matagal ko na talaga gusto makagawa ng Pata tim na inin or mlapot na sauce, reduced
ang secret pala ay beer, pineapple juice, brown sugar at star anise
with onions, garlic celery, ground pepper
1 head garlic (minced)
3 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons Oyster sauce
1 tablespoon rice wine
1 tablespoon patis
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 cup pork or beef stock
2 tablespoons cornstarch in 4 tablespoons water
1 tablespoon Dona Elena Pure Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon garlic
4 pieces lettuce leaves (sliced)
6 pieces Shiitake mushrooms (whole)
2 Star Anise (optional)
1. In a pot, boil pork leg until tender and keep stock.
2. Baste pork leg with soy sauce and brown in oil.
3. In another casserole, boil water and put in pork legs to take out oil.
4. Take out pork legs and discard water, take bones out and discard.
5. In a baking dish, arrange pork.
6. In a bowl, mix oyster sauce, rice wine, fish sauce, cornstarch diluted in water and sesame oil and soy sauce.
7. Pour in mixture to pork leg.
8. Steam pork leg for an hour or until cooked.
9. Saute lettuce and shiitake mushrooms in olive oil, garlic, star anise (optional) and oyster sauce until tender then make a bed for the Pata Tim
There you have one recipe using Dona Elena cooking oil. This 2009, moms can try to putting a healthier twist to traditional lucky dishes by using Dona Elena olive oil in their preparation. The Pata Tim cooked in extra virgin cooking pol, on the other hand can reduce the risk of cancer while promising you a New Year filled with prosperity.
“Olive oils contain unsaturated fats that are less oxidized as compared to more common cooking oils,” says Professor Callanta, a UP professor. “Oxidized cholesterol from the more common cooking oils sticks to the artery walls and from the plaques that lead to heart attacks and strokes”.
Happy healthy cooking!
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