Category Archives: Favorite Food

Mixed veggies and shrimp with coconut milk

Looks yummy right? This is my fams current favorite veggie and seafood meal. This is so easy to prepare except for the part when you have to peel the squash. Good thing hubby is here to do the peeling part. 😀

Ingredients:

Shrimp
Cubed squash
String beans cut into two inches long
3 pieces green chili (siling haba)
Malunggay leaves (moringa)
Coconut milk
Garlic
Onion
Salt
Pepper
Oil

Procedure:

Saute garlic and onion in a small amount of oil.
Add in cubed squash.
Once the squash starts to soften add in shrimp. Saute.
When the shrimp turn a bit orange add in the coconut milk. Simmer.
Add in the string beans. Simmer.
Add in malunggay leaves and siling haba.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Simmer for a few more minutes before you turn the heat off.

Best served with freshly cooked rice. Enjoy.

Simple Graham Mango Float

I think someone will replace this momma in the kitchen. My daughter is beginning to take an interest in prepping some dessert for the foodie family.

She was able to do this graham cake twice. Too bad, this is the only good photo that we have.

Ingredients:

Two packs of graham crackers
1/2 can condensed milk
2 packs All-purpose cream
3 ripe mangoes

Procedure:

Mix the condensed milk and all-purpose cream in a bowl.
Place a layer of graham cracker in a plastic or glass container.
Add a generous amount of condensed milk and cream mixture on top of the graham crackers.
Add sliced mangoes
Place another layer until you achieve the desired height or layer.

Best served chilled.

Craving for Sinaing na Tulingan

It’s been ages since I last cooked sinaing na tulingan for the family. And now that I thought about it, I’m planning to cook this before the week ends. Pray that I will find fresh tulingan in the market since I wake up late. I remember I post a simple recipe here.

Sinaing na tulingan is so easy to cook. All you have to do is boil the fish with a handful of kamias, chopped onion, salt and add a moderate amount of water. Boil the fish for 20 minutes or more. Elders prefer to cook this in palayok (earthenware) to achieve the stage where the fish sauce (patis) naturally comes out of the cooked tulingan. You can store this for a few days.