Thursday, May 10, 2012

Buffalo Wings

Yesterday morning, I accidentally cooked an extra spicy Buffalo wings. I love how it turned out, and enjoyed every bits and pieces of it. I do love spicy foods, but the combination of sweet and spice really gives me a very happy tummy. This is best eaten with lots of rice, but since I am on a D-I-E-T, I abstained myself from eating rice and replaced it with plantains instead. H2b also said that this would serve as good pulutan. :D Too bad he wasn’t able to eat that much, since he’s not feeling well due to sore throat. Get well soon babe!

What you need to do
8 pieces chicken wings
½ teaspoon of cayenne pepper
½ teaspoon of dried rosemary (optional)
½ teaspoon iodized salt
1/8 hot sauce (I used Jufran) ☻
½ cup of flour
2 tablespoons of water
¼ cup of white sugar (if you find the dish too spicy, you can add more sugar)
Toasted sesame seeds
Canola cooking oil for deep frying

What you need to do
♥ Mix the cayenne, rosemary, salt and flour.
♥ Cover the chicken with the mixture.
♥ Deep fry until golden brown. Set aside.
♥ Make the sauce.
♥ On a saucepan, mix the water, sugar and hot sauce. Stir until the sauce gets thicker.
♥ Put the chicken on the sauce, and make sure chickens are evenly coated.
♥ Top with sesame seeds.
♥ Serve with love and happy eating! 

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Kipps Fried Chicken ♥

I’ve been eating this chicken for more than a decade, and I can truly say that this is my favorite chicken of all time. The ever famous chicken joy of Jollibee can never replace my love for their chicken. There’s really something about their chicken, which makes me drool every time I think about it. How about you? Have you tried their chickens yet? It may not be as famous as KFC and as sumptuous as the chickens in Bon Chon, but their seasoning and crispiness is 100% A-Ok! ♥

Crunchy Fish Fingers

Along with the creamy spaghetti I cooked the other day, I also tried making crispy fish fingers. It was actually the first time I tried this recipe, and the first time I used Creamy Dory as the main ingredient- and the end result is really fabulous! (According to my hubby to be!) haha

What you need: 
2 pieces creamy dory
1/2 teaspoon spanish paprika
1/2 teaspoon salt 
1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
1 egg lightly beaten
1 cup of flour
1 cup of Japanese bread crumbs

What you need to do: 
♥ Cut the creamy dory to 1/2 inch
♥ On a bowl, mix the paprika, salt and pepper. Then sprinkle it with creamy dory. 
♥ Dredge to flour. Dip to the egg, then cover it with bread crumbs. 
♥ Deep fry until cooked.
♥Serve with love and happy eating! 

Creamy Spaghetti

It was my birthday the other day, so I prepared something special for my family. Something that I was able to cook perfectly already. Hehe. – my ever delicious creamy spaghetti! I can even cook this with my eyes closed. LOL

So let me share the secrets of this flavorful pasta 

½ kilo noodles
1 can of tuna
1 small can of mushrooms
1 pack of nestle cream
1 pack of grated Eden cheese
1 onion, minced
2 table spoons of melted cheese (you can use cheese whiz) ; but on this recipe, I tried using the new Delmonte Cheese sauce
1 pack of Sweet Style spaghetti sauce

What you need to do
Cook the noodles as per instructions.
♥ Sautee the onions. Add the tuna. Cook for 2 minutes
♥ Put the spaghetti sauce and nestle cream. Let it simmer for another 3 minutes.
♥ Add the grated and melted cheese, then the mushrooms.  Simmer for 1 more minute.
♥ Pour the sauce to the cooked noodles.
♥ Serve with love and enjoy! 

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Fried Rice

My mom really loves the way how I cook fried rice, so during my rest days, she always asks me to cook this breakfast, so she gets to eat it. Little did she know that I use an ingredient that she asked me not to use anymore due to health conditions. I have been an avid fan of this seasoning and I love putting it on top of my hot rice. as in I always use it TOO much.  ♥ hehe. 

Here's my own version of Fried Rice. This recipe is good for 3 cups of rice

What you need:
1 day old rice 
2 table spoons of green peas
1/2 teaspoon of canola cooking oil
1 tablespoon of garlic salt
2 tablespoons of Knorr Liquid Season - my fave of all! 

What you need to do: 

♥ Heat the cooking oil. Put the rice then the garlic salt.  Cook the rice until it "pops". You would hear a popping sound once it's already good to go, but the rice do not literally pops in the air. hehe. 

♥ Add the knorr then the green peas. 

♥ Serve with love and happy eating! 

Hello kitty Filled Biscuits ☻

I’ve been pretty stressed lately because of the minor snitches and hags we’re going through. But thanks to Geraldine, for cheering up my mood and for giving me this strawberry filled biscuits. I am not tempted to eat this, and I just want to keep it! I don’t want to eat her (yes her!) because she’s my all-time favorite cartoon character!  She even played a major role during our pre-nuptial pictorial. ☻

Crunchy Chicken with Sauce

What you need:
2 chicken breasts, pounded
¼ cup Kikkoman
1 teaspoon of salt
1 cup sifted flour
Dash of ground black pepper
4 tablespoons of sesame seeds
Canola cooking oil for deep frying
For the sauce:
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
1 knob of ginger, thinly sliced
1 ¼ cup of water
1 table spoon of cornstarch
¼ cup of Kikkoman
2 tablespoon of hoisin sauce 

What you need to do: 
♥ Mix the soysauce, salt, pepper and sesame seeds. 
♥  Marinate the chicken into the soysauce mixture for 30 minutes. 
♥ Coat the chicken with flour. 
♥ Deep fry. Slice into "chicken tonkatsu cut" 
♥ Set aside. 

Make the sauce. 
♥ On a sauce pan, pour 1 cup of water. Put the ginger and garlic. Let it simmer for 5 minutes.
♥ Pour the remaining water, the add the soysauce, hoisin, cornstarch. Continue stirring until the sauce gets thick. 
♥ Serve the sauce on the side. 

♥ Serve with love and happy eating! 

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Mini Beef Balls

Hello May! I am excited for this month because I'll be celebrating two special occasions. My birthday and wedding day!!! I just can’t explain how excited I am, and can’t stop thinking about it.  To be honest, I am really not that giddy bout my birthday, because I have my own wedding countdown.

And since I have been very busy with wedding preps, this blog has been sitting for a few days already. Well, if you’ve been reading this blog or following it, you would notice that I update it regularly. Hehe.

Let me share this recipe that I have cooked last week

½ kilo ground beef
½ teaspoon ginger powder
½ teaspoon onion powder
½ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon ground pepper
Canola Cooking oil for deep frying
Bottled sweet and sour sauce

♥ Mix all the ingredients (except the oil and sweet and sour sauce)
♥ Form into small balls.
♥ Deep fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towels
♥ Top with sweet and sour sauce.
♥ Serve with love and happy eating!