Friday, November 7, 2008

Birthday Fare


I had a simple birthday celebration last month.
My family and I had lunch in our garden.

Dad cooked my favorite Chicken Adobo sa Gata using native
chickens which he raised in our backyard
. My sister Gay
cooked pork barbecue and Bam-i (noodles). She also surprised
me with Choco-Banana Crepe for dessert.

Here's my dad's Chicken Adobo sa Gata (chicken in coconut milk):



1 medium size chicken, cut into pieces
1/2 cup vinegar
1 head garlic, crushed
1 tbsp salt
1 tsp pepper
2 c coconut milk
1-1/2 c coco cream

Bring to a boil chicken with vinegar, garlic, salt and pepper.
Add coconut milk and simmer until chicken is tender.
Add coco cream and cook until it turns oily.
Serve hot.


I am submitting this to Ning
of Heart and Hearth who is hosting
GYO's # 20 round up.

12 comments:

Ning said...

Hi! Happy Happy Birthday! Sarap ng handa mo! :) Anything with gata is our favorite. Though, I'm looking for the sili? :)

doggybloggy said...

great birthday and fantastic dishes....

Jescel said...

looks like you had a pretty good bday celebration.... belated greetings!

Joie de vivre said...

I'm so excited you found me on Foodbuzz. I've never read a blog about Filipino food before. Very exciting for me as I love reading about food from other countries and cultures. That picture with the durian was interesting. I've never seen or heard of those before!

Yasmeen said...

Simple celebration indeed. Belated birthday wishes:)
Home grown chicken gravy must be yummier than any store bought chicken,YUM!

Peppercorn Press said...

Happy belated birthday! Your birthday feast leaves my mouth watering. I love anything with coconut milk and can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

Vicki said...

Happy Birthday!

I've never had adobo with coconut milk before, I may try this!

Everything's Herbed said...

thank you all. it was a nice simple celebration.

this is really one of my favorite dish. hope you all get to try it.

ning, dad isnt fond of sili. of course i can't complain cause he's the cook! ha ha ha)

Jude said...

Happy birthday! Nice spread :)

Kirstin said...

This looks great, and I'm wondering where I can find coconut cream in California- SF Bay Area region. In a Asian centered grocery store? Would the label say "coconut cream?" Thanks for sharing your family recipe.

Everything's Herbed said...

thanks kuya jude :)

kirstin, you can try your local asian grocery. it is usually in can or in tetra packs...happy eating!

mikky said...

what a way to celebrate... lovely feast... belated happy birthday... :)

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...