Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Dulce de Leche French Toast

What do you usually do with your stale bread? If I’m not lazy I will make a bread pudding but the easiest way to save the stale bread is making French Toast.  

Last Sunday, I’ve made Dulce de Leche French Toast. The steps is the same with French Toast, the only difference is the spread, you can use Nutella or any spread you want.

2 eggs 
1/2 cup milk 
1/2 tbsp of sugar 
6 slices of bread 
1/2 tbsp cinnamon powder (optional) 

1.Beat egg, milk, and sugar. 
2.Spread Dulce de Leche in one slice of bread and put another slice of bread to make a sandwich. 
3.Soak the bread in egg mixture just enough to coat the bread.

4.Heat your pan and put butter. 
5.Place your bread in pan and cook until golden brown, about 2 to 3 minutes on each side, 
6.Slice in half and serve.

*You can add cinnamon in your egg mixture or sprinkle it before serving the French Toast.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Raising a Reader

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I’ve been quite busy for the last two weeks that is why I seldom update this blog. I was busy with school and chores so I really have no energy to write a post. Anyway, today has no classes because of Typhoon Luis and Laguna is under yellow warning sign so I have time to blog. 

Last September 4, my son asked me to go to school because he wanted to borrow books. I was happy because for the very first time he will use his library card. It is one of the reasons why I have no time to blog because I was in school for almost a week. I have to teach my son how to borrow books and how to return the books. 

It was only last Friday that I was able to teach him how to return the books because most of the time nandyan na teacher ng anak ko hindi pa bukas library, it supposed to be open at 7am and my son’s class is 7:15am. It is really important that he knows how to return the books or else may penalty kami pag late return. 

I used to buy books so I can raise a reader but I notice that my son prefers watching movies, playing ipad or toys than reading books. I admit that we don’t read everyday so I was really glad that my son wanted to borrow books. We read those books after we finished his homework. So far we have borrowed 6 books. 

I told him not borrow last Friday because we have to study na for his second monthly test, after exam na lang.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Oven Baked Steak + Gravy Sauce

Steak is one of favorite food so I always look for steak if we’re eating on buffet. Happy na ko pag may steak but of course it should be tender and flavorful. I do cook grilled steak at home but it was year 2011 when I first tried to cook Oven Baked Steak, see it here.  

I can’t remember the last time I cooked Oven Baked Steak so last Sunday, I cooked this again so we can try the Gravox Traditional Gravy. Yes, I also bought this aside from Gravox Roast Chicken with Herbs Gravy.  

Preheat oven to 225C 
Season the beef. I only used pepper, salt and garlic. 

Sear the beef in butter. 

Put slices of butter on top of beef and bake for 30 minutes or depending on your preferred doneness. 

It was a hit again to my family and my son even said, “Mommy I love beef”. The gravy sauce is good and my husband told me again na kalasa ng Gavox gravy sauce yung gravy ng ibang restaurant na nakainan niya. I still have half kilo of beef in my fridge so I will cook this again.


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