Tortang talong (eggplant omelet)

Tortang talong (eggplant omelet)

Connie Veneracion

I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

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11 Responses

  1. lei says:

    hi…im just wondering if you have a good recipe for dinakdakan…im new to your blog, just came across it when i was googling something….and it was a good coz i like your recipes and maybe try your take on japchae..ive had that before and i never knew what it was called until i saw the pictures of it in ur blog and thought that thats the one dish ive been looking for. i will definitely let u know if my japchae turns out good :)

  2. Connie says:

    Am not familiar with dinakdakan.

  3. Leon Kilat says:

    Kalami aning imong recipe. Giganahan ang akong mga anak pagkaon. Bisan ako dili tigluto. Daghang salamat ug unta magpadayun ka niining imong pagsabwag sa nindot aug lamiang mga lutong pinoy!


  4. ghee28 says:

    thanks. Its a great help for a beginner like me.

  5. Glenn says:

    Ms. Connie is it really 1 cup of flour? because I tried mixing it with egg and the result is a sticky batter. what am i doing wrong? thanks

  6. ROXEE says:

    Dinakdakan is an Ilocan recipe its like sisig

  7. Connie says:

    It is supposed to be like pancake batter. If you use small eggs you will have to add a little water to get that consistency. And be sure to beat the eggs before adding the flour.

  8. Glenn says:

    Thank you so much Ms. Connie. I really appreciate all your efforts in blogging all this helpful recipes. You had helped and inspired a lot of people to cook. . . .

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