Showing posts with label Single serving recipe/rice toppings. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Single serving recipe/rice toppings. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Paano Gawin Ang Bangsilog

Bangsilog is another Filipino combo meal composed of Bangus ( milkfish)  Sinangag(Fried Rice) and Itlog ( Egg).
This is easy to prepare just clean the milkfish, add salt, lime or calamansi juice then fry until golden brown.
Fry the egg, then set aside.
For the fried rice, just saute the garlic then add a cup of rice and stir properly until done.

Arrange the fried milkfish, fried egg and fried rice in a platter and serve with a smile :-).
Bangus = BANG
Sinangag= SI
Itlog=LOG --------->BANGSILOG

Kung may balak kang magtinda ng mga SILOG (tapsilog, longsilog, etc) isama mo na ito sa menu mo o ihain mo sa pamilya mo para masaya :-).

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Paano Gawin Ang Dangsilog

Maghugas na ng kamay dahil kakain na tayo ng dangsilog. Ang dangsilog ay isa sa mga breakfast combination nating mga Pinoy na binubuo ng danggit, itlog at sinangag, kaya tinawag na dangsilog. Isa ito sa mga mabiling paninda sa mga kainan na nagtitinda ng almusal.

DANG mula sa salitang danggit.
SI mula sa salitang sinangag.
LOG mula sa salitang itlog, combine it together equals DangSiLog.

Madali lang ang paghanda nito mga kababayan, isasangag mo lang ang kanin, magprito ng itlog at danggit, i-assemble sa plato at pwede ng ihain sa mga mahal mo sa buhay.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014


My common breakfast during my college days because it is very easy to prepare and ingredients are always available at a nearby "sari-sari store" :-).

To prepare tuysilog we need the  following:
oil for frying
 tuyo (dried fish)
1 cup cooked rice, if leftover rice is available the better. (mashed)

Crushed 1 clove of garlic then saute until brown, add the cooked rice and stir until done. Set aside.
Fry the egg and the dried fish, set aside.
Arrange in a serving plate the dried fish, fried rice and egg then serve and enjoy.

Tuyo---------> TUY
Sinangag----> SI

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Roasted Cream Dory

Prepared carefully with love and cooked simply but still yummy.

Ingredients for 1 serving:
1 serving slice of cream dory
1/2 teaspoon lemon or calamansi juice
1/2 teaspoon olive oil
salt and pepper to taste

1. Pre-heat the oven for 10 minutes at 180C then roast the fish for 15 minutes  or until done according to your taste. Then remove and sprinkle with olive oil. Extra virgin olive oil is better.
2. Serve it  on a bed of green salad and garnish it . Happy eating.

Thursday, August 14, 2014


I woke up late that's why I served my guest a very quick to prepare Filipino breakfast composed of bacon, fried rice  (sinangag)and egg (itlog)or simply known as "bacsilog".

Simply fry the egg and bacon then toss some leftover rice in the pan, season with salt and pepper then stir until done, prepare everything in a platter and eat like a VIP :-).

Thursday, July 10, 2014


One of the popular breakfast combo in the Philippines among "silogs" is this one, "TOSILOG" composed of
Tocino=TO - this is a sweet cured meat, it can be beef, pork or chicken.
Sinangag=SI- Filipino term for Fried Rice
Itlog= LOG - Filipino term for egg

My nephews and nieces love this combo, once in a while I cook it for them.
This is very easy to prepare, just cook the tocino and set aside.
Make fried rice and fried some eggs then arrange everything in a platter and serve.

Sunday, July 6, 2014


I prepared cornsilog today because my nephews requested for it, they said, what is "cornsilog"? Is it made with corn? I said "No, it's a meal composed of corned beef, fried rice and fried egg, in Tagalog fried rice is "sinangag" and egg is "itlog" so instead of naming it one by one they shortened it to "cornsilog". They replied with "ahhhhhhh" :-).
I prepared this by frying the eggs, then I sauteed one can of corned beef and added some onion. After I cooked the corned beef I transferred it into a bowl and put some rice in the pan where I cooked the corned beef for a savory fried rice.
Then I arranged everything in a platter and serve it with love.
My nephews where happy  and satisfied.

Sunday, June 1, 2014


I have leftover adobo that's why I made  adosilog for breakfast which we all enjoyed with coffee and a good chat.
Adosilog is a combination of adobo, frid rice and fried egg.
(Frid Rice) Sinangag--->si
(Fried egg) Itlog--->log =Adosilog
Just assemble all the items in a serving plate then serve.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Masilog is one of the breakfast combo in the Philippines which is consist of Ma Ling  (Chinese brand luncheon meat), Sinangag ( Fried Rice) and Itlog ( Egg)

Maling- MA
Sinangag- SI

Just prepare all the necessary stuffs ( Maling, Sinangag and egg) then assemble in a serving plate then serve.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Ginataang Alimango ( Single Serving)

Alone and craving for crab. I was  too shy to tell the vendor that I only want 1 crab :D, but at last I was able to opened my mouth and yes! The vendor allowed mo to have just 1 crab. Thank you! I said to him smiling :-) .
If you want to cook or few persons, just adjust the recipe.

1 crab ( cleaned )
1 tablespoon ginger strips
1/2 onion
1 cup pure coconut milk
some spring onion
salt to taste

1. In a pan put the crab, onion, ginger and salt then cover over medium heat, once the crab turned reddish, add the coconut milk and simmer until cooked.
2. Add the spring onion then serve it hot.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Single Serving Chocolate Cake

I deserve this once in a while, I think :D - Big smile here :D .

