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If you have a unique recipe with a nice picture, and you want to share it with me.
You can email it to together with your picture ( if it's ok to publish your photo) if not, no need to include.

I accept recipes from different cuisines.

Happy Cooking! :-)

P.s If you have tried my recipes and you want to share the picture with me, you can send it also to this email


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  2. 2 lbs pork tenderloin
    1 tbs minced garlic
    1/2 cup orange juice
    2 tbs dark soy sauce
    1/4 cup rice wine
    5 chilli peppers
    2 tbs vinegar
    black pepper to taste
    2 tbs olive oil
    1/2 cup water
    combine all ingredient
    except the oil. boil on high for 10 minutes. reduce to medium till all the liquids decipitate. add the oil and fry till golden brown.serve hot.

  3. Ano po ang name ng recipe? pwede nyo pong email dito with the picture, kung gusto nyo pong maipost po dito sa blog.


    6 cloves garlic crushed and sliced
    1 medium onion sliced
    6 medium crabs
    2 pcs. Buko meat cut into strips or shredded
    1½ cups buko water
    10 pcs. Sitaw cut into 2 inches long strips
    1 can tomato sauce
    3 stalks green onions chopped

    1. Sauté garlic and onions. Add crabs, buko water and 1 tsp of salt. Simmer for 10 minutes. Remove crabs. Discard shell and gills. Cut into half. Flake meat from claws. If desired. Return to pot.
    2. Add sitaw and buko meat. Simmer for 5 minutes. Add
    tomato sauce. Simmer for another 10 minutes. Add green onions just before serving.

  5. Kung pwede po sana padalhan nyo ako ng picture kung naluto nyo na po then ipost ko po as your contribution po,

  6. sis nakaka gutom po lahat ng food na naipost mo dto sa blog mo.. at Salamat sa Dios may idea ako sa mga lulutuin.. :)

  7. I love nachos dipped in Guacamole, yes nachos and Guacamole pretty hard to resist.
    Guacamole is a vegetable spread or butter totally raw and fresh.
    This is very mexican but as filipino i love this so much. thank goodness its avocado season in the Philippines. Follow this simple recipe to enjoy your chips and guacamole.

    3 Medium Sized Avocados
    2 Large White Onions
    3 Large Red Tomatoes
    1 stalk of cilantro
    2 pieces of green chili
    2 pieces of red chili or jalapeño
    salt and ground black pepper to taste

    Simple Procedures:
    1. mince or cut the tomatoes and onions in tiny cubes.
    2. mince the cilantro about the size of the chopped tomatoes and onions.
    3. thinly slice both the green and red chili.
    4. In a large bowl mash the avocado into very fine texture. do not liquefy or osterize just mash the avocado. keep the avocado seeds in the mashed avocado to retain in green color or avoid turning its color green to ugly black.
    5. place all the rest of the minced ingredients in the bowl together with the avocado.
    6. Combine all the ingredients to evenly distribute them in the bowl, then season with salt and pepper to taste.
    7. Presto it is ready to serve with your favorite chips, nachos are preferable.

    Remove only the avocado seed if guacamole is ready to serve. Keep the avocado seed in tact with the mixture to avoid turning the avocado color from green to ugly black. The seed keeps the fresh green color if guacamole is chilled in the fridge before serving. Voila! Enjoy this healthy treat!

  8. cooking tips you can use mushroom powder organic for all your seasonings intead of msg not good for your health thanks

    and you can use eggplant for the meat less spaghetti chopped or dice

  9. Yesterday before heading to TG, I was thinking what food to bring. I ended up checking your blog site, and since I still have some chicken (thigh part) in the fridge I looked for a chicken recipe, then I decided to cook Chicken Caldereta. I just added cheese so that it will be more creamy. Thank you for sharing your recipes sis. Big help indeed. And just a heads up, it was my first time cooking such dish, but it didn't look like it was made by a first timer, they all loved it. LOL! Two thumbs up to your blog! More power! :)

  10. mas maganda po ang bagong interface ng site sis.
    I like it!!

  11. I agree. I love the new look of your blog sis Mely. Mas user friendly po sya. Mwah!

  12. Substitute for Kitchen Ingredients
    Don’t have these in your pantry? Here’s our solution to your problem. Substitute the ingredients that you need.
    1. Breadcrumbs = ground crackers, corn flakes, or oats
    2. Sour Cream = plain yogurt
    3. Red wine = grape juice, cranberry juice, beef stock, or tomato juice
    4. White wine = Apple juice, white grape juice, Apple cider, or chicken stock
    5. Buttermilk = 1 tablespoon white vinegar or lemon juice + milk to make 1 cup
    6. Cake flour = 7 parts all-purpose flour + 1 part cornstarch
    7. 1 tablespoon fresh herbs = 1/3 to 1/2 teaspoon dried herbs
    8. 1 clove garlic = 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
    9. 1 cup fresh milk = 1/2 cup evaporated milk + 1/2 cup water
    10. 1 cup self-raising flour = 1 cup minus 2 teaspoons all-purpose flour + 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder + 1/2 teaspoon salt
    11. 1 teaspoon lemon juice = 1/2 teaspoon vinegar
    12. 1/2 cup tomato paste = 1 cup tomato sauce cooked, uncovered, until reduced to 1/2 cup

    1. question for no.6: What do u mean 7 parts, is that 7 cups?

  13. I love browsing your blogs, to have some ideas for my family's lunch and dinner weekly, it helps me plan what to buy for grocery shoppings. Thank you po.

    From: Sis Lerma of Vancouver Canada

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  15. French Toast with Apple | Breakfast Ideas


    2 eggs, beaten
    6 fl oz low fat milk
    1 tsp cinnamon
    2 tbsp white sugar
    4 tbsp apple sauce
    6 slices bread


    Mix together the eggs, milk, cinnamon, sugar and apple sauce in a large bowl. Soak each slice of bread until thoroughly saturated. Then fry the slices of bread in a greased frying pan on both sides until starting to turn brown.

    Serve immediately with maple syrup and enjoy!

    recipe source: 100+ Healthy chicken recipe


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