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#1 by ptcseeker » Wed Jan 18, 2012 22:54

Mga kababayan, baka meron kayong alam o na itatagong mga recipe galing sa mga ninuno ninyo. Share nyo naman para ma try din namin.

Favorite ko talaga bicol express kaya ito ang version na alam ko. :D :thumbup:



Bicol Express Ingredients:
1/4 kilo pork, thinly sliced
1 cup Baguio beans
3 cups long chili or jalapeno peppers
1 onion, minced
1 head of garlic, minced
1 cup coconut milk
1 cup coconut cream
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
Salt to taste


Bicol Express Cooking Instructions:
In a bowl of water with salt, soak chili peppers for 30 minutes then rinse and strain.
In a cooking pan, heat cooking oil and brown sliced pork for a few minutes.
In another pan, sauté minced garlic and onion.
Add to the sauté the browned pork.
Then add the coconut milk, bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add the chili peppers, Baguio beans and cook until dish gets a little dry.
Add the coconut cream and simmer until the sauce thickens.
Salt to taste.
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#2 by rheydickson » Thu Jan 19, 2012 00:53

Nakatikim narin ako nyan dati dala kaibigan namin galing bicol.. Sarap at ma-anghang.. :D

Meron kami kaso di ko alam paano lutuin at ano tawag sa tagalog.. Nag-search ako sa google wala naman.. Tawag sa amin Caldeo.. Piritong isda na may sabaw.. Sarap din.. :mrgreen:
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#3 by oberder » Thu Jan 19, 2012 08:53

:shock: Copy-paste ko nga eto! ( *ehem* muntik tumulo ang laway ko sa pic, boss ptcseeker )
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#4 by ptcseeker » Thu Jan 19, 2012 09:59

@rheydickson Caldeo? di ako familiar don sa pangalan pero don sa pritong isda na may sabaw nakatikim na ako tapos may kasamang itlog na iniscramble muna bago ilagay sa sabaw. :thumbup:

@oberder sarap nga niyan. Kagutom talaga mga putahe lalo na mga luto sa bicol.

Laing the best din pero wala akong idea paano ito gawin. Pag daw kasi di maayos pag kakaluto nong dahon makati daw sa dila. :D
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#5 by oberder » Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:21

ptcseeker wrote: @rheydickson Caldeo? di ako familiar don sa pangalan pero don sa pritong isda na may sabaw nakatikim na ako tapos may kasamang itlog na iniscramble muna bago ilagay sa sabaw. :thumbup:

@oberder sarap nga niyan. Kagutom talaga mga putahe lalo na mga luto sa bicol.

Laing the best din pero wala akong idea paano ito gawin. Pag daw kasi di maayos pag kakaluto nong dahon makati daw sa dila. :D

Kailangan maraming gata para makaluto ng laing, at sapat na oras ( low flame, base sa alam ko sa mga kainan malapit sa amin )

Na-try ko minsan... :( di maganda ang kinalabasan ( *maraming tubig yata ang nainom ko nuong araw na yun* )
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#6 by Sharath412 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:31

ptcseeker wrote: Mga kababayan, baka meron kayong alam o na itatagong mga recipe galing sa mga ninuno ninyo. Share nyo naman para ma try din namin.

Favorite ko talaga bicol express kaya ito ang version na alam ko. :D :thumbup:



Bicol Express Ingredients:
1/4 kilo pork, thinly sliced
1 cup Baguio beans
3 cups long chili or jalapeno peppers
1 onion, minced
1 head of garlic, minced
1 cup coconut milk
1 cup coconut cream
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
Salt to taste


Bicol Express Cooking Instructions:
In a bowl of water with salt, soak chili peppers for 30 minutes then rinse and strain.
In a cooking pan, heat cooking oil and brown sliced pork for a few minutes.
In another pan, sauté minced garlic and onion.
Add to the sauté the browned pork.
Then add the coconut milk, bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add the chili peppers, Baguio beans and cook until dish gets a little dry.
Add the coconut cream and simmer until the sauce thickens.
Salt to taste.
:thumbup:

Looks Delicious:)
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#7 by fr3381rdme4819 » Fri Jan 20, 2012 06:51

Sinu maalam gumawa ng kimchi..pa share naman kung paano... nakatikim kc ako sa malaysia,,home made . kc ang boss ko duon koreano...meron naman nabibili d2 sa atin kaya lang iba ang lasa,,masyado maasim saka sobrang anghang... :D
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#8 by yolrac » Fri Jan 20, 2012 07:04

ptcseeker wrote: Mga kababayan, baka meron kayong alam o na itatagong mga recipe galing sa mga ninuno ninyo. Share nyo naman para ma try din namin.

