My daughter sent us this superb tasting ready to prepare cappuccino mix.
Made in Indonesia, it comes in two separate packs: (1)the coffee mix and (2)a much smaller sachet which contains the chocolate granules. Judging from the Italian flag type packaging I surmise the choco granules originated from Italy.
I tried to experiment to test how the mix could achieve a superior flavor. For my initial test, I used 1 cup of boiling hot water per packmix and then added the chocolate granules. Ooooh! It was too sweet.
The next time, I used 1 large mug of boiling hot water plus the chocolate granules. Surprise! I got the perfect blend.
Unlike other coffee flavors, even those dispensed by large coffee shops, Tora Bika tastes good even when it is cold.
This is a Marikina concocted dish which I borrowed.
1 whole fresh chicken fryer, cut into small serving pieces or use chicken breasts for a more delicate taste 1 cup 7-Up soda (for marinating chicken pieces) salt and white pepper for seasoning 3 tbsps vegetable oil 1 garlic clove, minced 1 medium size white onion, finely chopped 1 small fresh pineapple, cut into 1-inch chunks or use 1 small can pineapple in chunks, drained and reserved juice on the side 1/2 cup of heavy cream or evaporated milk
1. Put chicken pieces in a large bowl. Pour over the 7-Up soda on the chicken and mix slowly. Cover the bowl and let marinate the chicken for 2 hours in the refrigerator. 2. In a small casserole, heat the oil in a medium heat without burning, add and sauté the onions until soft, then add the garlic. 3. Drain the chicken pieces from the marinade and add to the casserole with the onions and garlic. Fry the chicken pieces in a medium heat until cook (for about 25 minutes), stirring once i…
Upon the request of GFAS, I am reproducing here the Chicken soup recipe from my Mom.
My Mom's good old recipe is a real healthy soup because it requires not the commercially bought chicken but rather native poultry which we usually get from the province. Native chicken is poultry raised without the usual chemical-filled chicken feeds. These are poultry raised in remote provincial backyards, allowed to roam about, scratch their own food and if at all, fed with mountain corn grown also without the usual pesticides.
Yes. Her recipe requires clean and organic ingredients and cooking implements. Tough if you ask me. But that was way, way, way back.
Today, it is very difficult to find these healthy attributes from food ingredients. But anyway, if you can source the following, organic, then we're on to a good start.
What we need:
1 kilo of Native chicken breast and back (Note that natives are usually not plump, unlike commercially sold poultry. We all know why) 3 organically grown ba…