You have to try the NEW Spicy Buffalo-Style Chicken McDo!
Have an exciting gastronomic experience with rich, spicy flavor as McDonald’s introduces the all NEW Spicy Buffalo-Style Chicken McDo! It’s the Chicken McDo coated in a hot and zesty sauce for a hot, delicious twist. A different take on buffalo-style chicken, it will leave you wanting more after the first bite.
Grab McDonald’s NEW Spicy Buffalo-Style Chicken McDo for only P95 with drink! This new chicken favorite is also available in 1-pc. meal with Fries and 2-pc. meal.
Delight your taste buds with the NEW Spicy Buffalo-Style Chicken McDo when you dine in at any McDonald’s restaurant nationwide. You can also have it via Drive-Thru or McDelivery by dialing 86-2-36, visiting www.mcdelivery.com.ph, or using the McDo PH app.
Foodies and diehard fried chicken lovers, take your chicken craving to the next level and grab a bite of the NEW Spicy Buffalo-Style Chicken McDo. Share your photos online at facebook.com/McDo.ph and tag @McDo_PH on Twitter or Instagram.
It has been a hot, sunny days lately and all we need is a refreshing drink to cool us down and enjoy the sweaty day ahead. 🙂
This grass jelly coconut milk tea is the win!
My neighbor sells milk tea and it’s Php80-Php90 for every big cup. It’s good and totally refreshing, my children are “suki” (frequent buyer) . But this fine day I would like to make them a home-made milk tea. 🙂
I used Jolly’s Grass Jelly.
The grass jelly has a pleasant, lightly herbal flavor that my kids love.
And to make it more special I used Jolly’s new Coconut Milk instead of ordinary milk.
And surprise, surprise! It tastes soooooooo good. The natural sweetness of coconut milk tastes best together with the tea. 🙂
When you put everything together: the grass jelly, tea, and coconut milk with some sugar it compliments each other and tastes really wonderful. My children loves it and playfully slurp the jelly that gets in their big straws. 🙂
You should try it soon, to make 4 glasses I spent around Php100-120 pesos only. 🙂
This Valentines Day, make something special for your loved ones. 🙂
Try my easy fruits and sago pudding recipe.
Since strawberry is in season you can find them in leading grocery stores like SM Hypermarket, Landmark, Rustans and SnR.
In this recipe you can use any fruits you prefer. I’m thinking melon, kiwi and caramelize bananas will do too, so do not limit yourselves with just this two fruits.
I’m a fan of “gata” or coconut milk and I’ve tried mostly all coconut milk in cans sold at supermarkets but none of them have become my favorite, I always ended up buying a freshly squeezed coconut milk in our local wet market.
Since Jolly came out with their coconut milk I just thought I should give it try. Jolly’s coconut milk has a freshness and natural sweetness very near to what I can buy at our local wet market.
2. Boil tapioca and coconut milk in a saucepan over medium-high heat and stir constantly. Reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer for 5 minutes. Stir in the sugar and gelatin.
3. Simmer gently until thickened, 3- 5 minutes , then remove from the heat and allow to cool for 15 minutes before stirring in the vanilla extract. Serve either warm or chilled. Topped with mango or strawberry. 🙂
Tomorrow is the big V day, are you going to brave the crowd and the traffic jam to get to the best restaurants in the Metro or you will celebrate it with some special home-cooked meals?
If the latter, here’s some of my best dessert ideas that can help you plan for tomorrow.
Surprise your Valentine with this beauty.
Usually, a parfait is served in a tall glass but you can use any glass you have to make this one. It’s a dessert consisting of layers of whipped cream, fruit and jelly. See the recipe here: http://joybites.com/strawberry-parfait/
If you do not want fancy and red dessert you can serve this simple cake slice. It’s easy to make and looks god too. 🙂 Here’s the recipe: http://joybites.com/make-simple-cake-dessert/
How about something fruity? A tart is an open pastry case containing a filling. This one is generally lovely to look at. It’s also kinda easy to make too. See the link for the recipe: http://joybites.com/mango-tart-recipe/
My family and I love soft breads, it’s easy to eat and filling too, that is why we are so glad that Universal Robina Corporation (URC) is introducing new soft bread products.
