It's been a long time since I blogged but I've finally pushed myself to put into words some of the cooking I've been doing in the past month or so.

Here is an easy recipe care of Nohvee (which he took from his brother, Rhonee).

What You're Going To Need: a large skillet pan

Heat Source: stove top


250g sliced pork (steam boat slices)
3pcs large potatoes
1can cream
425g mushrooms
4-6 cloves garlic (minced)
1pc small onion (minced)
patis (fish paste)
canola/light olive oil


1. Saute garlic and onion in oil until golden brown. Once done, add the pork. 

2. Saute the pork until golden brown. 

3. Once the pork is golden brown, add a bit of water and 1-2tspn of patis and let the pork simmer for around 5mins.

4. Add the cream. Add some water in case you find that the consistency is too thick for you. Add salt and pepper to taste. Let it simmer for 5 more minutes.

5. After letting it simmer, add the potatoes and the mushrooms. Let it simmer until the potatoes are as tough or soft as desired.

That's it! Very simple, isn't it? It reminds me of chicken ala king. :) Actually, next time, I think I'll add some green peas for additional color. Or maybe quail eggs too. 

Happy cooking!

8 Responses to "Recipe for the Lazy OFW: Pork and Potatoes in Cream Sauce"

  1. gravatar Anonymous Says:

    ooh, sayang i just bought groceries kanina before i saw this. is it good?


  2. gravatar The Lazy OFW Says:

    Gr! My initial post didn't get published. What I said was I liked the taste of it and it's simple enough to do. If you like peas, you can go and add them. I think it will add another dimension to the dish (naks! may ganon?) but if you don't care about colors and dimensions you can keep it as is. :) I feel like it's good enough to put on pasta na rin. This one I cooked as ulam eh.

  3. gravatar Rhonee Says:

    Hi Jing! Thanks for sharing this recipe here. I do hope you liked it and that it was a delicious treat for you. Who did the cooking, you or my brother? (^_^) I'm glad that Nohvee is learning to love cooking. I like your idea of adding green peas and quail eggs to it. That's the beauty of cooking, once there is a recipe you've learned, you can add anything you like to make a new dish out of it. Thanks again and enjoy! (^_^)

  4. gravatar cooking recipes Says:

    Tasty treat and such a lovely and quick recipe.Will surely try this recipe tonight.

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