OMGSH……red hot dogs! Still, that spaghetti looks so good, I might have to make it, with normal hot dogs, of course! Close. Did you make a recipe? I travel to the Philippines all the time, and have been looking all over for recipes so I can make some of the traditional dishes at home. Here’s the story, in pictures. I remember as well the sliced hot dogs with baked beans..So simple yet so special. I miss eating Filipino spaghetti! I love talking with people about food, and I'm so glad you're here. for an entire home of 30 children for $33. Set aside. For this recipe, I am sharing what I was shown. Pretty sure this is an amazing dish! it’s odd, but yummy. Since those younger years my parents built a summer house on a beautiful lake in Saint Agatha. Top with grated cheese. Favorite things include my camera, lake days, and dark chocolate. While you’re there, you can check out the special projects page to see if there’s a need that you and your family could meet, like providing a meal (maybe even spaghetti!) there is a particular brand that i like, UFC Tamis-Anghang (Sweet-Spicy) banana ketchup… which gives the spaghetti that slight acidic tang, at the same time, sweet and spicy. And when is it added? Add the tomato sauce and tomato paste to the meat and continue to simmer the mixture for another 10-15 minutes. i used to eat that straight from the plastic bag like i would a burger… no utensils necessary. Van de camp brand. Wow. I just looked at the pictures and now understand why she didn’t add catsup. Thanks for the post I will try this recipe at another time. Fall & Winter Celebrations Featured: Skillet Corn Bake. ★☆ This totally blew my mind, but actually sounds quite tasty. childhood memories! LOVE Filipino spaghetti, which basically differentiates with a sweet tomato sauce. I read an article long ago as to why they color it red. So many memories from going over to my grade school BFF’s house after school. Oh, forgive me! I knew this would come next. ★☆ Even most of the sausages (or sausage links) you’ll find in the local markets are colored red. A little thing about me: I ♡ FOOD. I dont eat pork but the idea of this spaghetti minus the pork is too delicious. 1 lb. The version I’ve had of Filipino spaghetti is slightly different, and it’s basically one of my favorite things ever. Wow – I smiled so big when I read this comment. Go light on the salt though, and just adjust seasoning on the last minutes of cooking, as these seasoning powders are rather salty already. I look forward to following your recipes and seeing the rest of your Filipino ones! Lol yes! Delicious with turkey, ham and other holiday sides, this rich and savory corn bake has a light, fluffy texture with pops of golden sweet corn in every bite. Plus I use more than 2 TBSP of onions. Surveys were done, and apparently, results showed that Filipinos like vibrant colors in food, and “red” seems to be associated with delicious. While the tweaking is interesting for your liking…I wouldn’t change or suggest it for this recipe because then its no longer an authentic philipino spaghetti sauce :/. First, Reda, I’d like to thank you for adopting a child from the Philippines. ★☆ Add the evaporated milk and salt and stir until incorporated. I’m not Filipino and we eat hot dogs with baked beans. Can’t wait to give it a try! My grandma uses banana ketchup. Mmm these pictures look amazing, and the hot dog is such a unique Filipino touch to an otherwise Italian dish. These women are Filipinas, cooking for Filipinos, and they did not use banana catsup in their spaghetti. Learn more. Feel free to swap out the pork for chicken or beef. PS. A fun twist on a classic! Loving these posts from across two oceans! Sounds good! Here’s my full post on the Children’s Shelter of Cebu website. This is such an interesting and unique recipe. Add the minced vegetables and hot dog pieces and stir to combine. Hotdogs–interesting. Love that smile! ★☆ It’s a great idea! Rate this recipe Tag @pinchofyum on Instagram and hashtag it #pinchofyum. YUM! The seasoning they use is called Magic Sarap and it just adds a salty flavor! Your version is beautiful! My kids love spaghetti so I can’t imagine why I couldn’t try this one out on them. They have them here all the time but I haven’t touched one yet – gross-o! Italian tomato sauce (the kind they used was called “Italian” but tasted sweet and was very … They’re called Husker dogs here, and I absolutely flat out refuse to eat them, partly because I did look up how they’re red. She replied, can I have pink hot dog? Although, to make it much simpler, we use banana ketchup. I don’t put evaporated milk on mine and just like what one of the comments said, I use banana ketchup instead, too. Salivating as I type this comment! Just came across your blog. When I put the hot dogs in my carriage my daughter asked, what was that. And since we’re in the topic of red hotdogs and banana catsup, those two are great together! Any basic salty-type seasoning would be fine. Magic Sarap seasoning has been banned, I heard. I think they added it with the meat. Ingredients & Nutrition Facts Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste), Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Contains Less Than 2% of the Following: Salt, Soybean Oil, Garlic, Dehydrated Onions, Spices, Carrot Fiber, Dehydrated Celery, Citric Acid, Dehydrated Carrots. She’s Filipino and hot dogs with rice was a staple for our snack. And what kid doesn’t like hot dogs? Quite similar. I have continued the tradition with my husband and daughter of visiting one of the most Northern parts of Maine. Much like the pancit from last week, this meal was served at almost every birthday party at the orphanage where I worked this last year, usually mushed together on kids’ plastic plates with heaping piles of steaming rice and some mixed vegetables. We were doing a little grocery shopping for my mother. i think a lot of filipinos are used to banana ketchup since it used to be more readily available and more affordable than spaghetti sauce before. That spaghetti looks good. They are so popular. Thank you so much for posting these! I love still hearing you talk about the Philippines so much. The way Italians turn in their graves for what Filipinos have done to spaghetti, Filipinos are now turning in their graves for what Auntie has done to Filipino spaghetti. My husband Bjork and I live in Minnesota. 5 out of 8 (63%) reviewers recommend this product. Oh hot dogs! 3.8 out of 5 stars. Search topics and reviews ϙ. It’s a thing. I’m salivating as I type. On this particular party day, Auntie Elvira and Auntie Puriza invited me into the kitchen and showed me how it’s done. I used to be a teacher, and now making food and writing about it online is my full-time job. She used the Del Monte ready spaghetti sauce which is Filipino-style and is already sweetened and has banana catsup mixed in. Saute for 3-4 minutes or until soft and fragrant.

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