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

Ms. Czjai, with her post: Kalbi Taco, on her blog The Rebel Sweetheart.

It has been ages since I last had taco ... not because I don't like them, but because there seems to be something else in the menu that catches my attention. This kalbi taco shot looks real tempting and makes me want to make my own! Click on the shot above and see how you can make yours!
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This week's post is inspired by an instagram post (which she also shared here with us, two Food Friday weeks ago) by Teacher Julie, her Banana and Egg Pancakes. I was intrigued with the way she incorporated plantain into her pancake, and I know I just had to make mine, too. I did some modifications on my pancake, though, that's why am calling it Banana, Oats, and Cinnamon Pancake. Or maybe you can call it "Whatever-Is-Available Pancake", since I just used whatever I had at that moment. I had to buy the bananas, though. :P


  • 4 bananas (i used ripe saba bananas)
  • 2 teaspoonfuls honey
  • 1 large egg
  • 3 tablespoons rolled oats
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • salt


  • Combine everything.
  • Heat a pan and add a bit of oil. Put a tablespoon (or whatever is convenient for you) of the mixture into the hot pan. I chose to put a lid over mine and steam it at the same time - found out it cooks faster this way which lessens the time the other side touches the pan (and prevents burning).
  • Warm, room temperature, or straight from the refrigerator, I liked it!

I actually cooked this as my brunch a couple of days ago. I wasn't able to eat everything all at once so the rest went to the refrigerator. Eating this reminds me of "nilupak na saba" (mashed unripe saba bananas with the meat of a young coconut), which my yaya used to make. I actually ate the rest as the day progressed, and every time I passed by the refrigerator, though. lol. Yes, it was gone before the day was done. :P

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6 shared thoughts:

Winnie at: Fri Sep 27, 12:33:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Maiylah - these pancakes look fantastic!
I'd definitely love to try them :)

Thank you for another party and I wish you a great weekend

Oggi at: Fri Sep 27, 03:58:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Oh I like that idea of ingredients. The pancakes look good.

Jenn at: Fri Sep 27, 09:44:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hmmm.... I will go check Teacher Julie's post. Pancakes and oatmeal is something I want to try but I haven't really tried it yet.

Czjai at: Fri Sep 27, 05:49:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for the feature sis! I appreciate it! :)

Intelliblog at: Sat Sep 28, 03:28:00 PM GMT+8 said...

They both look delicious!
Thanks for hosting.

maiylah at: Thu Oct 03, 05:06:00 PM GMT+8 said...

@Winnie: hope you'll like it! :)

@Ms. Oggi: yes, relatively healthy set. :)

@Jenn: try it one of these days, Jenn!

@Czjai: am happy inlinkz chose your post, sis! delicious!

@Nick: thanks, Nick!

appreciate much the food posts again this week, guys (and gals)!!!
I learned something new again!!!

enjoy the rest of the week!! <3

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