Baby, it’s cold outside 🙂
Time to sneak some more veggies into our pasta dish 😉 and we’ll talk about bechamel sauce, that some of our friends refer to as “that white thing on top” 😉
Magandang Umaga! (Good Morning)
Meet the Philippines’ beef jerky, Filipino Beef Tapa.
Good Morning 🙂
When you’re far away from home, you will miss every single thing you enjoy eating and doing back home, and this longganisa is one of my favorite breakfast staples (or lunch or dinner), that I miss so much. Though there are supermarkets that carry some Filipino stuff here, it is still not the taste I’m looking for. Some are too fatty, too sweet, others are so rich in food color and some are too small. That’s why I came up with my own version of Skinless Longganisa (using beef instead) and I’ve been using this for the past years. I can guarantee you, this is better than store-bought longganisa here in KSA.
In Philippines, the most common way to marinate a meat or poultry for grilling is to use a liquid marinade and the barbecues are always in skewers. But this time, I want to make it special, that’s why I am using short ribs, (it’s on sale too!, right timing) :). What sets this apart from other marinades is that, this uses BANANA Ketchup and SODA (like 7-Up or Sprite), this does not use herbs or spices and dry rub. It’s plain, simple, sweet and delicious!