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lengua estofada

lengua estofada

Delicioso pastel de jamón cocido rápido y con pocos ingredientes. Vamos a necesitar: Pan de molde 5 huevos 3 tomates 600 gr. jamón cocido o paleta cocida 150 gr. mantequilla 200 ml. leche queso para gratinar sal y pimienta. Pre-calentamos el horno a 180º. Retiramos la corteza del pan de molde y aplicamos una fina ... ver más >>>:

Delicioso pastel de jamón cocido rápido y con pocos ingredientes. Vamos a necesitar: Pan de molde 5 huevos 3 tomates 600 gr. jamón cocido o paleta cocida 150 gr. mantequilla 200 ml. leche queso para gratinar sal y pimienta. Pre-calentamos el horno a 180º. Retiramos la corteza del pan de molde y aplicamos una fina ... ver más >>>:

Pizza de espinacas

Pizza de espinacas

Makkelijke Maaltijd: Gevulde pastaschelpen met spinazie - Uit Paulines Keuken

Makkelijke Maaltijd: Gevulde pastaschelpen met spinazie - Uit Paulines Keuken

Rejilla de Salchicha

Rejilla de Salchicha

Nilagang Gulay - Petchay Baguio, Petchay Tagalog, Repolyo, sibuyas, Bawang, Kamatis, Siling malaki,  Salt. Calamansi at toyo para sa sawsawan. One of my vegetable soup viands for the week.

Nilagang Gulay - Petchay Baguio, Petchay Tagalog, Repolyo, sibuyas, Bawang, Kamatis, Siling malaki, Salt. Calamansi at toyo para sa sawsawan. One of my vegetable soup viands for the week.

Adobo, the national dish of the Philippines, is a dish—typically pork, chicken, or both—braised in seasoned vinegar which reduces to a sweet-sour-savory sauce.

Adobo, the national dish of the Philippines, is a dish—typically pork, chicken, or both—braised in seasoned vinegar which reduces to a sweet-sour-savory sauce.

Dinuguan comes from the root word dugo, or blood. This dish is so named because it is a stew made with the blood of a freshly-slaughtered pig. Traditionally cooked using a mixture of pork cheeks, lungs and intestines, this version — made with pork belly, cheeks and liver — should make the not-too-adventurous less squeamish. …

Dinuguan comes from the root word dugo, or blood. This dish is so named because it is a stew made with the blood of a freshly-slaughtered pig. Traditionally cooked using a mixture of pork cheeks, lungs and intestines, this version — made with pork belly, cheeks and liver — should make the not-too-adventurous less squeamish. …

Roasted Red Pepper and Chipotle Pepper in Adobo  Angel Hair Pasta | Cravings of a Lunatic | Perfect quick and easy dinner recipe!

Roasted Red Pepper and Chipotle Pepper in Adobo Angel Hair Pasta | Cravings of a Lunatic | Perfect quick and easy dinner recipe!

Chocolate Rouland from Uncle Cheffy's... oh so yummy!

Chocolate Rouland from Uncle Cheffy's... oh so yummy!

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