It’s been a busy month, as I was working and studying for an exam at the same time, BUT I am finally done the exam and can get back to blogging! Some posts to look forward to include egg-less pancakes, coq au vin, and butternut squash and blue cheese sauce. Everything tastes excellent, let me assure you that.
This post is about another breakfast I had with my friend Jan, and he cooked a Filipino breakfast. Unfortunately, no pics because I was not patient and starving so the photos were not good at all.
Our Filipino breakfast consisted of fried eggs (I had mine done over easy), sliced tomatoes, white rice, and a marinated meat that was cooked in a cast iron skillet. Here is the recipe for the meat:
- Beef round roast, cut thinly against the grain, and smashed to tenderize
- 3 tablespoons soy sauce
- 3 tablespoons sugar
- 5 tablespoons of white vinegar
- 2-3 cloves garlic
Mix ingredients above for marinade and place meat in it and coat thoroughly and leave overnight in fridge. Fry in a touch of oil. The meat has a salty-sour taste with a hint of sweetness. You can play with the marinade so that it is made to your taste. It was a very filling and delicious breakfast! Thank you Jan!