Dynamite Recipe - Chili Cheese Sticks

4:17 PM 0

My kids' nanny have been hankering about dynamite chili cheese sticks for a while now that I finally gave in and made some. And because they look so pretty when they were done, I decided to just add this dynamite recipe over here so I can show you how cute these babies are.

Mind you, they may look small but these dynamite rolls are packed with flavor. A popular appetizer here in the Philippines especially in the Visayan region, this is best eaten with a drink ready!

Dynamite Recipe - Chili Cheese Sticks

Not recommended for kids of course, but my 12 year old son who loves spicy food enjoyed this one. My husband? Let's just say he ate most of them. Although I love spicy food, I could only handle two. Loser. 

It wasn't really super hot at first but it does cause a nice explosion in the mouth after a while. 

Dynamite Recipe - Chili Cheese Sticks
Dynamite or Chili Cheese Sticks are great as an appetizer but it is also a popular pulutan in this side of the world. Great paired with beer! 

Dynamite Recipe - Chili Cheese Sticks


Another important tip before you try this dynamite recipe; use plastic gloves when handling your chili or your hands may feel like it has been doused with mentholated oil for the rest of the day. Trust me on this one. 


Let's get cooking!

Ingredients

  • 15 green cayenne pepper (siling haba/espada)
  • 15 spring roll wrappers
  • cheddar cheese sliced into thin strips
  • Oil for deep frying



Instructions

  • Cut a slit on one side of the chili, de-seed, wash and pat dry with a paper towel
  • Insert sliced cheese inside the chili
  • Wrap chili with lumpia wrapper leaving the stem exposed and seal with a bit of water
  • Deep fry for about 2-3 minutes or until golden brown, turning it over at least once 
  • Serve warm with mayonnaise as a dip

What do you think? What's the spiciest food you've ever eaten? Share them with me in the comments!
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Oreo Float Recipe

2:53 PM 0

One of the most popular posts from my old blog is the Oreo Float Recipe and I am re-posting it here because this is one of my favorite desserts in the whole wide world. So easy to make, too! It's basically layering the good stuff and freezing it. No-sweat but I guarantee this will impress any chocolate lover you know!
Oreo Float Recipe

I also like freezing this overnight because I like my Oreo Float a little hard but if you can't wait that long, freeze it for at least 2-3 hours before serving. I know that 2-3 hours is a long wait but trust me, this is going to be worth it!
Oreo Float Recipe


Great for summer desserts at home or for any special occasion. This is also great for the upcoming Mother's Day! Go ahead and make one for your mom, what better way to show your love than a plateful of goodness!

Also, you can totally adjust the sweetness by adding more or or cutting the amount of condensed milk. You can also add more Oreo cookies if you want!


Ingredients


  • 2 packs 137g Vanilla Filled Oreo Cookies, crushed
  • 1 can 300 ml condensed milk
  • 2 boxes 250 ml all purpose cream


Instructions

  • Crush Oreo Cookies, set aside
  • Mix all purpose cream and condensed milk in a bowl
  • Prepare clean containers, serving dish or mugs
  • sprinkle crushed Oreo Cookies on the bottom of your serving dish
  • cover with 1/4 of your cream and condensed milk mix
  • sprinkle crushed Oreo cookies on top
  • Repeat until you've used up all your ingredients



I dare you not to eat a cookie nor lick the cream off your mixing spoon while making this.

Impossible, I know.

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If you like no-bake recipes, you may also enjoy this Mango Float Recipe.

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Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe

1:57 PM 0

This Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe has been tried and tested so many times at home and it always comes out good. I may not be the best cook but if someone would ask me what dish I cook best? It would be this. People who have tried this have nothing to say but good words. Never mind that those people happen to be my family and friends. LOL

I promise, this is a really good Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe! And it's pretty easy to make, too! With only 6 main ingredients that are easy to find and light on the budget so you can whip this up anytime you want to serve something fancy to your family without messing up your budget.

I've tried using Parmesan cheese and butter before and it came out good but we know that both ingredients can be expensive, right?. No worries, the good 'ol Eden cheese and margarine just work fine. As a matter of fact, my kids like it better whenever I use the less expensive counterparts!
Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe


Let's get cooking!

Ingredients

500 grams Fettuccine Pasta
2 boxes all purpose cream
180 grams grated Kraft Eden cheese
225 grams Magnolia Buttercup Margarine
1/2 kilo chicken fillet sliced into bite-sized pieces
2 tablespoons minced garlic

Instructions

Cook Fettuccine Pasta according to directions, set aside
Melt and heat your margarine in a large pan
Add chicken and cook until golden brown
Add garlic and cook until golden brown
Add all purpose cream and cook for 2 minutes, stirring constantly
Add half of your grated cheese into the pan and stir until melted
Add cooked pasta and mix well
Serve warm garnished with grated cheese and chopped parsley (parsley is optional)

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe


There you have it! A fancy dinner fit for a king! 


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Minatamis na Saging Recipe

12:55 AM 1
One of my favorite desserts is minatamis na saging. There's something​ about this sweet Pinoy dessert that makes me feel at home. It may be the sweet tender plantains or the thick coconut stew but it is such a comfort food for me. 

It reminds me of high school days. I would save my daily allowance by skipping snacks at school so I could go to everybody's favorite carenderia strip in Iligan which we called "turunan sa Ilaya" after class dismissal. The place served the best minatamis na saging back in the days. It has been a while since I ate there and I sure miss the place. 


Now, whenever I feel like eating minatamis na saging, I simply make it at home. Some would make this without the coconut milk and cream but it just doesn't seem satisfying. For me, anyways. 

Also, I always look for over ripe plantains because they are sweeter and since they are already tender, it lessens the cooking time. 

Ready to get cooking?


Ingredients

  • 8-10 ripe plantains, sliced
  • a cup of brown sugar
  • 2 cups of coconut milk (2nd extraction)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup of coconut cream (kakang gata)

Instructions

  • Place sliced plantains and coconut mik in a pot and cook for 10-15 minutes over low fire or until plantains are cooked and tender
  • Add vanilla extract
  • Add coconut milk and simmer for about 2 minutes
  • Remove from heat and serve!
  • If you want it chilled, let it sit until it's no longer hot before popping it in the fridge



That's it! Easy peasy, wasn't it?
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