KANI SALAD SANDWICH

A few days ago, I was asked by our executive producer to do an easy to prepare sandwich for our morning show. Only one recipe came to my mind, my mom’s Kani Salad Sandwich which we serve at Sarah’s in Diliman, Q.C. 
Here are the things you need to prepare:
Mayonnaise (Japanese or not will do)

All purpose cream

Salt

Pepper

Sugar

Crab sticks 

Lettuce

Tomatoes 

Cucumber

Carrots

White onions

Sesame oil

Wheat bread
First, mix the mayo and the all purpose cream (3:1 ratio). Add a dash of salt and pepper and a little sugar too. Season to taste. 
Cut the crab sticks, cucumber and carrot, into long thin strips. Then, slice your tomatoes and onions thinly.
Add everything in your mixture (except for your lettuce). Add a few drops of sesame oil into the mixture. The sesame oil is your game changer in this recipe. But be careful, too much of sesame oil can be overwhelming. Mix them well. 
Spread the mixture on your bread and add your lettuce. You may also add ripe mango or thinly sliced apples (which I prefer) to your sandwich. The salad can last for 2 days when stored properly. Its heavy on the tummy and is actually good as a meal! 

 

Kani Salad Sandwich – kathCooksPH.com
 
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GROUND PORK FIESTA

People are so busy nowadays and cooking at home has now been a luxury compared to dining out or buying take out food. I have realized this now that I have a new job, and still doing all the house chores. I am currently working on different recipes with fast prep time since hubby told me that he misses my cooking. That is actually the saddest thing he has told me. Anyway, here’s one recipe I have come across with and incorporated a little bit of Kath’s kitchen magic…Ground Pork Fiesta!

Here are the things you’ll need to prepare:
  
Canola oil, Ground pork, garlic, Red onions, Bok choy, Mixed vegetables (readily available from your local grocery store), Light soy sauce, Salt, Pepper,Sugar (optional), Tomato sauce, Sriracha sauce 
First, you’ll need to sautée the chopped garlic and onions.  

When the garlic turns light brown, add your mixed vegetables.   

Throw in your ground pork and season it with salt and pepper.   

When your pork is almost cooked, add in a little light soy sauce for added flavor. My favorite is still Lee Kum Kee’s. Stir it.   

Add a your tomato sauce. Stir it. Add a little sugar if you want to.   

Then for a little kick, put in the sriracha sauce. I am a huge sriracha fan that is why I’m putting a lot in my dish. But when you have kids around, you might wanna set aside a portion for them before adding your sriracha sauce. 😊  

Lastly, throw in your chopped bok choy and turn your stove off. It easily gets cook and you don’t want them overly done.   

My favorite part is plating the dish. 

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I’m always trying to pair my dishes with fresh cucumbers for its health benefits. You’ll love it, it’s so refreshing. If you’re wondering what those green stuff on top of my white rice are, well they’re just shredded dried seaweeds. Ground Pork Fiesta is so easy to do and I’m sure you’re gonna love it! 😉