Favorite ko talaga bicol express kaya ito ang version na alam ko. :D :thumbup:



Bicol Express Ingredients:
1/4 kilo pork, thinly sliced
1 cup Baguio beans
3 cups long chili or jalapeno peppers
1 onion, minced
1 head of garlic, minced
1 cup coconut milk
1 cup coconut cream
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
Salt to taste


Bicol Express Cooking Instructions:
In a bowl of water with salt, soak chili peppers for 30 minutes then rinse and strain.
In a cooking pan, heat cooking oil and brown sliced pork for a few minutes.
In another pan, sauté minced garlic and onion.
Add to the sauté the browned pork.
Then add the coconut milk, bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes.
Add the chili peppers, Baguio beans and cook until dish gets a little dry.
Add the coconut cream and simmer until the sauce thickens.
Salt to taste.
:thumbup:


kakagutom naman yan sarap kumain ^^ :clap: :clixsense:
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#9 by ptcseeker » Fri Jan 20, 2012 07:11

Pang korean itong kimchi. Pero ito idea ko dyan.

Ingredients

2 large Chinese Cabbages
230g rock salt
Water

Kimchi Sauce:
10 tablespoon of fish sauce
10 tablespoon of red pepper powder
1 onion
4-5 cloves of garlic
1 oriental pear
1 tablespoon of salt
1/2 tablespoon of sugar
small touch of ginger
4 spring onion


-Start by Cutting the Chinese Cabbages in to chunks, and then soak in plenty of water and add about 180g of salt. Leave this to soak for about 4-5 hours.

-To create the sauce put all the ingredients in a blender except the spring onions, blend until quite fine, and slice the spring onions in to chunks and add to the mixture.

-Return the drained cabbage pieces to the tray and add the Kimchi sauce, mix by hand until it is all mixed together, Taste and it should be reasonably salty, add up to a further 50g of salt if required.

-Finally put the Kimchi in to some jars, leave in the fridge for a week, and it is ready to eat. The Kimchi will keep for at least 6-12 months probably longer.

Habang tumatagal umaasim siya ng kusa. Kaya siguro meron kang na titikman na sobrang asim may katagalan na yun ginawa. Pero ok pa naman siya sabi nga 6-12 mos. tagal niya. :)

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#10 by ptcseeker » Fri Jan 20, 2012 07:13

@oberder bakit naman di maganda ang kinalabasan? anong naging resulta ng laing na niluto mo? :shock:
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#11 by oberder » Fri Jan 20, 2012 08:47

ptcseeker wrote: @oberder bakit naman di maganda ang kinalabasan? anong naging resulta ng laing na niluto mo? :shock:

Naiwan ko ( :oops: nalimutan ko ) kaya natuyo ang gata -- then parang lasang nasunog na asukal ( minus ang tamis ), at medyo makati sa dulo ng dila after a few minutes

Kaya't bumibili na lang ako sa mga canteen o kainan na lang ( sumuko ako )

Ang laing na last kong kinain na nagustuhan ko ay sa Antipolo ( recommend ko rin ang BBQ duon malapit sa simbahan at paradahan ng tricycle ) ;)
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#12 by oberder » Fri Jan 20, 2012 09:02

ptcseeker wrote: Pang korean itong kimchi. Pero ito idea ko dyan.

Ingredients

2 large Chinese Cabbages
230g rock salt
Water

Kimchi Sauce:
10 tablespoon of fish sauce
10 tablespoon of red pepper powder
1 onion
4-5 cloves of garlic
1 oriental pear
1 tablespoon of salt
1/2 tablespoon of sugar
small touch of ginger
4 spring onion


-Start by Cutting the Chinese Cabbages in to chunks, and then soak in plenty of water and add about 180g of salt. Leave this to soak for about 4-5 hours.

-To create the sauce put all the ingredients in a blender except the spring onions, blend until quite fine, and slice the spring onions in to chunks and add to the mixture.

