In The Kitchen: Nilaga

I’ve been having a hard time deciding on what to serve for lunch and dinner lately. If you are surrounded with picky eaters, I guess this really happens. It’s just so hard to prepare for a meal that will best suite 2 adults, a 4th grader and a toddler. It’s definitely a challenge to come up with something everyone would like, appreciate, and benefit from it too.

And as I was much more concerned about the kids, I decided to serve what we call “Nilagang Baboy” or Pork Stew. It’s healthy, and the vegetable ingredients are something that I already have in the fridge, if not, can easily be bought in the neighborhood veggie store. Good thing I bought Pork ribs the other day at the grocery and was able to serve the family everyone can enjoy. Keanna and I hoard on with the Cabbage while Roey loved the potatoes and the soup. Daddy concentrated with the pork with his favorite soy sauce dip. It was a sumptuous meal, I must say.

Tara let’s eat!

One thought on “In The Kitchen: Nilaga

  • 2011/12/14 at 9:03 AM
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    I was hungry when I saw this that made me click the post. I can more rice than usual kapag Nilaga or sinigang ulam, I like nilagang baka better.

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