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HOW TO PREVENT YOUR COOKED RICE FROM GETTING SPOILED EASILY

My husband and I are full blooded Filipinos and like manyFilipinos and Asians, rice is a staple food. Since there are only two of us in our household, that is as of today :-)I always find it difficult to cook anything just for 2 adults.  Our refrigerator are always packed with leftoversso I make it a …

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Chicken Rice Adobo

This week, we will be featuring the delicious Filipino Adobo.   Adobo is the quintessential Filipino comfort food.  As I have already mentioned in one of my posts on adobo – “where there is Filipino in any part of the world, there surely is adobo“.  Adobo is a tangy-salty, or salty-tangy-sweet, or salty-sweet dish depending on the …

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Salmon-Crabstick Futomaki

My husband and I decided to go raw and healthy for dinner last night.  So we had salmon-crab stick futomaki.  It was really delicious and though I had only 6 pieces of it and the rest are my husband’s plus of course the salmon sashimi, it was filling.  Both our tummies and palates are satisfied. Futomaki, by the …

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Green Tea Leaves & Steamed Rice

Do you want to make your rice more nutritious and richer in anti-oxidants?  Add green tea leaves! 🙂 It was an experiment because I have nothing much to do 🙂 there’s nothing fancy with the taste, which is good because I was hesitant to do this thinking that it will come out bitter and nasty. The taste is …

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Fried Rice with Mixed Veggies

Is it difficult to feed your child or husband with carrots and green peas?  YES.  My husband Frederick never touches the mixed vegetables (usually consist of diced carrots, green peas, green beans, etc.) that I serve specially if there are other food (meat or fish) infront of him .  So to “force feed” him with it, I tried to …

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Champorado

Here’s one of my husband’s favorite food for breakfast- champorado.  Champorado is a sweet chocolate rice porridge that has cocoa powder and glutinuous rice (malagkit) as main ingredients. Champorado  is usually served for breakfast and comes with tuyo (salted dried fish).  But I believe this tradition, champorado +  tuyo, is common among the Tagalog (please correct …

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