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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Won Ton and More - Project 365 # 41

Raquel taught us how to make siomai or dumplings.  It was easier than I thought, all you need is ground chicken, chopped up carrots and onions, soy sauce and pepper, and then mix them together.  
Her and Shy wrapped the siomai while me and daughter prepared some puto.  We made some won ton soup, for the broth you need chicken broth (if not, you can just boil water and add a chicken cube on it), then I added some  mushroom and scallions.  It was delish!  Oh we steamed the  dumplings first before we put it on the soup.

And lastly, we made some pandesal, not the kind of pandesal that I was craving for but it's also god.
February 10, 2011:
  • I got to slept in again today due to 2-hour delay from Ms. Burrito's school.
  • When I woke up, I made some breakfast, we ate, and  got Ms. Burrito ready.
  • When Daddy drove her to school, I started doing laundry ( still not done yet but almost).
  • Blogged a little then made some pizza bread, we just got done eating lunch.

Always remember....

that a little bit of this
and a little dash of that
makes a sumptuous life..

so Spice Up Your Life

22 sumptuous burps..:

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Masarap nga ang homemade siomai. Bukod sa ground pork or chicken at vegetable extenders like carrots, mas masarap ang siomai kung sasamahan nang piece of shrimp at ilang patak nang sesame seed oil. Nakakatuwa naman sina Rylie at Justine na nakaupo sa harap nang handa ninyo at parang naiinip na pakainin na sila. Bongga talaga yung sama sama togetehr ninyo nila Shy. Thanks for the yummy post. God bless you all always.

lyzacruz88 said...

All looks yummy! nakakagutom...happy FTF :)

Cheerful said...

everything looks declicious...sana matutunan ko ding gumawa nyang wonton kasi i love it at ang pandesal, hayyy, kakamiss...good job mommy! happy food trip friday! :)

momgen said...

Awww sarap naman nito nakakagutom...happy FTF!

Mine is here

Mauie Flores said...

You make pandesal? Wow, that's a lot of effort!

Happy Food Trip Friday! Hope you can also visit my entry here.

Clarissa said...

wow!ang sisipag nyo naman,Ate Rose!Ang dami nyong handa and it made me drool!Pahamak kayo ni Mommy Tsang!^_^

by the way,I just send the 'alam mo na' and I'm sure matatagalan na naman ang dating nun sa inyo.Luv yah!mwahness!

Halie said...

Home made food, always much better than the ones bought.

Thanks for dropping by my blog.

If you have time, do drop by:

Chicken Lollipops

Food for the Gods

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

This looks really interesting. By the way I am still not picking up your posts on my list. I am not having a problem with anyone else so I have no idea what the problem is!! Diane

mymommyconfessions said...

Bilib ako talaga sa cooking skills mo, pati ni Shy and Raquel. Kakainggit! I cook, but not so often as we have a cook (plus, tinatamad din ako minsan...hahaha!). But when I do, I usually require a cookbook...some kind of guide to get me through it. Di ako marunong mag-tancha. :(

- Mia

Luna Miranda said...

i have a suki for homemade favorite appetizer.:p

Vernz said...

naku rose.. last on the line naman ako hahaha.. wow, naku wala akong talent sa ganito hahaha.. thanks for the drop Rose..

yen said...

wow get together and ang sarap ng foods...

Kimra said...

this all looks so good! Thanks for the comment and the follow! I'm now your newest follower :)

shutter happy jenn said...

Ooooohhh ang saya naman niyan, manay! Gusto ko rin matuto magluto ng siomai.

my Food Trip Friday post

Dhemz said...

ang dami nyo kayang handa...salap...gusto ko lahat...gusto ko gumawa nang puto...kaso ala akong cheese....mozarella lang...thanks for sharing badingding...mwah!

anne said...

The Super Busy Mommy hehehe sarap naman ng hinanda nyo. I am sure it was so fun!

RyHeAnNe said...

Ang sarap naman, parang ang sarap tumambay sa house nu Ateh laging my foodies..hehe

darly said...

ive always wanted to learn how to prepare my fave siomai- thanks for the recipe

Happy FTF, here's my entry, hope you'd check it out too

Cecile said...

wow, daming pagkain dito ah...yung pandesal looks yummy... iam drooling for it right now!

inday_adin said...

I love Wonton soup and I always look for it everytime we go to a Chinese restaurant. Hmmmm.. You made me think of making some pandesal. I might just do that tomorrow maybe. :)

Adin B

genny said...

by looking at it i am so full, how much more if i get to taste it. yum yum! happy FTF!

Lulu Post said...

daming yummilicious food! saludo ako sa iyang galing at talino... pwede makikain? hehehe

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