• Poultry,  Vegetables

    Chicken & Green Beans With White Wine Vinegar

    This is another chicken dish that’s easy to prepare. If you noticed, I’ve been posting a couple of chicken recipes here. I happen to join my friends on a no-rice diet and the chicken dishes are my best options to allow me to stick the diet without feeling deprived 🙂 I used green beans and white wine vinegar for this dish. It’s really simple, you’ll see.  

  • Poultry,  Vegetables

    Chicken & Water Spinach With Oyster Sauce

    I don’t remember exactly when I started to eat kangkong (water spinach or swamp cabbage) but I’ve learned to love it as life went on such that if you ask me now to name a green leafy vegetable, for sure, it is the first vegetable I’ll mention. I love it steamed, or in sinigang, or cooked adobo-style, or coated with some batter and made into crispy kangkong. But most definitely, I love kangkong in oyster sauce. In fact, I already posted a recipe for it about four months ago. They say that kangkong is a good source of lutein and pro-Vitamin A. Also, it has a significant amount of calcium…

  • Pork,  Vegetables

    How To Cook Guisadong Labanos

    *I originally posted this on March 4, 2010 in YadaYadaYada. I was craving for cold watermelon today… it’s so hot outside! Anyways, as our helper went to Robinson’s to buy watermelon, I was left at home to prepare dinner. I know most of you don’t like labanos or radish. I didn’t like it at first too. But you know, they say that as you get older mature, you begin to like food that you didn’t like before For those of you who like radish, this is a fairly simple dish you can try at home. Good thing my camera was downstairs, I was able to take pictures while I cooked.…

  • Vegetables

    Kangkong In Oyster Sauce

    I originally posted this on January 25, 2010 in YadaYadaYada. I’m so happy to have found this recipe in the Internet. It’s very much similar to the Kangkong in Oyster Sauce served in Trellis and husband likes it very much. This is so easy to make and no special training is required This brings life to our “fried” days (days when the only food we have at home is anything fried).

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