Known for its innovative snacks and beverages, (URC) has been making Filipinos’ snack time enjoyable for decades. This time, it makes breakfast and merienda time more delightful and satisfying for families with its new soft bread products.
A filling and delicious breakfast or merienda treat, the Baker John Premium Soft White Bread and Baker John Cinnamon Soft Bread are great with spreads and a perfect match with coffee or cold drinks.
The country’s leading food manufacturing company introduces Baker John, a line of premium soft bread that are made with the highest-quality ingredients in URC’s state-of-the-art baking facilities.
Moms can partner their kids’ favourite spreads and cold cuts with Baker John Premium Soft White Bread to make delectable sandwiches for breakfast or merienda; while the Baker John Cinnamon Soft Bread is an ideal match with coffee or cold drinks, any time of the day.
The Baker John Premium Soft White Bread and Baker John Cinnamon Soft Bread are available at selected Mini Stop branches and Robinsons Supermarket outlets nationwide.
It’s official, the holidays are over peeps but, it doesn’t mean festive and delightful dishes are over and out too. 🙂
Even if the holidays are over, every day can still be a feast worth celebrating with dishes and masterpieces that not only delight families, but also help bring out and year-round cheer around the dinner table.
Give your loved ones a hearty and tummy-filling experience with Crispy Menudo Lumpia and Seafood Lasagna Roll-ups, all whipped up using Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauces.
Make the crunchy fried lumpia dish even more delightful with this hearty filling.
Start off by sautéing garlic and onions. Add pork and cook until lightly browned. Add Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauce Pinoy Party Style, water, bay leaves and soy sauce, bringing it to a boil. Simmer, then add carrots and potatoes. Cook until liquid is mostly reduced. Mix in liver spread, hotdog and green peas, and cover for 2-3 minutes. Next, season with salt and pepper to taste, then set aside and let cool. Spoon 2 tbsps of menudo over one lumpia wrapper, roll, and secure the edges by brushing with egg whites. Finally, deep-fry until golden brown.
To see how easy it is to make this this exciting dish, check out its BiteSized.PH video at www.facebook.com/BiteSized.ph/videos/707293472756843/.
Make mealtimes truly memorable with this shrimp-layered and crab sauce-filled lasagna dish.
Start by seasoning shrimp with salt, pepper, paprika and calamansi juice. Cook shrimps in olive oil for 1-2 minutes on each side, butterfly-cut each shrimp and set aside. Meanwhile, add butter to the same pan where shrimp was cooked. Sauté onion and garlic, add the cream and simmer until thick. Mix in the crab meat, cook for about 5 minutes and season with salt and pepper. Turn off heat and mix in parsley. Set aside.
Next, sauté onion and garlic over medium heat. Add Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauce Parmesan Cheese, simmer until thick and season with salt and pepper. Turn off heat and mix in basil. Set aside. Finally, cook lasagna noodles according to package directions. Set aside.
To assemble, lay lasagna noodles flat on a large surface. Spread about 3 tbsps. of the white crab sauce on each and top with pieces of shrimp, while leaving an inch at the top of each lasagna noodle empty. Sprinkle mozzarella and parmesan cheese on top (about 1 tbsp. each). Roll each lasagna noodle while securing the filling inside. Spread half of red sauce at the bottom of baking dish. Place all the lasagna roll-ups on top of the sauce, seam-side down. Keep the lasagna roll-ups close to each other to prevent unraveling. Spoon-in the remaining red sauce. Top with more mozzarella and parmesan cheese and bake at 190C for 30 minutes. Garnish with basil leaves.
Check out the BiteSized.PH video of this recipe at www.facebook.com/BiteSized.ph/videos/715664575253066/.
Simply satisfying, definitely delicious, but oh so easy to make—these dishes are a sure-hit for every home. Surprise your family and learn how to prepare these and other mouthwatering Hunt’s recipes by visiting BiteSized.ph on Facebook.
Make every day a feast to remember with Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauces. To learn more about the brand, visit its website at www.yummyhunts.com/
1. In a large, non-stick skillet, heat 1-2 tsp olive cooking oil over medium/high heat.
2. Cut peppers into rings and remove the seeds and centers. Place sliced peppers into the pan and let them saute for a minute.
