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FTF # 103: My Singapore Food Street

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Okay, enough for the segue, here’s another food post for the start of February.  Hey,  time simply flew away! Where have all those days gone? Am I too busy not to notice the time or the time just  flew  by so fast?

Yesterday, after visiting and shopping at Grand Baby Fair (happening on February 1.2.3. at MEGATRADE HALL 2 & 3) soft opening, we went around the mall and before heading home, we decided to have our  dinner at My Singapore Food Street.   So, here are the photos last night. My daughter said  that the restaurant just had their soft opening that day too as posted.   Because Singapore is unusual unlike Chinese or Japanese, off  we tried and here’s what we ordered.

Charsiew Pork (roasted pork  marinated in tomato sauce and special spices)

Satay Chicken (grilled chicken marinated in special spices, ginger, lemongrass and onion.) Served with special sauce.  The sauce is tasty.  I could taste some curry flavorings.

Black Pepper Beef served with plain rice and scrambled egg

The food was great though I find the Satay a bit dry.  For hungry tummy and big eater,  one serving wouldn’t be enough. We did not order drinks because it was quite expensive, something like P80 -100 (more or less $2) for iced tea, so we settled for free cold water.  🙂   We’re not used to soda and ice tea at home anyway.

2nd Floor, SM Megamall
beside Mango

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FTF #102: Arroz a la cubana

According to Wikipedia, Arroz a la cubana is a Spanish dish consisting of rice, a fried egg and tomato sauce. It is served with sunny side up egg and plantain banana (saba).

Here is my own version of Arroz a la cubana using only tomato instead of tomato sauce.

1/2 kilo beef
1 pc carrot, cut into small cubes
two tomatoes, cut into small cubes
2 tbsp raisins
1 bell pepper
1 onion
minced garlic
2 tbsp olive oil

Saute garlic, onion. Add the beef, tomato, bell pepper and raisins. Season with salt and pepper
Serve with fried cooked sunny side up and plantain banana (saba)


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FTF #101: Spicy Tomato and Cream

This is an easy recipe using Spicy Tomato & Cream from Del Monte. We always include at least five packs of different gourmet sauces in our grocery cart  for easy cooking, when we crave for pasta or when I couldn’t think of  any snack for my kids  after  school.

Prepare pasta, usually it takes only 12 to 15 minutes. Make sure it is ‘Al Dente’ or firm.

Sautee garlic, onion (optional, you can just reheat the sauce)   tuna chunks or flakes and Del Monte Spicy Tomato & Cream. Easy right?  Add olives. (optional) Serve with cheese  and you’re done. Yummy!


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