Sunday, September 26, 2004

Saturday Brunch

Yesterday was one Saturday we all slept in. It’s been a busy week for us. Saturday is a day when we all try to take it easy at home. It’s when everybody is at home. It’s a day when you don’t need to rush into the shower or get dressed to go somewhere.

When I got up, it was already 11:00. The canned corned beef I’ve meant to serve for breakfast became a brunch. My husband wanted potatoes with corned beef, my son wanted potato omelet and I wanted at least some vegetables in mine. Well, see what kind of recipes I can come up with cabbage, corned beef and potatoes.

My daughter has been craving for pork and I had some marinated pork supposedly for sukiyaki. We had leftover vegetables from the Teriyaki Beef so here’s what we had on one lazy Saturday morning.

My ingredients for a 3 in 1 recipe

Olive oil
1 can of Palm Corned Beef
¼ shaved cabbage
½ onions coarsely chopped
2 medium potatoes, diced
1 egg, scrambled

Corned Beef with Potatoes

Fry potatoes in 2 tbsp of oil in a heated pan. Set aside ½ once it’s cooked. Leave the other half in the pan and add half of the corned beef. Saute for about 10 minutes. Serve.

Corned Beef with Cabbage

In the same pan, heat 1 tbsp of oil, sauté cabbage for about 5 minutes or less. Add the remaining corned beef and cook for another 2 or 3 minutes.

Potato Omelet

In a skillet, heat about 1 or 2 tbsp of olive oil. Mix the poatoes set aside when the corned beef with potatoes was cooked and the scrambled egg. Season with salt. Fry in the pan for 2 minutes on one side and another 2 minutes on the other side.

I will post the Teriyaki Pork recipe tomorrow.

Well, the Saturday Brunch got extended because we had the left over for dinner. It was one lazy Saturday when we got so lazy to cook dinner.


Toni said...

Corned beef with cabbage brings back such wonderful childhood memories for me. Thanks for reminding me about it.

ting-aling said...

Masaya di ba Toni. I do not serve this often but these reminded my kids of their childhood days with their Lolo and Lola. "Lola used to cook corned beef with corned beef para marami" (lol)