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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Home Made Tocino

Lately, hubby was craving for tocino. I can't cook any because we did not find any at the oriental store. However, I remember buying a tocino mix the last time we went to the store so I tried to make some. I bought a pack of pork stew meat and follow the direction from the Mam sita pack. I marinated it for 24 hours and cooked it the next morning.

Thanks to these packages because we can really be a good cook even if we don't know how to cook lol.
The result was fabulous. EJ and Rylie even liked it! To add a little twist, I sprinkled some steak seasoning when I was cooking it.

Hubby and Rylie ate it with rice and egg while I ate mine with Kimchee hehehe. I am not really fond of sweet stuff so to cntrast the sweetness of the tocino, I ate it with something spicy.

I know, it's not really a homemade because I used some tocino mix but let's just pretend that it is lol.

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Gizelle said...

try honey, soy sauce and garlic marinate...tastes almost the same :) but I use this combo with chicken...

bonz said...

a good breakfast food!
i like to eat this with something salty, just to contrast the sweetness... with red eggs are the best!

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Guiltless Grub said...

My girl loves tocino but I try not to buy too much processed foods...so scary of all those chemicals, right? Anyway, yours here looks so yummy and fresh.

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AC said...

meron pa nga pala ako nyang mama sita na yan... hhmm... gagawa ako nyan pag di na masakit ngpin ko... wahahaha!!!

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FoodTripFriday said...

I like Tocino,It's a staple in my freezer so when I crav,it's always ready because I'm too lazy to make one.

funfunfun said...

Looks delicious!
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Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

I've never heard of this but it sure looks yummy.

Cecile said...

yum, sarap naman ng tocino mo, kakagutom :-)

Clarissa said...

homemade pa rin yan kasi nagluto ka lol!miss tocino sooo much!!

Luna Miranda said...

i didn't know Mama Sita's has tocino mix--salamat pala kay Mama Sita!:p

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, Mama Sita made it easier for people to cook even hard to cook meals. Glad to know that your family liked the homemade tocino you cooked for them. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Newlyweds said...

kagutom mnaman, miss ko na ding mag tocino..

Shanti said...

that looks delicious...thanks for the follow...following back:)

Vernz said...

Rose, parang di ko kaya yang Kimchi... yang tocino nalang.. hehehe...

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My Public Secrets said...

Sarap naman! I'd love to try this sometime. Thank you for sharing! God bless :-)

Jay - agent112778 said...

hmmm =P~ i love tocino too, the homemade too so that i can cut out the fat

as for me, this is my entry

Vera said...

It's definitely still homemade :)

_el@i_ said...

looks yummy-licious! i've never tried those mama sita mixes. will try soon.

anne said...

ang sarap naman ng tocino

Dhemz said...

kakatakam...meron pa ba sis?

nuts said...

wow, pinoy na pinoy pa rin..sarap nga! homemade pa rin yan sis!!

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