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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Bicol Express Goodness

After we shopped for some oriental goodies, I made us a pan of  bicol express. I altered it my normal way of cooking it by adding some pineapple chunks.  I thought that hubby won't like it but I was surprised that he did!  He even liked it more than the normal way of preparing it.
If you want to try to make one, just check out the recipe here and add some pineapple.



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☺lani☺ said...

I miss this, my relatives in Lucena always cook bicol express, yum! Happy Sunday!

promdi said...

mmmm, tipo ansarap, rose. ito yata bicol express ang di madalas mailuto d2 sa house, hmmm, dapat cguro itry ko ito, thanks:)

Fe said...

isa ito sa mga foods na gusto kung ma try kainin, di ko pa kasi ito natikman :( Pero sa picture na to, mukhang masarap naman.

mona said...

i love bicol express, parang gusto ko i try ito recipe mo =) its new with chunk!

Jay - agent112778 said...

yummmy, even though that i dont like to eat pineapples on cooked dishes, i can still say that this dish is not complete without pineapples

here's my YUMMY SUNDAY entry

Jenn Valmonte said...

I love ginataan dishes, and my super favorite is the Pinangat! I still haven't eaten Bicol Express (ang natikman ko yung de-lata), pero isa ito sa mga gusto kong matikman talaga.

my Yummy Sunday post

Vernz said...

wow, ulam namin kagabi ginataan na tuna din ... pero mukhang masarap ng ito...

Yummy Sunday here

kathy said...

Wow! I'm literally drooling from this sis!!! I don't know how to cook this!

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Bogie said...

Looks so yummy! I just hope this isn't too spicy.

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Belle said...

Yum yum Here's my Ruby link for you

marcia@joyismygoal said...

mmmmmm makes me want to start cooking:)

Ralph said...

The bits of red give the dish a lovely look, the addition of pineapple to the shrimp paste, hot peppers and pork sounds divine - a sweet/hot blend that tastes as good as it looks I would imagine!

Liza said...

Sarap nyan. Kakagutom!

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Dhemz said...

sis, meron paba jan? pede penge? hehehe...ang salap! dpa ako nakatikim nyan.

nuts said...

i love anything spicy... =)

sharonlyn79-sharonlyn79 said...

sarap naman niyan sis. Sana marunong ako maglluto niyan. Paborito ko yan :)
Pls visit mine too, whenner you got a chance :)

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

You have me salivating and swallowing hard...this looks so darned good!!!!!

My Ruby Tuesday is now posted if you'd care to join me.

Rita said...

I am not familiar with this dish. So I had to ask my husband about it. He lived in your homeland for seven years when in the navy.

We decided to give your recipe a try and see if it is what he remembers.

Happy Ruby Tuesday

kat said...

Haguy, haguy, holy goodness jud Rose...pahingi waaaaaaaaa....di ako marunong nito, ang alam ko lang ay kumain nito waaaaaaaa. tsalap tsalap..kakalaway...ahak!

Pagan Sphinx said...

That sounds and looks delicious! Could you add shrimp instead of pork? I love seafood better than pork or beef.

My mouth is watering now. :-)

chubskulit said...

Hi Pagan Sphinx, I think you can also add shrimp. This one is a combination of shrimp paste and pork.

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