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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Tinolang Manok

My theme for this week's post is food, so here I am again posting what I made for lunch yesterday lol. This is called Tinolang Manok (Chicken Tinola) in the Philippines. We don't have papaya here so I used sayote (Papaya squash) as substitute. I wasn't able to buy spinach in the store but it still tasted good. Spinach is the best replacement for the pepper leaves which we usually used in cooking in my country.Here's my plate with my favorite appetizer.... hot chili peppers.. dyarannnnnnn...
No left over this time, sarap kasi hehehe...

28 comments:

  1. Yeah.. its really mouth watering! I miss that chicken tinola so I love to cook that for dinner tonight. Mas masarap yan with the super "malunggay" ..LOL!

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  2. wow sarap!! you know what i love most about tinola it gives me lots of milk back then when i was breastfeeding yena! :D

    not surprised there;s no left overs! it looks so sarap!!! ;D

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  3. ang sarap sarap naman tlga,hehehehehehe!!!!dahon ng sili para saken,hehehehehe! sarap ng sabaw!!!

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  4. Waaa.. Rose you keep on posting food over here that keeps me drooling. Sarap talaga magluto ni Rose guapa ah.

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  5. wowe...sayang wala na left over...sus! salap pa naman nyan oh...uy may hot chilli peppers pa..anghang kaya..hhehe

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  6. tinolang manok, sarap naman, paborito ni hubby lalo na pag ang papaya ang kasama instead na chayote ;-)

    kakagutom naman , Rose lagi pagkain nandito :-)

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  7. hi dear rose!!

    i got a tag for you.. grab it please if u have time..

    thanks!

    http://nikoganda.blogspot.com/2008/11/pink-sisterhood.html

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  8. sarap nga, ang ganda pa ng preparation sa plato oh!

    Indeed much foodage here!

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  9. yum yum yummy! I never ate that much,,, i also dont want to try here kasi the taste of native chicken is super different. i miss the native chick!

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  10. i sent you an email about dneero...hope you sign up!

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  11. chilli ....
    siram....pahagad sabaw madyan ako.. lol

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  12. Yummy! Sayote is great for tinola too.

    Looks like your hubby and your kids loved that one?

    Pinikpikan - heard of that one? It is a lot like tinola but uses native chicken instead. A delicacy here in the highlands!

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  13. ang cute naman ng sili!!! kakatuwa! gusto ko din magtinola, kaso ang hirap humanap ng green papaya dito, kainis!

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  14. ooopss, btw Rose, can we ex links? :)

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  15. Thanks Sandy, it tasted good too hehehe..

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  16. Aha, good idea kuya romy.. I never tried putting malunggay in tinola.. hmnnn matry nga when i visit there hehehe, dito kasi alang malunggay,..

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  17. Oo naman niko, lahat kasi ng may sabaw nakakapag dagdag yan ng gatas sa mommy kaya nga sa bicol once nanganak ka puro may sabaw ang niluluto...

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  18. Dahon ng sili is masarap and so is spinch Sun... Yan ang the best alternative here..

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  19. Hahaha yan kasi ang theme ko this week Umma, kaya puro food ang topics ko hahaha..

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  20. Yan ang pangpagana ko dhemz hahaha.. Dapat lagi may sili once kumain ako.. Tga Uragon kaya ako lol..

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  21. Bihira lang kasi na may papaya sa store ate so sayote lagi ang ginagamit ko.. paborito din yan ni hubby, pati bunso ko na super mapili kumakain din..

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  22. Hi Webbiegurl/Rogue... Mas masarap nga ang native chick kaso ala naman dito kaya tyaga na lang sa kung ano meron heheh..

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  23. Thanks Les, I signed up already kaso did not get any confirmation email yet..

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  24. Hahaha sabaw lang mads, dagdagan ko ki laman hehehe..

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  25. Parang narinigko na yan gem but am not sure and I don't know how to make it either hehehe.. Yeah they all loved it..

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  26. Sayote na lang gamitin mo Maya, yan din lagi gamit ko eh...

    Yeah sure, we can i'll add you now..

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