Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Pinoy style Lasagna

Last Sunday i made a pinoy style lasagna for my partner's birthday. Though this is not our first plan. We are planning just to cook spaghetti, shanghai, chicken and just stay at home, but i was thinking since we are just staying at home to celebrate her birthday, why instead of me cooking spaghetti, let me just cook lasagna for a change, since spaghetti is an ordinary dishes for birthdays.


Serve:  2-4 person
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 40 Minutes



What you need:
8pcs of lasagna pasta
3/4 kilo of ground beef
8pcs of hot dog, sliced diagonally
1 can of sliced mushroon
3 packs (180g) of tomato sauce
1 stack of celery minced
1 medium carrot minced
Slat and pepper to taste
Garlic and onion - chopped

White Sauce:
1/2 cup of butter
4cups of evaporated milk
3 tbsp of flour
180g of cheddar cheese - gratted

Toppings:
180g of cheddar cheese
Direction:
  • Cook lasagna pasta ( see direction on the box) set aside
  • On a medium heat pan add oil, saute garlic, onion and beef until fully cooked
  • Add all of the vegetables and saute for 5mins.
  • Add tomato sauce and salt and pepper and let it simmer for 3mins and set aside. ( you can add sugar as well depend on you)
  • On a medium heat non stick pan, add butter and let it melt a little, then add the flour and mix it, pour milk and the grated cheese. mix it well all together until everything mix up and cheese melted then set aside
  • On a baking pan spread a little butter on it then put the first layer of pasta, meat sauce, white sauce then pasta layer again until you come up to 4 layers and on top add grated cheese.
  • Put you lasagna and and let it cook for 350'F degrees for 30 - 40 mins and once done let it cool for 5mins and ready to serve.
That's all guys for now. I hope you like it.

Monday, July 18, 2011

My version of Bicol Express

I love eating bicol express because of i'ts milky and spicy taste. I thought it was a fail but it's not. Here is my own version of Bicol express.


Serve:  2-3 person
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes


What you need:


1/2 kilo pork sliced horizontally
1 cup pure coconut milk
5 pcs of siling pansigang (  New Mexico cayenne pepper)
2 tbsp of  Bagoong Alamang ( Shrimp paste )
1 tbsp of Chop garlic and onion



Direction:
  • In a medium heat pan with oil, saute pork with garlic and onion
  • Once pork is kinda golden brown, add the shrimp paste&  saute for a minute.
  • Then pour coconut oil and let it shimmer for 5 min and put the stove on a low heat.
  • Lastly add cayenne pepper and let it shimmer again until the coconut oil appears.
There you go , hope you like it guys especially those people who love spicy food.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Craving for pasta and nachos


It's a great news to hear that banchetto is back on business and now i am planning on visiting them by next week with my partner and will definitely going to look for my favorite food store. I haven't got there name but what i know is that they are the only store who sells this type of food for Php.100.

NACHOS, POTATOES AND SALAD


PASTA ARABIATTA, POTATOES AND NACHOS
I really miss this and for Php.100 it's really allot. If you will buy this in a resto it might cost you 200 - 300 pesos. See you soon Banchetto ( nakakaadik!)

Banchetto is back!!!!

Yes, banchetto is back in business and it's still in Ortigas. But it's far from the business center :( .They are now located in MEGATENT besides Renaissance condominium, and they are open every Friday and Saturday. But, i wonder if there new location will be a smashing hit again since it's so far from ortigas center where call center agents works. Will try to visit them next week.