Lunch: Beef Stir-Fry with Eggplants and Cauliflower
Dinner: Chicken Arroz Caldo (with lots of fried garlic bits)
Beef Satay with Peanut Sauce
Inihaw na Chorizo
Lunch was ok. It would have been better if we got a tender cut of beef. Bought the local beef from Rustan's Supermarket and boy it was TOUGH!!!! When will I ever learn???? Everytime I buy beef from them, it always comes out tough when cooked. I don't know if it's my cooking method or their beef. Anyhow, I will try to stay away from them from now on.
On to dinner. I don't expect the Beef Satay to be tender because it came from the same source as the beef used for lunch's stir fry. I used an instant marinade. It smelled good though. To pair with it, I made peanut sauce for dipping. I used the receipe found here. It is easy to do and no cooking required. It's not the same satay sauce that I know from my memory but it will do. I think I will have enough left-over for me to whip us Peanut-Sesame noodles. I still got a pack of soba noodles waiting to be used.
Pictures to follow.