Thursday, June 4, 2020

Kinamatisang Pasta - Sarap ng PATIS sa PASTA | Tipid, Quick and Easy Recipe : Trending Recipe 2020

Kinamatisang Pasta | Trending Recipe 2020: Tipid, Quick and Easy Ingredients:
- 1/2 kg minced pork 
- 3-4 pcs kamatis (tomatoes)
- 1 onion
- 5-6 cloves of garlic
- 1/4 cup vinegar
- 3 tbsp. soy sauce
- 3 tbsp. fish sauce or patis
- 1/2 kg. pasta (any kind)
WILL: Abbey and I quite fascinated on the different taste of Kinamatisan recipe for pork and we thought that it will be a good variation if we do that with pasta..
Well, we are not wrong. The sourness of vinegar plus the umami taste from soy sauce and patis (fish sauce) gives a “Filipino” taste to pasta. 
Pwedeng-pwede itong pang-negosyo sa Pinas. Pang-mirienda sa carinderia. Definitely worth a try itong Kinamatisang Pasta recipe.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Old Cucumber, Pork & Peanut Soup Easy Recipe

1/2 kilo pork shoulder or belly
1 medium sized old cucumber
1/4 cup peanut
3 tbsp fish sauce

WILL: I am always a huge fan of hot soups in Singapore. Since Singapore is a melting pot there are many varieties to choose from. Old cucumber soup is one of my favourite. 

When looking how to cook that meal, I am astonished for the ingredients. The dried squid and anchovies is quite pricey here in SG so for this stewed meal be on budget, we improvised. Instead of dried seafood we put on the umami taste of fish sauce. If there’s no old cucumber can be found (which we found that day) we can use carrot. And we can skip the dates too. 

What is the taste? I will always crave for this kind soup! It has a feast of flavours! Saltiness from fish sauce, sweetness from the old cucumber and dates, and the crunchy side brought by the peanuts! Take a spike of soy sauce with grated ginger or smashed chili! Oh my!! 

Please do they this at home and tag us on your social media. 

Please do standby for another set meal to be cooked at our Youtube channel! 


Thursday, May 7, 2020

Simple Pan-Fried Meat & Tofu Burger - Budget & Healthy Recipe

250g minced pork
1 large firm tofu
1 medium carrot (minced)
3 stalks green onion (chopped)
3 cloves garlic (minced)
3 eggs
All purpose flour
Salt and pepper
Sesame oil

Remove excess water from the tofu by squeezing it.
In a bowl, combine the pork, tofu, carrots, garlic, green onions and an egg. Mix them well and add salt and pepper to taste. Put a dash of sesame oil.
Mold into patties and cover them in flour.
Beat the two remaining eggs and dip the patties before frying them in low heat. We want to maintain the yellow color. Serve.

WILL: In this kind of situation, we need to think how to save as much as we can without the affecting the flavour of the food.

In this recipe, Abbey used tofu as extender to the patty. Well, what can we say? Tofu really does the magic. 

Dip it in to a ketchup and chili sauce, who wil say that almost 3/4 of the patty is made of tofu and not pork meat? Hehe. 

Enjoy your HOMEcation! Always take an extra care!