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

Ms. Jenn who blogs over at Tara Let's Eat with her blog post: A Refreshing Break

I really have a lovely time whenever I visit Ms. Jenn's food blog since she not only writes well, she also takes yummy food shots (and we all know that yummy shots plus good writing is a lethal combo specially when you have a food blog!). Do visit her; you won't be disappointed if you're looking for anything food, and give yourself a yummy treat as well!
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This week's food post is another simple, easy, and fast dish: Ground Pork with Onions. I honestly prefer fast, easy, and healthy dishes (that doesn't mean i don't love eating food that takes-eons-to-prepare-and-cook, of course! lol) since sometimes I don't have the luxury of cooking ahead of time.  I know I will, one of these days. :)


Ingredients:

  • ground pork (around 1/4 kg)
  • red onion (2 big ones, or you may use white onion, sliced)
  • garlic (3 cloves, diced)
  • soy sauce, black pepper, salt, Italian seasoning, cooking oil
  • boiled egg, steamed rice



Procedure:

  • Make sure the ground pork is properly thawed. Put in pan with a bit of water (around half a cup). Add soy sauce, pepper, salt, and the Italian seasoning. Let simmer until the water evaporates.
  • You may add a tablespoon or two of your preferred cooking oil, if there isn't enough oil to saute the sliced onions and diced garlic. Mix well, until the onions turns translucent. You may add some more seasonings at this point.
  • Once you're satisfied, remove from heat and place cooked pork on top of steamed rice, together with boiled egg.
  • Done!



This dish is so simple, so you may add other herbs/spices or anything else to it (maybe even a veggie). Your call. All I know that day was that I wasn't really in a mood to think what to cook...I just wanted to have something hot and substantial to appease my growling stomach. lol.

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9 shared thoughts:

anney at: Thu Aug 16, 11:59:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Pag busy o kulang sa oras ganyan dapat niluluto!Simple yet delicious!

Dexie at: Fri Aug 17, 01:35:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Oh I love this. I make something similar with ground beef and cubed potatoes. It's so filling with rice. And, it's so easy to make.

Oggi at: Fri Aug 17, 07:52:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I would add spicy banana ketchup to this simple easy to prepare ulam and on top of the boiled egg too.:)

Arlene at: Fri Aug 17, 08:05:00 AM GMT+8 said...

The featured foodie looks so deliciously sinful. ^^

My entry is now up, Mhai. Hope to be back later tonight or in the days to come to visit foodie entries. ^^

Have a great weekend!

KGilbert at: Fri Aug 17, 08:25:00 PM GMT+8 said...

This looks Yummy! !#

Nicholas V. at: Fri Aug 17, 11:55:00 PM GMT+8 said...

That sounds like a nice and simple, but tasty, pork dish. Must try it!

Thanks for hosting.

Jenn at: Sat Aug 18, 10:46:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for featuring my Food Friday post last week. :) Happy weekends!

Jessica Cassidy at: Sat Aug 18, 09:50:00 PM GMT+8 said...

yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy the cake is perfect for dessert after eating your delish ground pork Sis
:-) ginutum tuloy ako :-) Dropping by from Food Friday :-)

Kero at: Sun Aug 19, 03:48:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hi there! My first time to join your meme.

Thank you for sharing the pork n onion recipe. i can follow the simple steps and will try next week. Would love it with lots of freshly ground pepper.

My entry is here: http://www.mrspinkihan.com/armanis-signature-white-chocolate-cheesecake/

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