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This week's Featured in Food Friday player is ...

Ms. Tetcha who owns the blog Delight My Appetite with her post: Delicious Spam Musubi from Mister Musubi!

I know, millions of people absolutely love Spam (in fact, I think there are even restaurants who's recipes/dishes revolve around Spam!) so this business venture by Ms. Tetcha's friend/former classmate looks like it's going to be a hit! A blog that deals mostly with her family's food adventures, including some honest reviews and deals around town, you won't get bored while reading her blog. In fact, I suggest you go and check out her latest foodie find (it's Cinnabon's Valentine Treat!)...but shhhhhh...don't tell her I told you! ;)

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My post for this week is another simple and easy dish again (oh yes, the simpler the better it is for me!): Sauteed Water Spinach (Kangkong/Potato Vine) with Ground Beef.


ingredients:
  • ground beef (mixed with diced onion and garlic, soy sauce, salt, pepper, egg, and mixed herbs - marjoram, thyme, rosemary, and sage)
  • water spinach leaves
  • oil for frying and sauteing
  • sliced red onion and crushed garlic cloves, soy sauce


procedure:
  • Everything's just a matter of mixing (mix the ground beef with the seasonings and herbs), frying the beef patties, removing most of the oil from the pan, then dumping the sliced red onions together with the crushed cloves {on to the pan} and sauteing the water spinach leaves with some drops of soy sauce till wilted! Whew, that's quite a long sentence!
  • I didn't add any salt while sauteing the leaves since the soy sauce is already salty.
  • Best served hot, together with steamed rice. Or you might want to pair that off with any type of loaf. Your choice. :)


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19 shared thoughts:

Dhemz at: Fri Feb 24, 12:23:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I would love to try your dish sis....oh, I love garlic...lalo na pag marami....:) sayang alang kangkong dito...hehehe!

maiylah at: Fri Feb 24, 12:38:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, sis! pwede mo gamitin siguro ung spinach dyan...lol. :)

Luna Miranda at: Fri Feb 24, 01:05:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i saw an interesting kangkong recipe this afternoon at Marketman's website. i'd go for the ground beef.:p

maiylah at: Fri Feb 24, 01:40:00 AM GMT+8 said...

oooh, will go and check later..sleepy na. lol. i know you'd go for the ground beef, LM! ;)

Redruby at: Fri Feb 24, 03:10:00 AM GMT+8 said...

this looks delish..my blog would love to join this yummy meme...will be backed for my entry..
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Redruby at: Fri Feb 24, 03:10:00 AM GMT+8 said...

followed you too in google..

Iska at: Fri Feb 24, 05:00:00 AM GMT+8 said...

The simpler the better... the way I like it, too :-) YUM!

Winnie at: Fri Feb 24, 05:30:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hi Mayilah
I love spinach, but don't eat meat (I'm a veg, but I must say that your dish looks very very good!

Julie at: Fri Feb 24, 06:28:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Yey for kangkong! The simpler the better talaga especially for the moms :D

Tetcha at: Fri Feb 24, 06:49:00 AM GMT+8 said...

What I like most about visiting here is I get to learn recipes that are super easy to do, and that's what work-at-home moms like me need. Oh by the way, thanks for featuring my Food Friday post last week! Seeing my previous week's write-up here is really a great way to start my day!

Oggi at: Fri Feb 24, 07:33:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I buy kangkong whenever I see them which is not often enough but my other favorite talbos ng kamote is always available whole year round, thank goodness.:)

Beef patties with loads of garlic sound great... look yummy too.

Pinoy Kitchenette at: Fri Feb 24, 02:12:00 PM GMT+8 said...

love the kangkong dish you have..
just had it also the other day with lots of garlic naman...

say cheese at: Fri Feb 24, 06:46:00 PM GMT+8 said...

ang sarap with kangkong pa! tuna naman sa akin :)

Heather @girlichef.com at: Fri Feb 24, 08:14:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Oh my gosh...anything with big, beautiful chunks of garlic in it like that is good by me. What a simple, delicious, healthy meal!

France @ Beyond The Peel at: Fri Feb 24, 10:41:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Hi Maiylah, thanks for hosting! I love the simplicity of your dish, especially when in a rush. Looks like good, wholesome food.

I'm sharing Prosciutto Wrapped Haloumi Cheese with a Fennel Apple Salad and 10 Whole Food Snacks That You Can Pack. Happy Friday!

wifetoalineman02 at: Sat Feb 25, 01:14:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I love spam and it is my face lunch meat here in America. Love your recipe too Sis, miss kangkong so bad :-( Visiting from Food Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-egg-omelet-for-breakfast/

Cheerful at: Sat Feb 25, 02:05:00 AM GMT+8 said...

delicious spam musubi sounds so interesting, wish i could try it. :) ground beef patty/meatballs will always be love by us...ma-try ko nga having it with kagkong on the side, thanks for sharing again as always! and yes, back here...i miss FF and your ideas in cooking plus those great food photo! have a great weekend.

Our Kitchen at: Sat Feb 25, 06:22:00 AM GMT+8 said...

foods here looks so yummy..joining for the first time..thanks for hosting..happy weekend!

kulasa at: Wed Feb 29, 08:56:00 AM GMT+8 said...

hhmmmmmm wow, looks so yummy! I think I am hungry again....It is my first time to blog walk here and loving everything I am seeing...I do not have a link to share yet though but I will surely comeback for one....God bless...happy healthy eating!

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