Sunday, January 14, 2018

Pork giniling with pineapple tidbits


I'm getting the hang of this.

Hot pan, medium heat. Put 250g pork giniling and some water (to prevent it from releasing oil). Break up the meat. Pour in 115g Hunts tomato sauce, 1 cup of water, 2 Tbsps soy sauce, and 115g Dole pineapple tidbits*.

(*Drain the pineapple juice into a glass and add lots of ice for a refreshing drink!)

Mix well. Turn heat on high. When it boils, turn it down to medium again. Mix and then, simmer for ~15 minutes or until pork is just cooked (add a bit more water if it needs to cook longer) Add 155g green peas. Mix. Simmer for 5 minutes.

Taste. Add more soy sauce if needed. Mix and boil ~5 minutes. Done!

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Tweaking my giniling recipe

I like this one. Not very oily anymore. I think it's getting easier to make.

*1/2 kilo pork giniling
(Medium heat. Break giniling up in the pan with a *pinch of salt)
(But before it browns and "oils out", add as much *water to cover the meat)
*115g Hunts tomato sauce
(Stir. *1 Tbsp Datu Puti soy sauce. Stir. Boil ~10 minutes)
*6 potato marbles, quartered
(Add more water to keep everything submerged. Stir. Boil ~8 minutes)
*Handful of california raisins
*Small can green peas
(Stir. Add more water needed to cook potatoes. Turn heat on high. Boil ~5 minutes or until potatoes are just right, not mushy.)
(Taste. Add 1 Tbsp soy sauce or more if needed. Stir. Boil on high ~3 minutes.)
(Taste. It should be done as pictured above.)


Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Caldereta, Longsilog

I take pictures of my food but forget to post.

I cooked the pork caldereta above. Liver spread does make it caldereta!

I discovered HDR on my android's camera.

Just finished the longsilog above. Sarap.

It just started getting cold here, finally. Up until two days ago, it was sweltering.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Ikea Myskgras Comforter

Myskgras Comforter by Ikea

Hope it can save my ass from pressure sores...

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

Cooking party pork with pork and beans


1/2 kilo pork kasim (cut into ~1.5" pieces)
1 can Hunt's Pork & Beans (230 g)
1 medium potato (peeled and cut into 12 cubes)

Put pork in deep pan. Add enough water so the meat is really submerged. Cover and boil on high heat for 10 minutes.

Add pork and beans, and a teaspoon of rock salt. Stir. Leave uncovered and boil on high for ~10 minutes.

Pork should be tender at this point. Add potatoes. Still uncovered, boil for 5 minutes on high.

Turn heat down to medium. Stir, making sure to scrape the bottom. Continue to boil uncovered on medium for ~10 minutes until the sauce thickens. Stir and scrape the bottom occasionally.

Check if potatoes are soft with a fork. If yes, it's done!
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