Went to Asian market with my Filipina friend the other day and we bought lots of stuff. Of course, one of those things on the lists is the noodles. My taste bud is craving for Filipino food again. So today, I cooked vermicelli noodles or what we called "sotanghon" with shrimp and chicken. Soo yummy! It is also best if served with rice ;).
Thursday, November 18, 2010
I made more stir-fried eggplant. But this time, I didn't boiled the eggplant and I also used thinly sliced beef and marinated with soy sauce and lemon for an hour. Usually when I cooked, I don't really measure everything. I just do it the way I taste it and my preferences. First, saute the garlic and onion. Then add the marinated beef. Let it set for 15 minutes until it cooked then put the eggplant and carrots. Season it with soy sauce and pepper. Let it stand for another 10 minutes or until the eggplant is cooked. It is best when served with rice. It is really simple and easy.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Its been a long day for both of us today. Hubby and I helped one of our friend to clean his new apartment since he is going to move next month. It is really not easy to move since we already done it trice now (lol). From loading, unloading, cleaning and arranging stuff.
Anyway, after hours of helping. We went to Hometown buffet Restaurant for our treat. For only $9.99 per person. It is all worth it since you can eat everything whatever you wanna eat. Yum! I got every variety of foods since i love to try everything (lol).
|My 1st plate|
|My 2nd plate|
|Hubby's 1st plate|
Hubby got mashed potato, roasted chicken, beef steak, chicken and dumpling and a chicken alfredo. Actually, Hubby got two plates as well but I forgot to take a picture for the other one.
|My dessert plate|
|Hubby's dessert plate|
Thursday, November 11, 2010
They are so many simple ways of cooking an eggplant. I used to cook eggplant alot when I was in the Philippines. My parents grew certain vegetables in our garden including eggplant. During harvest time, the quickest way is to fry them and dip with soy sauce.
Today, I cooked eggplant in another way and style. A boiled eggplant sauteed with garlic, onion, tomato, little bit of carrots and jalapeno. Instead of pork, I fried tuna fish and cut it into small pieces and seasoned it with soy sauce and pepper. I really miss this kind of food and so glad i got a chance to prepare it. Yum!