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Nilagang Baka (Beef Soup)
Jan07

Nilagang Baka (Beef Soup)

This Nilagang Baka or Boiled Beef is one of the simplest dishes you will encounter yet so flavourful once done. I love the fact that this one-pot meal requires more waiting than effort. It’s so simple because the only main ingredients are beef, onion, water and vegetables. This is usually made out of bony beef part like beef ribs or beef neck as the bone helps in adding flavour to the soup together with onions. And hey, this dish is perfect for chilly winter days.     People to feed: Family 5-6 Preparation Time: 10 mins Cooking Time: 1 1/2 hour   Ingredients Beef shanks : 1 pound Beef neck or ribs : 1 pound Potatoes : 2 medium, chopped Onion : 2 medium, chopped Peppercorns : 1 tablespoon Cabbage : 1 small, cut into wedges Green beans : 8 to 10 pieces  (bagiuo beans) Fish sauce : 1 tablespoon Water Spring onions (optional)   Procedure In a pot, combine beef shanks, beef neck / ribs and enough water to cover. Over medium heat, bring to a boil and simmer for 1 hour until shanks are fork-tender and beef is nearly falling apart from the bones Once broth clears of scum, add onions and peppercorns. Lower heat, cover and cook for additional 2-3 minutes . Add more water as needed during cooking to maintain about 5 to 6 cups. Add potatoes, green beans and cabbage and cook for another 3 to 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender yet crisp. Season with fish sauce. Garnish with chopped green onions, if desired, and serve...

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Sticky Chicken Wings Recipe
Dec23

Sticky Chicken Wings Recipe

Holding a piece of meat in one’s hands and ripping the meat off the bone brings out a strange primal satisfaction, not only for our sense of hearing, taste and smell, but also our sense of touch. It allows us to savor the food with our fingertips, to feel its weight, its texture. Fried chicken is the perfect food for overloading our senses. Classic fried chicken, while good on its own, can be made even more delectable with this sticky Asian chicken wings recipe: sweet, gooey, tangy, salty, and spicy. It is baked, not fried, it is also great on grill with the glaze of this dish, oh so delectable. You will surely love the sweet and spicy flavor it releases with every bite. So what are you waiting for? Cook this dish now and lick the sauce off your fingers, be sure you prepare a lot of napkins because this dish can be a little messy but, oh my, it is so worth it!     People to feed: Family 4-6 Preparation Time: 10 mins Cooking Time: 40 mins   Ingredients 1 teaspoon sesame oil 1 tablespoon rice vinegar 1/2 cup hoisin sauce 1/3 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup brown sugar 2 cloves minced garlic 2 tablespoons sriracha to taste 2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger 3 pounds chicken wings Chopped green onions (optional)   Procedure Preheat the oven and spray a baking sheet with cooking spray. In a large bowl, mix sesame oil, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, garlic, brown sugar, rice vinegar, ginger and sriracha sauce and toss in the chicken wings until covered with sauce. Arrange chicken wing pieces on the prepared baking sheet. Bake in the preheated oven for about 50 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink. If desired, place under broiler for a couple of minutes to get that charred appearance. You can also garnish the chicken wings with chopped green onions.   Share with your friends over a bottle of wine! Happy eating! ...

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Official Launch 2013
Dec18

Official Launch 2013

Welcome to my first blog! Or is it better to say welcome to HomeKitchenomics blog? I am a newbie blogger and just like the others, I would like to be part of the web to share what I know and to contribute anything that I could offer. I am a food lover who is enthusiastic to try some new dishes that would make my mouth water. Seemingly, this is the reason I have come up with the idea of creating this website. Now, let me give you a brief introduction on how I came up with the name “HomeKitchenomics”. HomeKitchenomics is derived from the word Home-Kitchen + Economics. Why Economics? It is because economics deals with the production and consumption of goods. However, in this particular site, we are about to know the process of making an appetizing and delicious food! In short, we will do a lot of eating sessions! We will try our best to provide you all the information about the ingredients and procedure for each recipe. Be your own cook. Let this site serve as a guide to starters to be like pro. Who knows? This might be the chance to unleash the cook potential within you.   Set no boundaries! My mission for this site is simple: to compile all recipes from different countries and to let everyone have the chance to explore and taste the goodness of a variety of dishes wherever you are in the world. With that being said, I am hoping that everyone would share their own stories and give their insights on how they make each recipe better and tastier. I am inviting all food enthusiasts to join me in this journey as I post all the mouth watering recipes that I have gathered all over the...

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