-Return the drained cabbage pieces to the tray and add the Kimchi sauce, mix by hand until it is all mixed together, Taste and it should be reasonably salty, add up to a further 50g of salt if required.

-Finally put the Kimchi in to some jars, leave in the fridge for a week, and it is ready to eat. The Kimchi will keep for at least 6-12 months probably longer.

Habang tumatagal umaasim siya ng kusa. Kaya siguro meron kang na titikman na sobrang asim may katagalan na yun ginawa. Pero ok pa naman siya sabi nga 6-12 mos. tagal niya. :)


:?: Parang buro ang dating ( sa alam ko, mangga kadalasan ang binuburo ); yung 'red pepper powder' -- cayanne o paprika yata yun, boss ptcseeker
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#13 by treasurechest » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:08

ptcseeker wrote:
1 cup coconut cream

may available po ba nito sa grocery na nakapack na? di nmn pwede ung all-purpose cream no? tia!
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#14 by oberder » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:19

treasurechest wrote:
ptcseeker wrote:
1 cup coconut cream

may available po ba nito sa grocery na nakapack na? di nmn pwede ung all-purpose cream no? tia!

Wa pa akong nakakita na nakapack na gata ( SM Hypermart or Puregold wala -- di sigurado kung sa Rustans meron ) -- kaya't, so far ang best ay yung sa palengke talaga

Iba ang lasa pag All-purpose cream ang gagamitin ( :D kailangan talaga gata )
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#15 by treasurechest » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:35

diba ung gata un ung nkalagay s ingredient nya s taas n "coconut milk"? iba nmn cguro yang tinutukoy nya n "coconut cream" s ingredient nya. di nmn cguro gata yan.
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#16 by oberder » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:54

treasurechest wrote: diba ung gata un ung nkalagay s ingredient nya s taas n "coconut milk"? iba nmn cguro yang tinutukoy nya n "coconut cream" s ingredient nya. di nmn cguro gata yan.

( *scratches head* ) Di ko alam kung pwede eto; may nakita akong Youtube video na pwede i-base -- pero since bawal mag-post ng link, eto ang Search Engine Keywords:

Search Engine Keywords: Youtube video, Bicol express, easypinoyfood, nov 26, 2008

Base sa video, iisa lang ang coconut milk at coconut cream ;)
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#17 by ptcseeker » Fri Jan 20, 2012 16:38

Gata or coconut milk iisa po siya. Meron akong nakitang in can na gata. Pero mas iba pa rin yung gata na kakapiga pa lang. Hindi all purpose cream. Iba yon sa gata. Talagang gata ang kailangan dito sa bicol express.

tungkol naman sa kimchi--- tama ka oberder paprika nga yon. :thumbup:
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#18 by olbizz » Sat Jan 21, 2012 02:20

Ginataang Hipon with Tulingan

Galing to sa blog ko kaya wag na picture baka sabihin nagpopromote lang ako...

* 1 kilo of native shrimp (with large and long claws)
* 1 whole tulingan, chopped horizontally
* 2 pieces of eggplant, chopped
* 3 pieces of siling panigang (green peppers)
* 1 cup water
* 1 cup coconut milk
* 2 pieces of ginger (thumb size)
* garlic, minced
* onion, chopped
* salt and pepper

Procedure:

1. 1. Saute garlic, onion and ginger.
2. 2. Add the coconut milk, water and put into boil.
3. 3. Add the egg plant and green pepper and put into boil or until the eggplant is already cooked.
4. 4. Add the shrimp and put into boil.
5. 5. Add the tulingan and boil.
6. 7. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Aside from tulingan you can also use tilapia, matambaka and many more. You can also add leafy vegetable to add more flavors. My mom also said that you can add vinegar to give sour kicks in the dish.
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#19 by oberder » Sat Jan 21, 2012 02:27

( *binabasa ang recipe ni Boss olbizz* ) Tumutulo na naman ang laway ko, Boss! Angsarap yan, lalo't kung bagong saing at naka-serve sa dahon ng saging -- then kamay ang gagamitin :thumbup:
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#20 by ptcseeker » Sat Jan 21, 2012 23:12

Wala pang picture yan ha natulo na rin laway ko. Bagsik ng imagination ko. :lol:
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