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    Thursday, April 25, 2013

    Pininyahang Manok



    I learned this from the expert who tasted my "pininyahang manok " and he does not like it then he told me how to cook it deliciously and perfectly :-). This is how to make "pininyahang manok". Enjoy cooking.

    Ingredients:
    1 kilo chicken
    2 cups  pineapple juice
    2 cups  pineapple chunks
    1 cup nestle cream or light cream
    1 onion
    1 carrot
    3 cloves garlic
    1 cup water
    salt and pepper to taste

    Procedure:
    1.Saute the garlic and onion then put the chicken and simmer until pinkish color is gone.
    2. Add the pineapple juice and cover for 15 minutes over low heat, allowing the juice to infused with the chicken stirring occasionally.
    3. Increase the heat then add the water, let boil and add the carrots and pineapple chunks, simmer until done.
    4. Add the cream then simmer for few minutes and turn off the heat.
    5. Serve it hot with rice.
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    21 comments:

    1. A true expert indeed :). I am not a pineapple lover, but I like this recipe :).

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    2. I am cooking this recipe now for our dinner. Wish me luck! It's smells really good. I can't wait to taste this chicken. Thank you for sharing this recipe! ^_^

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      1. wow, I can smell your cooking too :) congrats :)

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    3. Hi Mely, my chicken was a success. Thanks for the recipe. Finally something new and good chicken recipe. Good and very simple to make. I love it!

      Best regards,
      Hidez^_^

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      1. Wow I'm happy to hear it, congrats :) Try some of my recipes just add your favorite pampasarap or panimpla coz I dont include it here, like magic sarap, ginisa mix, knorr etc. :)


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      2. http://melyskitchen.blogspot.com.br/2011/09/chicken-pastel.html try this next time

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    4. all your recipes are simple and just amazing,..i love the fact that they are so easy to cook and everything is available in my country..thumbs up xxx

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      1. Thank you very much for your comment, I hope that you visit here every no and then :) God Bless

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    5. thanks Ms. Mely, last week ko lang natuklasan ang blog mo, but andami ko ng na-try....Thanks for the recipe, sa katulad ko na now lang nag-aaral magluto....More power and God bless

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      1. you are welcome, Sana lagi kang bumisita dito :)

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    6. your an inspiration to many who wants to try how to cook.

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    7. 1st time ko magluto and itong recipe mo ang ginamit ko. And...super sarap!

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    8. Practical test ko na sa po sa Wednesday. First time ko maglulto ng solo. Eto po yung gagamitin ko na recipe. Ano pa po ba pwede idagdag para mas sumarap :)) thank you ^^

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    9. guess what's for dinner tonight :)

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    10. made this last night for dinner! it was really good for an inexperienced cook like me! thank you for sharing Ate Mely :)

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      1. You are welcome and congrats :) Happy Cooking

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    12. I love this recipe as always. Fave of my kiddos!

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    13. cooking this at the moment for our picnic. :)

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    Item Reviewed: Pininyahang Manok Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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