Showing posts from May, 2012

Pork and Broccoli Stirfry

Pork and Broccoli Stirfry. Whenever I am are running out of time but want a decent dish for a dinner stirfry food come in handy. In fact I have a lot of stirfry dishes in the archive to choose from should you are looking for a good stirfry for dinner . To add to the long list of stirfry food I would like to share this Pork and Broccoli Stirfry , it is the pork version of a similar popular stirfry dish using beef, Beef and Broccoli Stirfry and Beef and Broccoli With Oyster Sauce . Instead of using beef tenderloin I used pork loin, cooking is similar the meat are to be quickly marinated with some soy sauce and cornstarch. Here is the recipe of my Pork and Broccoli Stirfry . Ingredients: 1 medium size pork loin, thinly sliced into strips 1 large size, broccoli, cut into serving pieces, stem thinly sliced 1 medium size bell pepper, julienne 1 medium onion, coarsely chopped 1 thumb size ginger, peeled, cut into thin strips 2-3 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1/4 cup soy

Ginataang Manok na Tinola

Ginataang Manok na Tinola is my second version of ginataang manok tinola dish . The first version is called Chicken Halang Halang a very popular ginaataang version of chicken tinola in the Visayas and some part of Midanao . The truth is there is really no difference except that Chicken Halang Halang is supposed to be hot and spicy. Today’s Ginataang Manok na Tinola recipe uses sayote and spinach as a substitute to papaya and chili leaves. I have made spicy or hotter but again the quantity of chili can be reduced to suite ones tolerance to spicy food. Here is the recipe of my  Ginataang Manok na Tinola . Ingredients: 1 kilo chicken 3 thumb size ginger, cut into strips 1/2 head garlic, choped 1 medium size onion, chopped 2 medium size sayote, peeled, cut into wedges 1 small size bell paper, cut into wedges 1 bunch baby spinach 3-5 green long chili 2-3 red hot chili 1 big can canned coconut cream 2 tbsp. peppercorns 1/4 cup fish sauce salt

Bangus Bistek Tagalog

Bangus Bistek Tagalog . This is my second dish of Bistek Tagalog dish using bangus . On the first recipe I used bangus belly which turned out great obviously because it was loaded with fish fats, click the link to check the recipe of that Bangus Belly Bistek Tagalog . Now for my second recipe I used large bangus cut into slices, Yes whole bangus with head is available on this part of Australia where I am presently located. I was recently relocated in a town near Mackay . Mackay it is a small City where most of the residents work on the coal mines or businesses that somehow support the mining industry in the area. There’s significant number of Overseas Pinoy here compared to places I’ve been and I mean skilled Pinoys who work in the mines. Now I have to connect these facts to my Bangus Bistek Tagalog post. The City has a relatively sized Pinoy Asian store that support the Pinoy community , that's where the bangus used on today’s recipe was bought. Cooking my Bangus B