Ingredients for 1 serving:
2 tablespoons flour
1 1/2 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 egg
1//4 teaspoon  baking powder
2 tablespoons milk
1 tablespoon oil

1. Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and cocoa powder in the mug.
2.In a bowl, mix together the egg, milk and oil.
3.Combine procedure # 1 & 2 then mix well, microwave for 2 minutes or bake at preaheated oven for 5 minutes or until done at 180C.
4. Serve with cocoa powder on top or chocolate syrup.

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Scrambled Egg Sandwich

Tonight is a survival night for me, do you know why? Because it's  raining, therefore the stores were closed now, and I do not have a lighter or anything I could use to on the stove, after almost 20 minutes of searching something to light the stove I gave up, then I turned on the oven to 200C, beat an egg, grease the baking pan, poured in the beaten egg, sprinkled it with salt and pepper, then put in the oven after 2 minutes it's cooked, I sliced a burger bun and heat it in the oven too after a minute or two I removed it and assembled my sandwich with some  cream cottage cheese, lettuce and apple slices, presto! I survived! I enjoyed my sandwich, yummy!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013


"Tapsilog is the term used when tapa, garlic-fried rice (sinangag), and fried egg (itlog) are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during breakfast." This is one of the silogs that I like and here is how to serve it. All we need are the tapa, fried rice and fried egg then arrange it well in a platter.

Click here for the tapa recipe
  Click here for the fried rice

Fried Rice

I know everybody can fry an egg like this :-).
Fried Egg

After arranging in a platter serve it with a smile :-). I will eat now. Who wants to have some?

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Pinangat sa Kamatis

A tangy taste fish dish loaded with tomatoes, making the fish more flavorful.

1 serving slice fish ( any fish that you like)
2 big tomatoes ( sliced)
1 tablespoon fish sauce ( patis)
1/2 teaspoon shredded ginger
salt and pepper to taste
spring onion

1. In a pot put all the ingredients then cover and cook over medium heat. When it is simmering reduce the heat to low and let simmer until the fish is cooked.
2. Serve it hot with rice and enjoy :-).

Friday, August 2, 2013

Fried Rice with Lechon Kawali

I prepared this food when I was hungry after my window shopping galore :-) There's leftover rice in the pot so crushed 2 cloves of garlic then saute it and then I squeezed a cup of leftover rice and add into the sauted garlic, stirred it until done and sprinkled with salt and pepper to taste. Put the rice in a platter, add some chopped lechon kawali and tomatoes, abra cadabra th meal is ready. Let's eat!

For the lechon kawali I used 150 grams pork belly.
 ( click here for lechon kawali recipe ).

Saturday, July 13, 2013


Silogs are breakfast combos in the Philippines and one of the popular silogs  is HOTSILOG which is composed of hotdog, fried rice and fried egg. HOT from hotdog, SI from sinangag a Filipino term for fried rice then LOG from itlog , a Filipino term for egg. This is very easy to prepare, by just cooking each item individually, then arrange in a platter then serve.

For Fried Rice
In a pan put 1 tablespoon oil then 2 cloves mince garlic then saute and add 1 cup of rice then stir until done and set aside.

For the hotdog, you can fry it or cook it the way I did, put a little water in the pan and a little butter then let boil and increase the heat until the liquid is gone then remove the hotdogs and set aside.

 For the egg, I poached it, or cooked it in the water. Click here poached egg

 After cooking everything arrange in a platter then serve hot and do not forget to smile :-)

Monday, April 8, 2013


with fried egg

Longsilog is a very popular breakfast menu in Philippines, it is a combination of sausage (longganisa) fried rice ( sinangag) fried egg ( itlog)

For the sausage ( Longganisa)
 In a pan put a little amount of water that is enough to cook the sausage, then put a little sugar, boil until cooked, then set aside.

 Fro the Fried Rice
Saute 2 cloves of garlic, then add 1 cup of rice, stir until done then set aside.

For the egg ( itlog)
Mostly eggs for this is fried but to avoid oil I poached it instead.
To poach an egg, just put water in a pan until it is boiling then put the egg stir the water and wait until the egg is cooked.

After all the cooking process for each item, arrange in a platter then serve.

Monday, April 1, 2013

Sauted Sardines Rice Topping

My craving for today and here it is :D Delicious sardines in tomato sauce

1 can sardines
1/2 onion
1 teaspoon oil
salt and pepper to taste

1cup cooked rice

1. Heat the oil and saute the onion.
2. Add the sardines and simmer for few minutes
3. Dash with salt and pepper to taste.
4. Turn off the heat, and top on the rice, enjoy eating!

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Bistek Rice toppings

Delicious and economical specially if you are living alone, try this popular Filipino beef dish.

3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon calamansi juice
150 grams beef ( tenderloin)
1 medium size onion ( cut into rings)
ground pepper
cooked rice

1. Marinate the beef with lime juice, soy sauce and ground pepper, after an hour remove from marinating sauce and set aside the sauce, because we will still use it in cooking.
2.Saute the onion  then remove some for toppings later, add the beef and simmer for 3 minutes then add the marinating sauce and simmer until cooked.
3. Prepare the rice in a bowl, then put the cooked bistek and top it with ringed onions and other garnishing vegetables of your choice for a healthier food, enjoy eating. :-)

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