Search This Blog

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Yummy Sunday: Ginataang talong with bagoong and pork


                                               Click the badge for more yummy sunday entry
Yummy Sunday again and I am so excited to show my ginataang talong with bagoong and pork. This morning I was craving for veggies and coconut milk and to get it I have to cook something that this two can go together. So I looked at the panty and found out that I have a small can of coconut milk, thawed meat, sliced my eggplant and chopped garlic and onion. But here is the picture I'd like to show.

Ingredients:
garlic, minced
onion, chopped
eggplant, chopped
pork (optional) chopped
2 tbsp bagoong
1 small can coconut milk

Procedure:
1. Let the pork brown first in a pan. Take it out from the pan and remain a little oil in the pan for sauteing.
2. Saute the onion first then garlic.
3. Mix the brown pork and stir.
4. Then put the eggplant then put the coconut milk. Cover it and adjust the heat to low-medium.
5. When the eggplant is tender and it is boiling put the bagoong.
6. Season with pepper and a little salt if you like since bagoong is already salty.
So there that is all done simple as that!




14 comments:

Perfectly Blended said...

I can truly say that you are really a good cook. I haven't tried eating this. :)

Thanks for sharing.

Perfectly Blended

Alice Audrey said...

Yum!

Lalaine said...

good job! I'm sure it's delicious!

Lalaine's World
From Asia and Beyond
Day to Day Miracles
Trying to be Fit
Not a Shopaholic

My Family Daily Adventure said...

hmmm, sarap to ah, thanks for sharing. It's yummy!

Bacolod and BeyondJourney said...

hmmm sarap, thanks for sharing the recipe, I will try to cook too.

Bacolod and Beyond said...

sarap ng talong with bagoong, hmmm, I'm drooling hahaha!

Fe said...

sarap naman,nakakagutom...may natitira pa ba dyan he he

A Gracious Home said...

That sounds very good. I love coconut milk. Doylene

Alicia said...

MMmm! That sounds good. Now I'm craving for Filipino food!

nanay said...

Oh! I am sure it is delicious.

chubskulit said...

parang ang sarap nyan ate lalo na kung may sili.

I got to taste Japanese food during our flight. I am late but hopefully, you can still take a peek.

janis said...

haven't tried this before pero... PARANG ANG SARAP!
thanks for sharing the recipe! subukan ko next time :D

Jay - agent112778 said...

wow, sarap, good thing that you have bagoong alamang there in the states :D

my YUMMY SUNDAY entry is here


have a Great YUMMY Sunday for us:)

Thanx for the Visit :)

Genejosh said...

wow ating-atin na recipe..thanks for sharing the recipe...I'm truly craving for this now..sarap!

Mine's here: http://jennystastyexploration.blogspot.com/2009/12/thai-dishes-at-ging-kalpapruek.html

BTW sis, can you help me win for a cause? Do you have facebook account? You can help me by doing the two simple steps below :


1. Login to your Facebook account and become a fan of Artscow at http://www.facebook.com/ArtsCow.

2. Once you became a fan, view the photo here: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=4719005&id=203944696146. You'll see below the photo the word "LIKE". Click it :) The word "like" won't appear if you're not a FAN.

All votes will be counted TOMORROW December 15 6:00pm PST and the photo with the most Like votes will receive a $150 cash payment. Please, spread the word and help me win to save a friend!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you so much:)

Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin