Three Tasty, Easy Dishes to Cook in Your Brand New Kitchen

Posted by on Sep 21, 2014 in Chicken | 3 comments

Three Tasty, Easy Dishes to Cook in Your Brand New Kitchen

  Getting a brand new kitchen installed in your home is exciting. By just changing one room, you can give a new lease of life to your entire household and open up a whole new world of opportunities for you and your family to entertain and learn new cooking skills. But, after unpacking all of your plates, pots, pans, utensils, cloths and cleaning products into their new cupboards and drawers, you’ll have worked up an appetite and will probably want your first meal to be something that’s easy to make but which...

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Cordon Bleu

Posted by on May 1, 2011 in Chicken | 8 comments

Cordon Bleu

(Homemade Cordon Bleu) One of my kids favorite and mine as well is cordon bleu (French: blue ribbon). I used to cook this fried and often until I decided to cook healthier meals. For one, I use olive and oil and coconut oil, I bake than fry when possible. Perhaps chocolate cakes and cupcakes are the ones that I can’t really find an alternative to. Ingredients: 2 Boneless chicken breasts halves, skin removed 1 tbsp Butter, melted Salt pepper garlic powder lemon juice eggs flour breadcrumbs grated Parmigiano...

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Sizzling chicken

Posted by on Dec 10, 2010 in Chicken | 12 comments

Sizzling chicken

I’ve long wanted to buy a sizzling plate…I really miss those sizzling chicken, spare ribs  and sisig with lots of gravy, buttered veggies and mashed potato on the side. Yeap, calorie overload! I saw some at amazon but I still haven’t got the “lust” to click the buy button. 😀 Since they’d be shipped from the U.S., I am having second thoughts – the shipping may cost more than the article itself. I’m too lazy today…weather has gone down below 0° and I feel so...

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Orange Chicken

Posted by on Nov 18, 2010 in Chicken, food friday | 18 comments

Orange Chicken

You’ve probably had this from Chowking. I had. I tried it because this is their newest dish back when we were home. I have always enjoyed orange chicken. I thought this might be good since I think all Chowking dishes are good. 😉  I was rather disappointed to see a very small portion served before me. It didn’t help that the chicken pieces were tough. I was used to having them crunchy outside but juicy inside. I can’t even recall how it tastes. So here’s an ambitious attempt to mimic the...

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Pininyahang Manok (Pineappled Chicken)

Posted by on Apr 17, 2010 in Chicken, Lasang Pinoy | 7 comments

Pininyahang Manok (Pineappled Chicken)

— “There are no accidents,” says Uguay the tortoise in Kung Fu Panda…so it was as I was bloghopping yesterday, one mom featured Pininyahang Manok. I still have a whole chicken getting thawed so I thought Pininyahang Manok is the perfect dish for it. I searched online for a recipe and there were many versions. There are those who put evaporated milk instead of coconut milk. Some include tomatoes and lemongrass while others have carrots, potatoes and bell peppers as vegetable additions. I...

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