When I asked my husband yesterday right before he left for work what he wanted for dinner he said to make something with pork. That Man loves me dearly. He knows I would die if I don’t eat pork once a week. Oh alright, 3 times a week. After thinking for a bit what I could make with the pack of boneless pork chops I came up with pork roulade. And because I’m awesome, I decided to wrap the pork roulade with bacon too. Pork on pork, BABY!. While at it, I figured I’d make a video bog out of it too. So let’s get to it. A printable recipe would still be available after the videos for reference.
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If someone would ask me to name 2 Korean dishes that I love, easily I’d say kimchi and bulgogi. The spiciest the better, especially kimchi. The pork bulgogi I made for tonight’s dinner doesn’t have the spicy flavor that I really love because I wanted my son to enjoy dinner too without drinking a gallon of water by the end of the night, hah. To continue my light dinner plans, instead of rice, I decided to serve the pork bulgogi with corn tortillas, then the husband added a few flour tortillas as well.
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These Broiled Teriyaki Pork & Veggies Kebabs is part of my “Budget Cooking: How To Stretch A 6 Pounds Pork Shoulder Into 5 Dishes For Family of 4″ series. This is dish #2. The original plan was to make these kebabs as one of our July 4th grubs but we ended up joining my brother-in-law’s family to be with their friends. My husband still had to work that day so we joined them a little bit later in the day. My point is, cooking the kebabs was just not ideal. I brought the chocolate cake truffle pops at the party instead. Teriyaki Pork & Veggies Kebabs ended up being dinner the following day, the 5th.
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This is the first installment of my Budget Cooking: How To Stretch A 6 Pounds Pork Shoulder Into 5 Dishes For Family of 4 series. The $7.67 pork shoulder is technically 5.99 pounds but I’m just going to round it up to an even 6 pounds. This size of pork shoulder itself is good for either huge family dinners, formal or holiday dinners cooked as: Baked Pork Roast With Dry Rub, Crockpot Cooking: Southern Pork Barbeque, or give a couple more pounds to make a Lechon Kawali aka Deep Fried Pork Roast. But today, I’m going to show you how you can divide a pork shoulder to stretch into 5 different dishes to serve on different nights, for a family of 4.
FYI, the pictures are not glamorous because this is a real kitchen not some fancy decorated kitchen from a Food Network show. If you’re a vegetarian, well, don’t click “read more”…
There’s the evidence of $7.67 price...Read More
Pardon the simplicity of this pork & broccoli stir-fry but I’m writing about it here because I’m still trying to remember what I put in the marinade of another pork dish that I meant to write about. It’s funny how I have a photographic memory on dishes I see on cooking shows or visited food blogs but I can’tr remember my own recipe. I should really start writing down my own recipes. Yah know, using a pen and a paper.
Anyhoooooo, so this pork & broccoli stir-fry, well, at least it’ll add up into the archives.
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Like I’ve said many times before, Tocino is one of my most favorite Filipino dishes. It comes after pork adobo. I will forever profess my love to JMOM for teaching me how to make homemade tocino. So anyhooo, while blog hopping the Link Friday entries the other week, I came upon Tara, Let’s Eat recipe of Tocinokatsu. I’ve never heard of Tocinokatsu before until that day.
Tocinokatsu is basically your regular tocino, then breaded in breadcrumbs then fried in oil. It makes sense right? I decided right then that I am definitely making some as soon as I get a hold of some pork. So I did, and my whole world made total sense even more.
When I’m cooking with tomato sauce and wine combo, I’m usually using chicken but for a change I decided to use pork the other day. I actually thought I was doing the braised method but my husband called it “stewed” when he saw the dish so I figured Stewed Pork In Tomato Sauce & White Wine would be a good name for this dish.Read More
This Pork Cutlets In Cream Of Mushroom & White Wine Sauce is more like lemon chicken except instead of lemon juice and chicken stock in the sauce or gravy (as my kids call it), I used a can of cream of mushroom and about a cup of white wine. Use whatever leftover white whine you’ve got. The combination was creamy and delicious with a slight sweet kick in the flavor thanks to the wine.
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When I made the homemade baked pork barbecue buns back in February, I did mention that I set aside 4 buns to steam which is mostly known as siopao. There is an easy way to make siopao using biscuit dough but if you want to feel accomplished after dealing with flour, yeast, kneading and dough rising then continue reading this post.Read More
I was watching Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate show a couple of weeks ago and the topic was something about Bar-B-Que. Chef Chris Cosentino picked baked pork bbq buns from Yank Sing in San Francisco. I just kept hearing whispers, “you can make that” over and over again. And I said, “you damn right I could.” My baked pork buns were not as pretty as the ones from Yank Sing but I’m proud of my buns, nonetheless.
For the dough, you could actually u...Read More