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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Lima Beans with Salmon #A-Spice-A-Day #5

My  Mom used to cook lima beans  for us  when we were growing up.  Once in a while, I crave for it so I buy a frozen baby lima beans and cook it.  I had a pack of salmon in the freezer so I  cooked it together with the lima beans.

You will need:
1 pack frozen baby lima beans
1 can coconut milk
onion chopped
meat, or fish, or  any seafood that you want in it.
hot peppers
lemon grass (optional).  I had this in the freezer so I used it for  its aromatic scent.
salt and pepper to taste

Procedure
  • Pour the coconut milk in a pan.
  • Add the onions and salt.  Let it  boil  stirring occasionally.
  • when it boils, add the  fish/shrimp,  lima beans, pepper, lemon grass.
  • Remove it from the stove when all of the ingredients are  tender.
  • Serve it with rice.

A Spice A Day #5 - January 5
  • We put away the Christmas decor.
  • Hubby  removed our window blinds and install our new window treatments.
  • Cleaned up the house after  putting away the stuff in the storage.
  • Hubby took the kids to the movie theater and they watched Frozen as I finished organizing at home.
  • I made some giniling for dinner.

15 sumptuous burps..:

Joy said...

this is so good! i've tasted it from a friend who's a vegetarian, sad that i stay away from beans due to my gout problem hehe

nova hedges said...

it looks good, too bad my husband doesn't like lima beans so i guess i have to skip on this recipe.

juliana said...

I have yet to try this recipe. Being a pescetarian myself, I'm always on the prowl for recipes. I love lima beans although I haven't had it ages.

Jessica Cassidy said...

yum yum yum that looks really delish Sis :-) Thank you sharing the recipe :-)

papaleng said...

Ay, I thought Bicol Express ito. seems a good one to try.

Anne Mary said...

Gurl what is lima beans in tagalog? if I may ask? thanks :)

Chubskulit Rose said...

Anne Mary, Lima Beans is Patani in tagalog.

Marie said...

Ah. Lima beans is patani pala. Hehe! My Mama loves Patani. I'd show her this recipe. Thanks ate! :)

Denmark said...

Looks yummy and healthy! I want to try it. Is it almost same as Bicol express?

Ria C said...

I haven't tried that and I think I won't be able to because of my health condition. I can't have beans. :( But salmon, yum!

Marie said...

It looks sooo goood!!! I actually love anything with gata! Seriously. But I don't know how to cook them dishes. I love laing, bicol express, anything with gata like kakanin lol I am browsing your site now for a recipe for laing

Marie said...

I commented awhile ago but it disappeared (lol tulog pa diwa ko ) . Sis, I love anything with gata!! I surely would try this. I love laing, bicol express, although I don't know how to cook them.

Mona said...

haven't tasted this food but it looks delish, i will try to cook this food :)

Jhari said...

How I wish I can do this recipe. My husband is fond of fried fish - any kinds of fishes, as long as fried.

eof777 said...

That dish looks so delicious... Must try it out as I love Salmon.
Eliz

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