February 5, 2015

Oatmeal-Arrozcaldo Overload

Arrozcaldo Overload

Last Sunday, Mommy is not feeling well. So to keep her warm, I made oatmeal-arrozcaldo overload. Overload because I added more toppings with added twist. Instead of sautéing the chicken before adding rice, I cooked it adobo style first then made into flakes.

Adding oatmeal is already a part of cooking rice poridge at home making it healthier.


Arrozcaldo Overload

OATMEAL-ARROZCALDO OVERLOAD

You will need:
250 grams chicken, cooked adobo style, flaked
2 cups rice, soaked in water for about 30 minutes then drained
1 cup instant oatmeal
1 medium-sized onion, minced
Thumb-size ginger, minced
3-4 clove garlic minced
1 tbsp turmeric powder
1/8 cup kasubha
¼ cup patis
1 tsp ground pepper
1 liter chicken stock
1 liter water

Toppings (optional):
toasted garlic
onion springs
fried tokwa

Instructions:
1. Sauté onion, garlic and ginger.
2. Add turmeric powder and kasubha, ground pepper and patis.
3. Drop rice and pour chicken stock.
4. Cover and wait for the rice to be cooked (just like cooking the usual plain rice).
5. Pour water and let it simmer for about 10 minutes.
6. Add oatmeal and continue simmer until oatmeal cooks.
7. Place in a bowl then top with adobo flakes, toasted garlic, fried tokwa and spring onion.
8. Best serve with calamansi.
Optional: You can also add sliced hard boiled eggs as topping.

16 comments:

  1. looks and sounds good. makes me hungry in the middle of the nite!

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  2. yummy arroz caldo!!! nakakagutom! :)

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  3. The dish looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing

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  4. I should try this...adobo flakes. I need this kasi I have cold and cough! padala ka hehe

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  5. That's a delicious looking arrozcaldo over there! You got me craving!

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  6. What a different way to cook this! I have never thought of adding oatmeal and fried tokwa. May I know what is kasubha? And is turmeric spicy?

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  7. oh wow, that look delicious. I love arroz caldo. I hope your wife (which i assume is the mommy who is not feeling well) is feeling better now.

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  8. HI Allan!

    Please allow me to feature this recipe of yours at our food blog. Proper credits/links will be given to your name and your blog :).

    The recipe looks amazing :)

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  9. Ang sarap naman! I want one this instant hehe!

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  10. That is delicious! Sarap ng Arozcaldo, penge naman!:) Thanks for sharing your recipe.:)
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  11. That looks like some really cool comfort food. Hope that Maye is feeling better now.

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  12. Oh, you added oatmeal with this one! I do not know what kasubha is. I had to google. :D

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  13. Now that is a yummy foodie! And it is healthy too :)

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