What dish do you like to cook most often?

Philippines
March 29, 2009 1:25pm CST
I am learning how to cook different dishes and I am yet to find a dish that I would like to cook often. I know that even chefs have their favorites- the one that they could cook without consulting a recipe. They know how to do it from the bottom of their hearts. Is there a dish that you cook often? Why?
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8 responses
• Philippines
30 Mar 09
any kind of stir-fry! u can put almost anything you like.. anything that would suit your taste.. i always cook "adobo" (filipino fave dish).. easy to prepare and cook (if you're running out of time, especially on dinner).. doesn't spoil easily..
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
That's good. We need to cook food that don't spoil easily. With the economy, we can't afford to be wasteful.
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
i have some of my own stir fry recipes... just send me pm and i would love to share it with you... check this site for recipes: http://dayanartcis.blogspot.com
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
you want adobo recipe? i'll share my version to you.. just pm me..
• Philippines
3 Apr 09
The dish that I would like to cook most often is my husband's favorite. Olive oil and garlic pasta! I just love the smell of garlic while it cooks. He loves it so much and I love preparing it because it is to quick and easy to prepare especially when we use angel hair pasta. Sometimes we add mushrooms to it, too.
• Philippines
4 Apr 09
Love pasta! Though I am not that much of a fan of mushrooms.
@moneymommy (3420)
• United States
31 Mar 09
I really like making pot roasts in the crock pot. Very easy to make and it just tastes so good. I love to smell it cooking in my crockpot all day. Just tasty!
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
Thanks. Sounds delicious.
• Ireland
31 Mar 09
I really love cooking oven roast chicken. Makes my mouth water now thinking of it. I am not a really good cook myself. I try to learn to cook Irish foods as I am a Filipina. But what really frustrates me is to try to grill beef steak the right way. If anybody here can recommend a tip would be very much appreciated. Thanks for starting this discussion. I share your curiosity in this skill.
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
I wouldn't say no to roast chicken as well. As for grilled beef steak, I am as ignorant on that as the next person. So you're asking the wrong person. LOL. Maybe someone who knows how would read our discussion and share. But til then, there nothing that we can do. :)
@thea09 (18326)
• Greece
30 Mar 09
I like to cook a large pan of bolannaise sauce which can then be divided between lasagne, mousakka, shepherds pie and spaghetti sauce; in that way there are 4 different meals from one basic recipe. For the lasagne add herbs to the sauce, for the mousakka cinnamon, carrots for the shepherds pie.
• Philippines
30 Mar 09
Wow, that's something new for me. Thanks for the tip. Never realized that til now that you mentioned it.
@luvstochat (6916)
• United States
30 Mar 09
I guess I make spaghetti most often becasue my family likes it and it is easy to make and it is something that dosen't take very long to make. I usually have garlic bread with it and open the kids some green beans so they get a veggie with it. I do make bbq pork ribs once a week too.
• Philippines
30 Mar 09
I love spaghetti. Never get tired of eating it. :)
@icegermany (2524)
• India
29 Mar 09
i usually like to have different dishes and the same common one i know i have to repeat it as there is no option but i really like to know more of recipes and i would try that out again and again and add that in my recipe list and also my favourite dish list. i usually like to have non veg dishes more but at the same time it is also important to have a vegetarian dishes so i would prepare both with a gap of few days in between.
• Philippines
29 Mar 09
Haven't tried vegetarian dishes but would love to learn about it.
@sandymay48 (2031)
• Canada
29 Mar 09
Without a doubt..I would say its spaghetti!..Both my hubby and I love spaghetti and I just love to fill the sauce with veggies and top off the spaghetti with tons of cheese!..yummy!! I prefer to cook the sauce in the morning and let it simmer for hours..It really blends the flavours and makes a difference. I also love to put on top shredded cheese as well as parmessan.