This is a photo-heavy post.
Onigiri from the supermarket. Didn't know what the filling was when we bought it. I picked this over the others just because orange appealed to me that time.
|The filling was tuna. Next time I'll try a different one.|
Beef picadillo (my mother-in-law's yummy recipe), 2 ways:
|as a soup|
|mixed with rice|
Italian chicken adobo (chicken adobo with tomatoes)
Quick lunch: pasta, canned tuna, carrots, mushrooms and parmesan
HLC sandwich (ham, lettuce and cheese)
Banana pancakes for breakfast. Just popped in some banana bits while the pancakes were cooking on the first side.
McDonald's Shaka Shaka Chicken
IKEA hotdogs with fried egg
|top is mine (I don't like my yolk runny); bottom is Ronjie's|
Homemade garlic bread with sausages
Fried chicken with Japanese mayo and blanched carrots & asparagus
Ampalaya with egg (based on this recipe from homecookingrocks.com, now casaveneracion.com, except I used ground pork instead of dried shrimps)
Mustard-tandoori chicken nuggets (recipe here - site is in French; use Google Translate)
|They were good! We used mayonnaise as a dipping sauce.|
Chinese dumplings and noodle soup. Bought some pork & cabbage dumplings from the Chinese grocery downtown. Boiled them then added them to a soup I made by with some garlic, onions and chicken chunks. Added some noodles which I had leftover from when I cooked almondigas.
|package of dumplings and the noodles I used (misua sana kaso wala akong mahanap dito)|
IKEA meatballs with fritessaus (which Ronjie brought home from McDonald's Amsterdam)
Stir-fried bean sprouts, spinach and enoki mushrooms
Chicken breast adobo with broccoli
Chicken, spring garlic and eryngii mushrooms stir-fry (recipe here, but I substituted gochujang for hot chili soy paste)
Ending this with some Garfield :D