Posted by: twisted sunshine | August 18, 2008

For Today’s Menu (1)

Sunday is the only day I get to spend time in the kitchen. Sundays and holidays actually. Since today is Sunday, here’s what we had for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For breakfast, we had congee (plain lugaw) and fish in soy sauce.

The plain lugaw is cooked slowly resulting in it’s thick consistency. It goes really well with the fish in soy sauce. The fish was filleted and then sauteed in garlic and ginger before letting it boil in soy sauce. The saltiness of the fish compensates the blandness of the plain lugaw. This is a nice breakfast on a cold day.

For lunch, we had chicken curry with potatoes. It’s a simple dish yet very filling.

The chicken is sauteed in garlic, onions and ginger. The curry powder is then mixed with the coconut milk until it dissolves. Pour half of this mixture into the chicken and let it simmer. Season with salt and pepper. Put some water if the sauce thickens. When it’s almost done, pour in the rest of the curry-coconut-milk mixture and let simmer for 5 minutes. Serve with plain rice. This smells really nice. I’m not a curry lover but I’d definitely have some of this.

For dinner, we visited Rai Rai Ken again. I tried their Age Tofu Teppan and Kamameshi.

The Kamameshi is like a Japanese version of fried rice. I think it needs more salt. I like the Age Tofu Teppan. It came in a sizzling platter. The sauce compliments the taste of the tofu. I also had chocolate shake and a small bowl of seafood hotpot teppan.

So much for my diet… I need to exercise more often now. LOL!

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Responses

  1. Nakakagutom ang blog mo.hehehe Keep up the good work.

  2. thanks kytes 😀


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