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This week's featured Food Friday player is...

Ms. Oggi, with her post Red Velvet Doughnuts, on her blog: I Can Do That!

I think doughnuts are fun to eat (and messy sometimes), and these red velvet doughnuts created by Ms. Oggi looks are utterly tempting! I wouldn't hesitate grabbing one...or two. lol. So perfect this season! Want to know how she made them? Click the picture above!
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Malabar Spinach, Corn and Pork Soup...this week's post.


Ingredients:

  • pork cuts (I used pork shoulder)
  • fresh corn, malabar spinach (also called alugbati in our part of the world)
  • salt, pepper, Italian seasoning
  • garlic and ginger (squashed)
  • fish sauce (optional)



Procedure:

  • Place pork cuts in pot with water, salt, pepper, Italian seasoning, garlic, and ginger. Boil, then keep simmering until tender.
  • Remove the kernels from the corn cob, then place into the pot with the pork cuts. Continue simmering until corn the gets cooked.
  • Adjust seasoning. Once satisfied, turn off heat and throw in the sliced malabar spinach leaves. Cover lid for a couple of minutes to allow the leaves to cook.
  • Best served hot.



My sister's alugbati plant was growing up so fast, I just couldn't resist taking some of it to cook at home. I was afraid my sons wouldn't like it, that's why I sliced the leaves instead of putting them whole in the soup. I really liked the almost earthy-like taste it gave to the broth...am sure I'll do this again when I have the chance. My kids liked it, too. Happy Me! :)

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8 shared thoughts:

Luna Miranda at: Fri Dec 14, 12:16:00 AM GMT+8 said...

my family eats alugbati, too. usually sauteed garlic and onions, pork or shrimps and mixed with squash. i don't like the slimy texture though.:p

KULAPITOT at: Fri Dec 14, 01:50:00 AM GMT+8 said...

nakakatakam namn!

Oggi at: Fri Dec 14, 03:01:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Yay, thanks for having my donuts featured. And my post this week is donuts. Again!:)

I love alugbati and the way you used it in this dish.

Yes, it's called Malabar spinach here and I buy both the green and purple stem varieties...can't tell the difference though.

Sherry at: Fri Dec 14, 10:43:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Nakatikim na ako niyan masarap talaga, sis. Yung sa relative ko naman dinurog yung corn :)

maiylah at: Fri Dec 14, 11:38:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@LM: ay, oo nga ano. love your version...gagawin ko rin yan!

@kulapitot: salamat!

@Ms. Oggi: happy that inLinkz chose your post! perfect sa season ngayon :)

@She: ay, masubukan nga rin yan, sis...parang mas ok yan!

thank you all for playing and leaving your link and comments! group hug!!! :)
enjoy the weekend!

Katherine Phillips at: Fri Dec 14, 10:54:00 PM GMT+8 said...

All this food looks so delicious!!

BiTi at: Sat Dec 15, 03:51:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I have to go look for alugbati now. Thanks for introducing a new veggie :-)

Tetcha Figuerres at: Tue Dec 18, 06:45:00 PM GMT+8 said...

If my son sees those red velvety doughnuts, I'm sure he'd ask me to buy donuts for him right now. Lol! We're also eating alugbati, but I didn't know that it's called malabar spinach in English. Now I know, thanks to your food post.

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