Linguine Carbonara with Luncheon Meat + Garlic Bread + Coffee
Actually, i was planning to post Linguine Carbonara with Luncheon Meat and its recipe only. But when I took a picture of it, it was kinda bit boring. So I decided to put coffee and garlic bread since it complimented the carbonara. Granny suggested that it looks and tastes better with coffee especially for breakfast or snack. Again, I’M NOT A CHEF! I just love to cook!
If you want to know this recipes, just click the links below.
Here in the Philippines, they called it “Dalagang Bukid”. Actually it’s my twin sister’s recipe! Yummy!
Granny was craving for Sweet and Sour dish so we decided to have an experiment (food experiment). She asked me to go to the nearest market and buy 1 kilo of fish. When i was already there, i don’t know what to buy. Then, I found this fish! ohh..I thought it was cute! Again, I’ve been telling this to all my readers: I AM NOT A CHEF! Here’s my twin sister and I Sweet and Sour Yellowtail Fusilier recipe.
1/2 kilo of fresh yellowtail fusilier fish (washed and cut in half)
1 carrot (julienne cut)
1 red bell pepper (julienne cut)
1 onion (sliced)
1 can of pineapple chunks (small size)
garlic cloves (peeled and sliced)
1 pack Del Monte Sweet and Sour Mix (dissolved in 1/2 cup water)
cornstarch & vinegar (optional)
1. In a pan, saute onion and garlic.
2. Then, add 1/2 cup of Del Monte Sweet and Sour Mix (dissolved), carrots, red bell pepper. Boil until carrots were cooked.
3. Put the yellowtail fusilier fish together with all the ingredients. Put in low fire until the sauce thickens and the fish cooked. Make sure not to overcook the fish.
4. Put it in a plate. Add the pineapple chunks.