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  • borinda 6 years ago
    I am delighted you'd like to make the tomato sauce. I make it and freezer it in containers rather than stocking up on store-bought sauce.
    Why not try grated Parmesan if you can't get the other cheese? Is that available over there? It is very common in grocery stores here. Essentially you need the cheese for tang and texture and it adds a smoothness.
    Like you, I only rate recipes I've made. I will look forward to knowing if this one works well for you. I am waiting for our weather to get cooler and then start cooking some up, too.
  • juliasmom 6 years ago about Sisig Dinakdakan Or Warik-warik
    Hi there! This recipe is cooked in different regions of the Philippines with different variations. But it is originally from Ilocos province which is in the north.
  • lovebreezy 7 years ago about Sisig Dinakdakan Or Warik-warik
    What country does this derive?
  • jrt_mom 7 years ago
    Hey Johanna! Nice to see someone familiar, from where I live that is. Thanks for foodie invite, delighted to be your buddy! What a lovely family you got there! I hope you enjoy GR as much as I do. I've done some recipes off this site, does not always come out the same way (LOL) but with a little tweak here and there, I've adjusted them to my liking. I'm more of a cook than a baker. Let me know how I can show you the ropes, if not, I can point you to the right direction, there are so many wonderful cooks and bakers around here! Have a nice day and kisses to the little girl :0)
    Leila (JRT mom)
  • juliasmom 7 years ago
    Hi Dana! I hope too this is not too late! I love your recipe! And yes, this or was my bump ;) ! As you will see my pic, she is my first arrival into my life and her name is Juliana Marie, Julia or Juli for short. And she is the reason why I haven't been dropping by here and cooking for awhile :). I will look forward to your other recipes!
  • danadooley 7 years ago
    Hi Julia! I know it's a bit late but welcome to the group :)

    I'm glad you enjoyed my grandma's shrimp and eggplant dish. There is no curry powder in this recipe. The main flavour comes from the coriander, pepper and cumin - which combined with cloves, cinnamon and cardamom will give you Korma spice, a mild curry that traditionally contains no ground chili, unlike normal curry. I hope this info helps. If you enjoyed it with the addition of curry powder, that's great! Grandma would've been very happy :D She also loved to experiment and innovate when cooking.

    Btw, that is a gorgeous bump lol Is it yours?