Since I will be staying home for the entire week, I make it a point to ask my mother to prepare some of my favorite local dishes. I would spare additional budget for us to share a sumptuous meal. Moments like this really make me feel how special and blessed I am with my family.
In our home, food is one thing that makes us happy. However, both my parents failed to pass the cooking tradition to their only daughter, who happens to currently write this post. :) While my mother prepares the food, I am the lazy pig who waits to be served with a great meal.
A number of my blog friends are mothers who regularly share their own delectable recipes. As much as I want to do my own recipe post, I can't. How can I share something that I don't possess? But today, I'll try to break that barrier. Haha! I will be sharing one of my family's favorite meal... our own NACHOS recipe
I know the Nachos doesn't even qualify as a decent recipe. But for a start, allow me to share the least dish I know how to prepare.
In my family, this is the Nacho recipe we prefer
Step 1. Saute the pork with the usual spices such as onion and garlic. Pour tomato or spaghetti sauce later to add flavor. If either is not available, you can use sweet flavored catsup as the last resort substitute.
Step 2. Slice the cabbage to strips.
Step 3. Prepare the nacho chips
Step 4. Mix the ground meat and sliced cabbage
|Please disregard the misplaced "white" French Onion Dip :)|
How about you? How do you prefer to have your Nachos? Do you have other unique yet healthy recipes? (Oh my! Am I turning to a food and cook blogger?)