Monday, March 28, 2011

Bulalo Supreme - P365 # 87

When I was still in the Philippines, I used to have a stack of these in the kitchen cabinet of my apartment. Whenever I am lazy to cook, I just make one of this.  I even served it to hubby when he first  came over to see me lol.
He saw this at the oriental store so he grabbed one.
He said he couldn't remember where he  ate one of these and I just smiled lol.
Anyhow, I cooked it the other day as the lazy bug in me attacked.
I added fresh napa cabbage and scallions   in it and it was delish!
March 28, 2011:

  • Ms.  Burrito's school has a State test today so she went to bed early to have a lot of rest before the test.  Good luck to all the students, to you Ms. Burrito, and to the school.
  • It is is below freezing over here (24 degrees brrr).  Hope the temperature will warm up  before I get Ms. Burrito so we wont freeze our butts off hehehe.
  • Please include my brother-in-law- Dave in your prayer friends,  the doctor has detected  something in his system that looks like a tumor (I am praying that it isn't).  

13 delicious comments:

Linda Bob Grifins Korbetis Hall said...

love the fresh napa cabbage shot...

yummy soup..

w0rkingAth0mE said...

same here when katamaran strikes instant food is all i need ..

Anonymous said...

Tamad ka na niyan, na nag-add ka pa ng cabbage? Hehehehe...

Peace sis! :D

Lesa said...

Ramen is yum-- I prefer homemade though. Never saw bone marrow flavor before-- interesting! I like the way you jazzed yours up with cabbabe!

Happy MY!

Mine is on my bookblog today: Baja Greenawalt

bj said...

We used to eat the Ramen noodles a lot until we found out they are sooo loaded with salt. Being olden, we don't need all that salt. :) We sure did like them, tho.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Hi BJ, you can actually ditched the mix which contains the salty part, you can alter it with whatever you have in your kitchen.

maria said...

Yum! Hope Ms. Burrito did well on the test and I am praying for your BIL.

Happy RT!

Mine's here.

Unknown said...

This does look delicious, and I love easy! It leaves us more time to blog. lol

Unknown said...

yan ang pagkain ko pag tinamad ako Rose hahaha.

oi, di ako nag bake yong custard cake...binili ko yon sa bakeshop..nagkataon na buo pa kasi, karamihan naka slice na kaya binili habang buo pa hehe.

oi..sana di pa yan sure sa BIL mo Rose..

To Rye...good luck little princess, i know you can make it...

Dhemz said...

sarap naman nyan sis! meron pa ba....:)

good luck kay sure she can do it!

oh my, hoping hindi tumor...:(

Rebecca said...

I love it how different foods stir-up fond memories.. It does look delish!

Mel Alarilla said...

Yes, I will pray for your brother in law. By the stripes of Jesus he is healed. Amen. It is funny that John liked the Lucky Me instant bulalo you served him when he visited you before in the Philippines but forgot that it was you who served him this when he bought another package of it in an oriental store there. That you garnished it with some fresh vegetables gave the noodles more delicious flavor. Hope Rylie passes her test with flying colors. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

anne said...

ang sarap nito especially when the weather gets too cold.

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