The January Theme is "What Filipino dish (savoury or sweet) would you like to have on your birthday?"
Since the holidays, it was just so crazy busy that I didn't even have time to write anything at all and I missed last month's challenge because it was just literally not enough time for me with my events.
I made a promised to myself that I have to have something for January. So here comes today which is the deadline and at 3pm this afternoon, I still have nothing! I feel horrible but i just woke up after 38 hours (straight) of work in the kitchen and at the event site. I was trying to justify it with my little voice that it should be okay but it's not. So, here I am, scrambling to whip up something fast!
There are a lot of Filipino foods that I like on my birthday but I have to decide what are my favorites. It is usually a tradition that there should be a Pancit for "long life" but my favorite pancit in the pancit family is the Malabon or Palabok. I had all the ingredients but I don't have the noodles that I like and it's already 6pm! Oh boy- I'm in trouble!
So what else do I like to have on my birthday? My birthday is in July and normally I do have barbecue party so I decided to have Chicken Barbecue!
So here you go:
You will need:
- One chicken breast, cut into cubes
- Soya sauce
- Brown sugar
- Crushed garlic
- Salt and Pepper
Mix everything and marinate for at least 30 minutes in the fridge.
Skewer the chicken and ready for grilling!
Grill it for about 4 minutes or until done.
And viola... here it is...wrapped in lettuce leaf with onions and tomatoes... nice appetizers.
But it's dinner time and I need a more solid meal so, here you go. Steamed rice (white, parboiled and wild rice), tomatoes with onions and green onions and salted duck eggs!
Special thanks to Trevor Joyce (iconica.ca) for taking these photos.
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