Hi! I'm a 30 something woman embracing her inner housewife :)
Most of my friends don't believe that I love working at home - cooking, baking, decorating, organizing and anything "Martha Stewart-ish" - VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE of course! Most of them only know me as a corporate lady who loves parties and travel. This blog is about the other side of me...a Covert Housewife :)
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No Bake Graham Cracker Brownies
I bought crushed graham crackers from Rustan's the other day and thought of trying out the no bake recipe on the package. It seemed pretty easy enough so I decided to just make revisions to the recipe as I went along. Besides I didn't want to keep left over crushed graham crackers so I did 2 batches and modified with whatever ingredients I could find at home. The receipe is below with my modifications in magenta. :)
ps. Mr. Man enjoyed these - as usual he ate them with ice cream :)
MY San Graham Brownies (CovertHousewife version)
1 Cup (10 crackers) M.Y. San Graham Honey, crushed (1 pack 200g Crushed Graham Crackers)
¼ cup peanuts, toasted, chopped (1/2 cup crushed cashews)
2 TBSP Confectioner’s sugar (none – didn’t have any)
1 TBSP Peanut butter (2 TBSP Peanut Butter)
1 TBSP Condensed Milk (4 TBSP Condensed Milk)
2 TBSP White sugar (2 TBSP Caster sugar)
3 TBSP Cocoa Powder (6 TBSP Cocoa Powder)
¼ cup butter or margarine, melted (1/2 cup melted butter/1 stick unsalted melted butter)
1.Mix crushed M.Y. San Graham crackers, peanuts, confectioner’s sugar, peanut butter & condensed milk in a medium sized bowl.
2.Combine cocoa powder, sugar & butter or margarine in a separate bowl.
3.Pour the cocoa-butter mixture into the graham cracker mixture & mix until very well blended.
4.Pour mixture into a pan and chill for 30 mins until firm.Slice and serve.
We just got back from Bohol and since my parents are from there, I knew what to get for pasalubong. I want to feature some of the yummy products that I bought and will use some of the items I bought for a few recipes in the future.
Bohol Bee Farm - I had to stop myself from getting all of the items from the store. These goodies are great, healthy and cost efficient!
Yummy Pesto Spread, wonderful on toast or crackers!
This Honey Spread wasn't so bad. You don't really get the same taste as when you put butter and honey on toast. It tasted more like sweetened margarine to me.
This is one of their best sellers - locally produced honey. There are a variety of honey that's available so you need to check with the sales lady as to what kind are the sweeter vs. more bland ones. As a kid, I would eat half a bag of Bohol Broas everytime we had them at home. I had always wondered why the broas from Bohol were different from the ones in Quezon. These pastries are s…
Ok, I know I've been delinquent - I was supposed to post recipes and photos each week but I've been crazy busy I haven't been able to do any writing. So despite the slight (ahem) delay, I'm posting my other creations.
For now, I'll be talking about my Chicken Ala King.
Okay, I'm not an expert cook but I like experimenting - and being the true Filipino that I am, I love to take an original and turn it into my own creation. For this recipe, I used a recipe I found on a milk can label/flap and tweaked it a bit to come up with what you see above.
Servings: 10-12 Ingredients
24 slices loaf bread ½ cup melted butter 2 tbsp butter or oil ½ cup onions 2 tbsp minced garlic 500 gms diced chicken ¼ cup flour ½ cube chicken cube 1/3 cup diced celery 1/3 cup diced red bell pepper 1/3 cup diced green bell pepper ¼ cup green peas 1 cup Alaska Evaporated Filled Milk ½ cup chicken stock ¼ cup grated…