Since I got home last saturday this is my first time going online. Our internet antennae was broken due to extreme wind cause by typhoon Glenda that hit the northern part of the Philippines several weeks ago.
Needless to say, our internet service provider should change their company name from SMART WIRELESS to SMART HOPELESS!
Going to their service center offices was useless, I was being told that they only accept payments and new connection application, complaints and other matters will only be entertained on their remote offices.
Their remote office is much worse, each customer needs to wait for 2-3 hours for their number to be called. Most of them have been there for several times. Unfortunately, I don’t have that much time to wait.
I hope I will find a better internet service provider in my area. Anyways, enough will all my whinnings!
Thank God I live in the Phillipines where PisoNet is just around the corner. Never heard about it? It is a very convenient way of going online. All you need is just ONE (1) PESO to go online for Three (3) Minutes.
Just insert 1 Peso into the machine and a timer start counting down from 3 minutes. Just keep more Peso coin handy and will be done with everything you need to do online. 44 Pesos = 1 U.S. Dollar.
Welcome to the Phillippines!!!
So lets talk about this recipe. My collegue, Electrician Dranske ask me to post the recipe of this killer dip. I’m warning you, if you are on a slimming diet program, this appetizer is really not for you.
Now on with the cooking…
Garlic Chilli Oil
Prep. time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Very Easy
Makes; 1 1/2 Liter
You will need;
250 grms. garlic, peeled
250 grms. hot chilli red/green, stem removed
3 pcs. star anise
250-500 ml. olive oil / vegs. cooking oil
Place all ingredients in a blender. Run the blender on high-speed until all ingredients turns into a thick paste.
Pour the thick paste on a non-stick pan and cook on very high heat until golden brown.
Let it cool and transfer it into a clean sealed bottles.
Enjoy it with your favorite dish!!! =)
Here’s how I do it;
Using Red Hot Chillies
Using Green Hot Chillies
Thanks alot for spending your precious time on my blog and hope this recipe encourage
you to try cooking some Garlic Chilli Oil to add an instant kick to your next meal.
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