3. Crack one egg into the center of each bell pepper slice. Start pouring the egg in slowly.
4. Sprinkle salt and pepper over each egg. Cook for 3 minutes.
5. Serve and enjoy! 🙂
I’m so pumped up to make my Bell Pepper Egg Rings and make use of the kitchen tools I got during the Masflex Kitchen Camp held in the Maya Kitchen in Makati. Masflex has invited select bloggers to a new exciting and challenging event and I’m so happy to be included. 🙂
The Masflex Kitchen Camp was hosted by Masflex Ambassador, the Adobo Queen Ms. Nancy Reyes-Lumen.
The Masflex Kitchen Camp (Blogger’s Edition) was held in line with the celebration of it’s 25th year of excellence and innovation of high quality and affordable cookware and kitchenware of Masflex.
The kitchen camp gave me the feel of MasterChef (U.S. TV series) the part where Ms. Nancy announce what to cook next and we will all rush in front, where a long table of ingredients is available, we hurriedly pick our ingredients. It was super fun. I was nervous the whole time, I wonder if I will get kicked off if my cooking doesn’t pass to her standards. 😛
I went to the kitchen camp with my friend, Lani. When we were our way home she told me she got nervous too and felt strange in front of the cooking tools and cooking ingredients. We have been cooking our entire marriage life and we felt like first timers during the kitchen camp. The kitchen camp was really an awesome experience!
We made the famous bibimbap with blue rice. I never liked bibimbap but, what I made during the kitchen camp was different, I loved it. I brought it home and shared it with my husband he said he likes it too. It’s a true testament that Ms. Nancy’s bibimbap recipe is really good. And of course, I’ll share it with you soon. 🙂
We were also taught how to make a rainbow crepe cake. I’m one hell of a cook, I made pancake “cakes” instead of crepe cake! 😀
I went to Chef Jaja, she’s the lady at my right, she gave me tips and trick to make it really thin, like a real crepe. 🙂 Chef Jaja is a real angel, I feel like if I sit down with her for a coffee she will tell me all her cooking and baking secrets. 🙂
I love every thing about the kitchen camp. I love all the tricks and smart cooking tips of Ms. Nancy! I learned soooo much. What I realized was, learning it hands-on was different from learning it in Youtube.
Thank you so much Ms. Nancy, Chef Jaja and of course Masflex for hosting the event. 🙂
Check out Masflex’s website and who knows you might score a pass to the next Masflex Kitchen Camp!
Are you still looking for ideas to serve to your guests this holiday season, especially those who just dropped by to say hello in the spirit of the holiday season? Invite them in and serve any of these three easy to prepare snacks. 🙂
1. Gouda cheese. My personal favorite is gouda cheese, perfect for my grilled cheese sandwich. I also used ARLA’s salted butter to brush both sides of the bread before grilling. Gouda, or “How-da” as the locals say, is a Dutch cheese named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. It is a semi-hard cheese that has a nutty and creamy flavor. 🙂
2. Unsalted butter. I also like ARLA’s unsalted butter for my oatmeal cookies. My home-baked cookies have been a family staples. I have been loyal to another butter brand for a long time, until I discovered ARLA’s unsalted butter. My husband asked me what changes I made from my recipe because it tastes extra special this time. Dang! I used ARLA’s unsalted butter and from this time forward and this will be our official butter. 🙂
3. Fresh Cheese Herbs and Spices. I’m not a fan of bread spreads but when I tried ARLA’s Fresh Cheese Herbs and Spices, it changed my mind. 🙂 A few slices of toasted bruschetta or a simple crackers with ARLA’s Fresh Cheese Herbs and Spices makes a good welcome guest food. 🙂
ARLA is an international dairy company from Denmark and its gaining popularity to local foodies like me. 🙂
This holiday season #LetInTheGoodness to ARLA’s all-natural dairy that offers no preservatives, no stabilizers or artificial colorants products.
Arla products are available at leading supermarkets nationwide. Visit their Facebook page for more recipe ideas this holiday season. https://www.facebook.com/ArlaPH/