March 11, 2010

pork soup with chayote

A soup is good for cold times especially the season is winter. Today, my food trip for Friday is pork soup fresh from the pot and from my stove. :-) I was not able to take a pic on the bowl because I was drooling to ate it! Ha! :-) That is pork with chayote then spices like tomato, fresh bell peppers, pork bouillon, ginger, red round onion, scallions or onion leaves (green), and a bit of salt. The recipe is so simple to which I think most wives or peeps who are assigned for the kitchen knew. To those who don't, I boiled two cups of water with the spices on it (excluding onion leaves, fresh bell peppers, salt and pork bouillon). As it was already boiled, I put the pork (1/4 pound) and a dash of salt and let it boiled again. Once it was reboiled, I put the pork bouillon and let it dissolved through pinching it on a ladle and mix it all-together with the other stuffs in the pot. Then I put the bell peppers and onion leaves. When it was about to boiled, I turned-off the stove and done! Eating time.. :-)

22 Comments:

  1. Anne said...
    abi ko tinola ni lola... apil sad ko diay FTF na hahaha..

    Hidlaw jud ko sabaw lola oi.
    FoodTripFriday said...
    It's like Tinola but instead of chicken,it's pork :)
    Guiltless Grub said...
    Perfect on cold days...
    Self Sagacity said...
    I love the combo. It sure looks delicious.
    chubskulit said...
    Yummy yummy, parang naririnig ko na yung tunog ng higp mo sa sabaw lol.

    My first time cooking Black Bean Chicken.
    Mylene said...
    Similar with Chicken tinola, except that instead of chicken you used Pork. One good deviation ;)
    shydub said...
    Does your husband eat that kind of stuff tsang? sus akoa dili jd basta mga sabaw. ako ra mo habhab, busog kaayo ko. hehe tabangan tika lamoy ana day
    Cecile said...
    soup is perfect on a cold day...sarap nito lalo na at may kasamang gulay, yum!
    analou said...
    Kalame baje higop-higopon dani baje especially when its cold outside.........
    Cacai M. said...
    woizzt mga gwaps nga food trippers, thanks a lot for being here..

    @ Lola Anne, heheh.. lagi gani^ lang ky pork xa.. like what Ate Willa said..

    @ Guiltless Grub, Te Ces and Mylene, yeah you guys are right --- it is really perfect for cold days.

    @ Self Sagacity.. heheh.. so you love combo.. that's great!

    @ chucskulit, manang kow.. hehehe.. you got it right! nyahaha.. sarap kasi.. :-) Sure will look your first black bean chicken..

    @ Tsang Shy, oops no my dear husband don't like this kind of soap.. heheh.. he just only like soap in cans.. :-( but perhaps one day he will like this should he likes to taste.. :-) and sure Tsang kitang duha higop ani.. heheh.. :-)

    Again, thanks guys for being here.. ~hugs&kisses~
    Clarissa said...
    Just the right soup for colder days!Yum!!!
    Cacai M. said...
    Thanks Te Clang.. oo nga for colder days.. soup is the best!
    Secondary Roads said...
    That looks so tasty! I haven't had chayote since we left Ecuador (nearly 35 years ago). I can detect a Spanish influence in your recipes.
    Cacai M. said...
    Thanks Chuck.. I guess my clan was influenced with a lot of Spanish stuffs and the cultures or traditions too since were under Spanish colonial era for 333 years, in fact, I have Flores in my blood which shows the evidence. Thanks for being here my friend and for the share.. I just now knew that chayote is Spanish. Thanks Chuck.. ~hugs~
    Jenn said...
    looks good cai. sinigang ni? or soup lang na ordinary. lami a kaha ani oi.
    Cacai M. said...
    Jenn, ordinary lang ni nga soup gwapz.. kalimot ko og butang sinigang mix naa mn diay ako.. anyhow, naa mn gud pod ako fresh nga mga spices.. thanks for being here gwapz.. ~hugs~
    Dhemz said...
    ayay kalami...naa pa diha madam sis? murag payts kaau ni kay gaulana today...lol!
    Cacai M. said...
    woizzt.. nyahaha.. madam sis, nag-ulana diay dha sa inyoha? Dre sa amo ky wla mn kalooy sa Dios.. heheh.. next time nlng hatdan ta ka.. weee.. thanks for being here madam sis.. muahhh!
    Arlene said...
    HI Cai, abi ko tinolang manok yan. :)

    Happy weekend!
    Cacai M. said...
    Hi Arlene, oo nga para tinolang manok ano.. nang dahil sa chayote.. hehe.. thanks for being here Lene.. ~hugs~
    acmumcee said...
    ang unang tingin ko eh tinola.. so siguro eto ay pork tinola? hehe.. pero i don't put kamatis kase on my tinola and haven't tried this pork soup yet..
    Dorothy L said...
    Your photo looks delicious. I would have to have it without the pork though...but all in all is sounds and looks very tasty :)

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