Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Weekend Dinner Chronicle #2 Grilled Pork Chops, Tinapang Bangus & Chili Sardines with Misua

Foodamn Philippines: Grilled Pork Chops, Tinapang Bangus & Chili Sardines with Misua


"What's for dinner?"

Pork chops was marinated for an hour before it hit the grills.
Marinade with calamansi, garlic, salt and pepper, a teaspoon of soy sauce.
Hint: avoid putting too much soy sauce, chops tend to get grilled easily. leaving it uncooked inside. A really tasty and juicy grilled chops.
grilled chops
The tinapang bangus came all the way from Cavite, fish meat was still in color white, an indication that it was still fresh and from a new batch.

The vinegar dip contains: cane vinegar, siling labuyo, garlic, onion and pepper. 
Okey misua is getting over exposed, remember patola with misua
This time it's made up of, from a can of chili sardines, lots of tomatoes, garlic & onion & misua. Saute and simmer. Sarap! =)

For healthier options, chili sardine with misua can be be added with siling labuyo leaves and/or patola. 
tinapang bangus
vinegar dip
chili sardines with misua
From a local wet market find.
This meal will cost about PhP 300 [$7].
Plus the labor of cooking =)
For dessert, try the After Eight Thin Mints
Good for 6 to 8 heads.

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