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Pinoy Omelet has been always a part of Filipino breakfast, it is usually paired with Beef Tapa, Tocino, Longganisa (Hamonado, Lucban, Skinless) or Tuyo (dried fish). In this recipe we will share with you the traditional Pinoy Omelet with added ingredients to make it more delicious and mouth watering.
The usual Pinoy Omelet is just egg, red onion and ripe tomatoes, but I’ll teach you how you can make it gourmet with a few added ingredients!
In cooking this dish we used our new Lock&Lock Hard&Light Marble Frying Pan that is newly-launched, this cookware is perfect for cooking small portions of food. This light-weight fry pan is made using Aluminum Board Hard Anodizing with High-grade, two-tone Dupont marble coating that is easy to clean and lasts long. The hard anodizing makes it sturdy and strong for lasting use. It is great for induction heater, but you can use it on a gas stove. The handle is rubber coated that can give an excellent grip. You can find this in Lock & Lock Boutique Stores (see below) and leading supermarkets nationwide or visit their Facebook page (fb.com/LocknLockPhilippines).
Another good thing in using this piece of cookware, you don’t need to use a cooking oil when you are frying.
Go grab your ingredients and utensils and let’s start cooking this Pinoy Omelet Recipe – gourmet style!
Pinoy Omelet Recipe by Filipino Recipes Portal:
Everyone loves a sweet treat! The Filipino Carioca Recipe is a good choice if you want to make a quick but tasty treat for the entire family.
Carioca is made of coconut and sweet rice dough (locally known in the market as “galapong”). It is quite easy to prepare and so it should be perfect for an afternoon snack.
Some foodies have said that it can be closely compared to beignets, its foreign fried dough counterpart.
The Carioca is rolled like a ball in the rice dough and then tossed and deep fried in a pan. It is then dipped in sweet coconut syrup to give it a distinct satisfying sweetness everyone has grown to love. After that, it is skewered to a bamboo stick.
Carioca can be a perfect idea for your family’s merienda or dessert. They are particularly popular among children, but many love the Carioca as well since it takes them on a trip down memory lane.
Also, these fried rice balls can be great to serve for big gatherings.
Just be prepared to cook a lot of them and be sure to ask for a little help. Putting these foods on sticks can be a bit time-consuming.
Carioca Recipe by Filipino Recipes Portal:
During the hot season, Filipinos are craving for something yummy and cold, that’s why we have a lot of cold refreshment like the famous halo-halo, ice candy (avocado ice candy, mango ice candy, ube ice candy and buko ice candy) and popsicles (mango ice drop). In this recipe we will be sharing with you the famous Ice Buko popsicle, you can easily do this for your family or use it for your sari-sari store business.
Ice Buko Recipe varies from one seller to another, this is because of the ingredients they incorporate into the popsicle. The usual Ice Buko comes with shredded young coconut meat, condensed milk, sugar, and the special one has some red monggo beans on top. Aside from the delectable taste, the young coconut meat ingredient in this recipe has calcium, fiber and high in antioxidants.
Go get your Popsicle molds and try this healthy Filipino dessert.
Ice Buko Recipe by Filipino Recipes Portal:
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