Today is the start of my new eating lifestyle. Will try to consume more vegetables and fruits this time. Yehey for deciding to be healthy!
Absolutely love this dish! I could eat this all day long! It’s a very easy to prepare, healthy, delicious and flexible too! You can add slices of pork, beef, chicken, liver, shrimp, quail eggs and even squid balls to enhance the taste. For complete recipe click HERE
Must get these le creuset cookwares! They actually come in different colors but I like the black and white ones. So classy!
If we’re friends on FB, you’ve probably seen my wall updates about my newfound hobby these past days. When I’m not soo busy, I’m usually in the kitchen having fun cooking different PACHAM dishes. I cook just about anything what I see on TV or read in magazines. I like to experiment a lot, many times, I just pick whatever is on left on the fridge and toss them altogether, adding a little salt and pepper and that’s it. I can’t say I’m a good at cooking yet, but oftentimes, I think I’m doing ok hahaha. My specialty? None. The thing is when I cook, there’s not a dish that tastes exactly the same because I don’t really know the proper way of cooking them (the Adobo I cooked last week isn’t the same Adobo I cooked yesterday LOL).
If you want to know more about my Pacham dishes, check out my food blog, Pacham Diaries. Thanks!
Getting better at Pacham! LOL.
These days, I’m busy cooking Pacham (pachamba-chamba). I’m learning and trying sooo hard hahahha. I probably have a dozen new recipes already. At dahil mahal ang bigas at pork…I’m trying different dishes out of TOKWA like:
paksiw na tokwa
menudo con tokwa
spaghetti with tokwa bits
stir fry tokwa with bell pepper
tokwa in oyster sauce
fried tokwa with gravy
tokwa with veggies
inihaw na tokwa with cheese
boneless tokwa bwahahaha