FOOD

A WALK at NASCHMARKT | PEPPERS & CHILI

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Not to wonder this recipe an Ilocanos flavor. The Ilocanos are known for being hardworking, appreciative and stingy. But not only that, with foodstuff and recipes too with strong , sharp flavors and vivid colors.

Peppers & Chili pinaksiw sa Bagoong

So I cooked this 1€ peppers and chili without much ado. Simply seasoned with fermented salted anchovy plus onion and ginger. We Ilocanos called it, „ Pinaksiw sa Bagoong“. Served with rice and sausage sometimes with fried fish or meat. I can’t wait for summer in which I could get all the green leafy vegetables I love. Such as camote tops (talbos ng kamote), water spinach (kangkong), Alugbati (vine spinach), saluyot (Jute leaves) and young bean stalks (talbos ng sitaw).

With Sausage

You need peppers and chili, onion 🧅 ginger, bagoong (fermented salted anchovy), some hot water, 2tbsps. vinegar and vegetable oil.

HOW TO…….

ABOUT, SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

PRESENT FROM MOTHER IN-LAW

I love Filipino green leafy vegetables. My mother in-law knows this. Either boiled for salad, cook with fish, meat and sea foods as well as side dish no problem for me. The reason why she send us these food stuff down here with dried fish (Dilis, pusit and Tuyo) namely, dried anchovy, dried sardines and dried squid so with dried jute leaves (Saluyot), dried horseradish (Malunggay) and dried bitter melon leaves (Ampalaya).

PASALUBONG
PASALUBONG

Through the kindness of hubby’s niece we got it. Thank you so much Inang! It is so wonderful to be rememebered by family way back home in so many ways like this. Family isn’t always blood. It is the people in your life who want in theirs, the one who accept you for who you are. The one who would do anything to see you smile and who love you no matter what!

BEEF MEAT, SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

MONDAY LUNCH FOR KIDS

Always fall on a lot of cool photos of delicious food and often lack the time to write about it. Now I’ll take it…

Beef Meat Soup

This was today’s soup for lunch, Beef Meat soup with soup greens; leek, carrot, parsley, celery, pepper corns and yellow turnip.

Dilis Sinangag, sliced bell peppers with onions and toyomansi plus cherry tomatoes!

And for lunch typical Pinoy… sinangag na dilis (fried anchovy), sliced yellow bell peppers with onions and Toyomansi (Soy sauce with Calamansi in bottle from the Philippines) plus cherry tomatoes and hot rice….whew!
Feeling na nasa Pilipinas kapag ganoto ang ulam sa pananghalian 😛

While I’m writing this entry here, thinking what to cook tonight for dinner for the whole family. Maybe something with Soya Chunks and lentils for viand and the rest og Baked Salmon with almondsnuts last Saturday from housewarming. We have to finish it and a little bit of pancit canton and frome my chop suey too.

I took a lot of photos from my home cooking but most of the time lately I don’t get to it to write on this Blog of mine. But trying to find time to give you an update in between!
I have a hard time believing anyone reads my blog – or that anyone is reading it … anyway from time to time you’re leavng some lines too, I thank you for that!