It’s Monday! and I am craving for good food. So I decided to cook and prepare another unique dish without any guide but only my test buds.
For Monday, I want to eat Fish, not fried, not boiled but baked. So if its baked, a Pasta will be a good combination, but I still want a consistency of a Fish taste with a creamy sauce for my pasta- so my supermarket list ends this way.
Fish Gindara almost 1/2 kilo @ P128
Fresh Basil Leaves, you can have this on a pre-packed mini size @ P17.20
Onion Spring mini bundle @ P14.75
Fresh Mushroom Shitake, 1 package @P71.00
Spaghettini Chirico Pasta Noodle, 1 package @P75
American Heritagae Cream Cheese, 1 package @P92
Next time, I’ll try to include the amount/weights, my only reference for now is my receipt. Anyway, here are the additional items from my Grocery Cabinet, I dont have the price but for sure its an easy to find at your favorite supermarket.
AjiShiho Garlic Flavor 2 packs
Olive Oil (6 table spoons)
McCormick Black Pepper mill (1 teaspoon)
McCormick Garlic Granules (2 spoons)
Spanish Sardines 1 bottle
Walsh Grenadine Syrup, 2 table spoon
Nestle All Purpose Cream 1 pack
Baked Fish Procedures:
You dont need a huge oven for this, all I’ve got is a mini oven, this is the typical wedding gift or a Christmas raffle unit.
Pasta Noodle Procedures:
Spanish Sardines Pasta Sauce:
Please check the pictures to see the ingredients and the before and after look. The red sauce is the grenadine syrup. I prefer to use it to add color and sweet, otherwise this menu will look so plain and pale.
How much it cost me? Approximately P600 plus the labor of love of cooking.
Good for 4 servings at P150 each.
Leave a comment and let me know if you like it.
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