Have you tried giving your children corned beef baon for school?
Have you noticed that sometimes when your corned beef gets cold there are white dots, which I think are the meat’s fat, that makes the baon less appetizing specially for children?
In today’s best baon idea, I made the corned beef into balls and deep fried it.
The result, easy to eat, crunchy corned beef balls, so you wouldn’t worry even if it gets cold.
We discovered Delimondo in Landmark a few years ago, my husband and I thought it was an imported brand; judging from its packaging and cost.
As compared to other local brands, Delimondo costs more at Php 113 per 260 grams, but who cares about it if you get high quality and delicious corned beef for its price?
Delimondo is probably one of the most in-demand corned beef brand right now, and I think that’s because it’s all real meat product. One taste of the stuff is enough to convince you that you’re eating real, high quality meat.
Our family’s favorite are the Ranch Style Corned Beef and their Luncheon Meat. If you are a fan of Spam like us, Delimondo’s luncheon meat is a good choice compared to Maling.
Yes, why not! But this time I threw in 4 special cheese to make it more special and oh-so-very-yummy!
This recipe has mozzarella, cheddar, Parmesan and everyone’s favorite Cheese Whiz!
I baked this dish using Lock&Lock’s Borosilicate Glass Ovenware. Unlike my other glass ovenware this has a convenient carrying handles and it’s not heavy unlike other glass ovenware. I like its stylish shape, I can directly serve it from the oven to the table.
250 g pasta you can use any pasta you like (in this recipe I used fusili pasta it's long, thick, corkscrew shaped pasta)
1/4 cup pasta water (use the water you used to boil the pasta in)
1 tablespoon butter
pinch of salt
1/4 cup all purpose cream
1/2 teaspoon of ground black pepper
3 tablespoons of cheddar cheese
3 tablespoons of mozzarella cheese
2 tablespoons of Parmesan cheese
1/2 cup Cheeze Whiz
1. Cook the pasta, following the instructions indicated in the packaging.
2. Place a sauce pan over medium heat. Put the butter. Add in the cream, whisk until it becomes smooth. Add the 4 cheese. Add the water. The mixture must thicken. Add pepper into the pan. Remove the pan from the stove. Add the pasta.
3. Lightly grease your baking dish and place the pasta mixture in. Add mozzarella and cheddar cheese if you like on top of the pasta.
4. Bake the pasta mixture at 400 degrees. Bake for 20 minutes or until the pasta mixture becomes bubbly. Take the dish off from the oven. Set it aside and allow it to stand for about 10
Here’s another baon idea take away: Frabelle’s fish nuggets!
I normally make my own fish nuggets from scratch using cream dory drenched in my very own recipe of breading mix but, today is an exception since I discovered Frabelle’s Captain’s Catch Fish Nuggets.
The Frabelle’s fish nuggets are coated with crispy golden breading and it’s pre-fried to seal in the taste. If you are on the go this one is perfect for your kid’s baon! It comes with a free barbeque sauce to enjoy!