Archive for the ‘Original Recipes’ Category

Dumplings 101 with Photoblogger

Monday, June 8th, 2009

I’ve done dumplings somewhere last year and this time I found myself craving once more for these delicious dumplings.

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Fish Adobo ala Jehzlau

Friday, March 20th, 2009

This is my third attempt in cooking Pacham! And of course, I’m sharing it with you here at Patay Gutom. I will be enumerating the ingredients of this original recipe and how to cook it. This is another magic recipe with McCormick just like my previous recipes that was posted on this very blog. Without further ado, here’s a snap shot of Fish Adobo ala Jehzlau
Fish Adobo
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Macaroni Meat Sauce ala Yagit

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

macaroni

If there’s one thing I love about cooking, it’s the endless possibilities of combining ingredients to achieve a unique flavor. I was browsing the contents of our refrigerator this afternoon and I found a couple of “cookables”. I decided to make my own Macaroni Meat Sauce.
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Tuna Brocolli ala Jehzlau

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

Yay! I enjoyed doing pacham that’s why I came up again with another original recipe for Patay Gutom! This one is another master piece of a self-proclaimed chef. I don’t know how to cook brocolli that’s why I did something weird. I mixed all the ingredients and spices that appeared in my mind. No, this one has no A1 Steak Sauce. I only added Powdered Onion, Garlic, Oyster Sauce, and Tuna Flakes.
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Garlic Fish Steak ala Jehzlau

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

I would like to present to you one of my original Pacham food recipes. If you’re curious watch Pachman means, it’s simply defined as Pachamba-chamba; a short way of saying Pachamba-chamba. Pacham is also known as Paswerte-swerte, in English, Palucky-lucky. If you’re lucky enough, then your Pacham recipe will taste really good! Here’s a picture of my first perfect cooked Fried Tuna with A1 Steak Sauce and Minced Garlic.

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