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Monday, September 21, 2009

Green Beans Adobo

I made adobong sitaw (green beans) yesterday. My cute helpers wanted to help me but I was in a hurry to cook so I just let them clean the dishes.

See how deligent worker they are lol..

I just wish that they would still do it when they grow up hehehe.

You might ask why the amount of the food I cook is very little, I do that so we could eat whatever I cook. I get tired of putting left over in the refrigerator hehehe. The recipe calls for string beans but since we don't have that here, i just use the regular green beans. The main method in preparing or cooking this is trough sautee. You have to sautee garlic, onion, tomatoes and meat first then put some soy sauce and a little black pepper. Then when the meat is tender, you can put the green beans. I want the beans a little crunchy so I don't over cook it.

My son said "I wan't to help Mom" so I let him stir the grean beans adobo, that's what makes it very tasty, the love and willingness to help of my lil' chef.

Tip: Put a dash of honey into your adobo to give it an interesting twist. It tasted so good and my hubsnad loved it!

Alrighty, for those left over hunters, sorry there's none lol..

22 comments:

  1. pare pareho lang daw ang pagluluto, ang pinagkaiba lang daw ay yung pagluto ng may pagmamahal!
    gaya ng nasa larawan.;)

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  2. Ang sarap ng luto mo tsang lutong bahay talaga. Mine dont look like that kasi hindi makabili asawa ko ngfresh beans kasi ang mahal tapos hindi fresh ang hitsura so we used the beans in the can. Nagsasawa na nga ako parang pam porga na sa akin hehehehehe pwedi patikim yang luto mo.
    Napaka sipag naman ng mga makukulit mo diyan bakla. buti ka pa may taga hugas na, may mauutusan na diyan.

    bisita muna ako sa ibang mga ka tribu bakla tsup tsup mwah sayonara lol

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  3. ang cute mommy and very sweet. I also like being in my kid's company while in the kitchen.

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  5. hello manang kong bakla...hahaha..nakikijoin na din sa kabaklaan nyo ni tsang....joke!

    musta na sis....nakakatuwa naman yung comment mo...nako...para akong babaeng walang pahinga nito...all around salsa....:)

    sarap naman nimo...maluto kaya nito mamaya...I have the ings except the honey....yummy nito....thanks for sharing...:)

    salamat sa mga dalaw at comments sis ha..daan din ako dito..dami ko na absences.....miss yah much...mwah!

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  6. hello Mommy Rose.. sarap naman ng adobo mo jan.. I cannot make my adobo looks like that.. I dont know why? hahaha kulang sa experience cguro.

    Glad to see those lil helpers mo.. I guess they will grow up like you who loves to cook too.

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  7. i love your kitchen assistants ... well trained ha... saludo ako sa iyo!

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  8. nagkakakan gulay mga aki mo, inggit man ako. my son doesn't like veggies, kailangan pa subuan para kumain :)

    thanks sa pagvisit sa mga blogs ko

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  9. Adobong green beans with a dash of honey, ah that's something new that I have never tried yet. Your burritos are really a helpful bunch. Sure hope they stay that way even when they are already grown ups. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

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  10. nakakatuwa naman mga chikitings..ang sisipag ^_^ naalala ko tuloy nung bata pa ako masipag din pero nung malakilaki na ko medyo tamad na sa gawaing bahay nun asa pinas pa me ehhehe. pero now masipag na ulit..hehe.

    wow yummylicious naman ang food.

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  11. cute ng helpers mo! dapat nga talaga ganyan magluto, tamang-tama lang para wala ng repeat performance.:P

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  12. cute ng helpers mo! dapat nga talaga ganyan magluto, tamang-tama lang para wala ng repeat performance.:P

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  13. dapat ganito talaga ang pagluluto, tamang-tama lang para wala ng repeat performance.

    cute ng helpers mo!

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  14. Hi there!ang cute naman ng mga anak mo, sana nga masipag pa kahit malalaki na, hehe! the secret to my adobo is i put a dash of sugar, i think honey sounds better, nagutom tuloy ako. anyway, napadaan lang naman ko dito, it's been a while:)

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  15. this looks yummy, rose; i will try it next time. thanks for sharing :-).

    galing naman ng mga anak mo, happy helper talaga! at si EJ, wow, malay mo, maging chef nga yan hehehe.

    si jake naman eh ganyan din paminsan minsan, di ko pa na try na paghugasin ng dishes; hmmm try ko nga mamaya.

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  17. gusto ko yan! dami kong lulutuin itong week na ito a. parang lahat gusto ko kase lahat mukhang masarap.

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  18. That looks really fresh and nice. Good to learn the childeren to cook early :-)

    Christina

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  19. Ang cute ng mga helper mo Rose & your adobo looks so yummy parang professional chef :D

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  20. Mabuti yang pinapabayaan mo ang mga bagets to help in the kitchen, kasi they'll be trained that early. Ang sisipag eh!

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  21. that is so yummy with rice.. i am getting hungry now..hehehe

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