Can you pass a meal without using any condiments?

Philippines
September 10, 2009 7:50am CST
I love ketchup!I like that red sweet sauce on top of my grilled burger patty. I love putting some mustard on my hotdog. Adding some teriyaki sauce on my barbeque meal makes my lunch so tasty and appetizing. While hotsauce is a must on my yellow cab pizza or putting some more pepper flakes on my pasta dish would make my lunch day just fine. What is your favorite condiment? Can you pass a meal without putting some extra seasoning on your plate? Or you just like your meal plain and simple. :) tell me, tell us! Happy myLotting everyone.
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4 responses
@dana820 (277)
• Philippines
10 Sep 09
Hello. Yeah, sure. If I'm eating fried or grilled meats, they wouldn't taste as good but I wouldn't pass them up if there aren't any condiments around. And I love ketchup too... and steak sauce. I like flavorful food but sometimes, plain and simple can be nice 'cause the ingredients aren't overpowered by condiments. Have a good day! :)
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• Philippines
11 Sep 09
I completely agree dana. Sometimes we need to go back to basic, plain and simple dishes are still tasteful and we can still appreciate it. Using too much condiments might over power the real taste of a certain dish. :)
@yogambal_64 (1016)
• India
10 Sep 09
No I cannot have a meal without using any spices or condiments. Our Indian cookery generally does not have much additions at the end we add all required spices and condiments at the time of cooking itself mostly.
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• Philippines
11 Sep 09
I know. You got lots of spices. I love watching international cooking shows and find your cuisine really appetizing. You have different spices that Ive never seen, which are colorful. I love curry and I think it was originated from India.
@se7enthbird (8327)
• Philippines
18 Sep 09
i can say that i can pass a meal without any condiments but there are meals that i can not pass without it. example if it is fried chicken then i can not eat that without catsup. i am sure most of the filipinos like us can not eat fried without any catsup. har har har i can not also eat sinigang without patis yum yum. but in other food i can eat it even without condiments
• Philippines
18 Sep 09
LOL. True! Specially that patis makes me want to have more of that sinigang soup on my rice. :) Catsup too. I can use it to any fried dishes we have in the dinner table. Happy myLotting. :)
@prinzcy (5057)
• Malaysia
11 Sep 09
I can for some meals. Asian cuisine doesn't normally come with condiment. We eat rice and it usually eaten with other meals such as chicken, meat or veggies. I only add condiments on my burger, pizza and some other dishes. I usually add chili sauce. We don't eat mustard here but more to mayonnaise. I love to dip nugget or fries in it.