The first time I heard about Dalgona Coffe, I was curious about it and the taste. I’m a coffee lover. When it comes to coffee tasting, I am in! When I tried Dalgona coffee for the first time, I told myself, I have to have this coffee anytime. Of course, with a little research online, I learned how to make it. So, I made a short vlog on how I made Dalgona coffee a quick and easy way. I promise you it’s so easy. You won’t sweat, lol!
As of today, I may have found a new favorite dish to add to my recipe book list. It’s a baked chicken recipe. By the way, I purchased the recipe book from a thrift store a couple of months ago. Yes, you read it right from a #thrifstore. The recipe book was in excellent condition and was only $2.00! One of my favorite things to do is collecting recipe books. Today, I chose to try this recipe for lunch. I was also curious about how it would taste. I added a little twist to it. Well, it was excellent! I’m so glad I tried.♥♥♥
I also cooked a Filipino dish called “Ginisang Kalabasa, Chayote and Carrots” to go with the baked chicken. The term “Ginisa” in English is called “Saute,” and yes, it’s delicious!
FOR THE CHICKEN
Boneless chicken breast
Apple cider vinegar
Pinch of salt
HOW TO COOK THE CHICKEN:
Preheat oven 350 degrees
In a small bowl, combine the mustard, mayonnaise, apple cider vinegar, pepper, salt and garlic.
Place a foil on a baking pan and then coat it with cooking spray.
Place the chicken on the baking pan.
Place the chicken inside the oven and bake it for 45 minutes.
Let the juice cook the chicken.
Once cook, slice the chicken and serve hot.
FOR THE SAUTEED VEGGIES
Squash (peeled, sliced and cubed).
Chayote squash (peeled, sliced and cubed)
1 Onion (sliced)
Salt to taste
2 Tbsp cooking oil
1/2 cup water
HOW TO COOK THE SAUTEED VEGGIES:
On a heated pan, saute onion first. When onion turns transparent add the minced garlic.
Add in carrots. Let it simmer for 5 minutes.
Then, add both yellow squash and chayote squash. Let it simmer for 5 minutes.
My family loves El Paso Mexican Grill. This restaurant is one of our go-to restaurants to dine. They have two locations in the Twin Cities. One is located in West Monroe and the other one (bigger one) is located on Highway 165 in the Monroe area.
Every time we dine at El Paso I always order my most preferred meal, it’s called Beef Arrachera. Trust me, this one is so good! Also, my first-line refreshment is the non-alcoholic Mango Daiquiri. So tasty!
If you choose Beef Arrachera you’ll get: Grilled Sirloin Steak served over Onions with Rice, Charro Beans, Guacamole and Flour or Corn Tortillas. The Charro Beans are so amazing with the good sized ratio of bacon and sausage to beans and the savory broth! And the steak? I always cut the steak in half because it’s a little too much for me, that being said, I always take the rest home with me to devour when I get hungry.
Arby’s in West Monroe, La location opened not too long ago. I love the interior look of this place. I also love their wood-paneled wall. So far, this place is very clean! Now, If you haven’t tried their Jamocha shake yet, don’t wait too long, go there and try it now!