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Tortang talong (eggplant omelet)

Connie Veneracion

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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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