Archive for February, 2009

25
Feb
09

PINE SHRIMP DUMPLING

INGREDIENTS:

35-40 PCS wonton wrappers

FILLING:

200 grams tuna fillet

100 grams medium shrimps, shelled

½ tsp calamansi juice

1 can (234 grams) DEL MONTE CRUSHED Pineapple, drained (reserve syrup)

1 pc medium onion, chopped

½ tsp grated ginger

2 cloves garlic, minced

50 grams each of singkamas and carrots, chopped

3 stalks green onions, chopped

½ tsp sesame oil

1 tbsp flour

DIP:

5 cloves crushed garlic

1-2 pc sliced sili labuyo

½ cup soy sauce

½ cup pineapple syrup

1-1/2 tbsp calamansi juice

PROCEDURE:

FILLING:

Marinate fish and shrimps in calamansi juice and 1 tsp iodized fine salt for 10 minutes. Drain. Chop finely. Combine with the rest of ingredients and ¼ tsp pepper. Mix well. Put 1 tbsp of mixture in wonton wrapper. Press edges to the filling, leaving the top open. Steam for 20 minutes.

DIP:

Sauté garlic and sili for 1-2 minutes. Add sauce and pineapple syrup. Simmer once. Add calamansi. Serve with dumpling.

Makes 7 servings (35pcs)

17
Feb
09

Jared’s Macaroni Salad

ida1I named this Macaroni Salad after my nephew, Jared, since he’s the inspiration why I was able to concoct this recipe. It was his second birthday (November 20, 2008) and since the celebration would be on Saturday at Shakey’s Restaurant after the exact date of his birthday, his mommy Irene decided to just make macaroni salad. Jared likes fruits a lot and cheese, but to make it more tasteful I decided to load it up with lots of stuff on it. For those who hate onions would probably like this since I didn’t put one. For those who hate celery, wait till you taste this, you wouldn’t know it is there.

Here are the ingredients:

500grams macaroni

250 grams chicken breast (boiled till tender); cut into small cubes

250 grams luncheon meat slices (not the canned ones); chopped

200 grams carrots (boiled till tender); chopped

100 grams celery; chopped

200 grams red apples; sliced thinly

200 grams pineapple tidbits

700 grams mayonnaise

250 grams all-purpose cream; chilled

200 grams cheddar cheese

1pc chicken cube seasoning

1 tablespoon rock salt

 

Procedure:

In a stockpot, bring about 2 liters of water to a boil and add in chicken breast, carrots and luncheon meat. Add in a tablespoon of rock salt. After a minute in boiling water take out the luncheon meat slices and chop them into small pieces. Take the chicken and the carrots out of the boiling water as well once they are tender.

 

Put in the macaroni and cook until done. Drain.

 

Meanwhile, chop the celery stalks, carrots and chicken. Slice the apples into quarters and sliced thinly; put these in pineapple syrup to prevent from discoloration.

 

Grate the chicken cube and set aside.

 

In a big salad bowl, put in half of the macaroni; moisten with half on the all-purpose cream, half of the mayonnaise. Mix well and add in half each of the ingredients and mix well.

 

Add the other half of the macaroni in and the rest of the ingredients and mix well.

 

There is no need to add salt since the cheese, chicken cube and luncheon meat gives the salty flavor to it.

 

I liked the feedback of my sister’s colleagues at Chinese General Hospital about this. Hope you try it…and like it too! ^_^ Above is the actual photo of the finished product.

 

Happy cooking!

03
Feb
09

PASTA WALDORF SALAD

INGREDIENTS:

2 pc (350 grams) red apple

2 pc (300 grams) green apple

1 can (567 grams) DEL MONTE Crushed Pineapple, drained (reserve syrup)

3 stalks celery, diced

2/3 cup toasted walnut, coarsely chopped

1-1/2 cups mayonnaise

¾ cup DEL MONTE Elbow Macaroni

PROCEDURE:

Core and cut apple into tidbits and soak in pineapple syrup. Drain, reserve syrup. Combine apple with remaining ingredients except pasta. Refrigerate. Boil 2 cups water with reserved pineapple syrup and ½ tsp oidized fine salt. Add DEL MONTE Macaroni and cook for 12 minutes. Drain. Cool completely. Combine with pineapple mixture. Season with salt and sugar to taste. Refrigerate until ready to serve.




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