Breakfast Idea – Bread Pizza



Drooling for pizza but no time or knowledge to knead dough or money to order at your favorite pizza store? Worry no more as you can do it yourself at home by using ingredients that I’m sure are pretty much available in your pantry or fridge. This is specially when you are running out of idea what to serve for breakfast or snack, easy and quick to do.



  • Bread  – sliced
  • Sauce can be catsup, spaghetti sauce or tomato sauce will do
  • cheese – any kind whether cheddar or quick melt
  • toppings – hotdogs sliced or cut into small pieces, ham, bacon or any left over cooked meat like chicken, beef or pork
  • Add-on toppings: onion, bell pepper, pineapple chunks or tidbits (will do this next time) 🙂


  • brush or spread sauce on the bread
  • sprinkle shredded cheese
  • top with your preferred meat ingredients and additional toppings (e.g. onion rings, bell pepper or pineapple)
  • bake in the oven or bread toaster for 5-10 minutes or until cheese are all melted, be careful not to burn the bottom of the bread.


So here is the finished product, served as breakfast or snack, this was our breakfast the other day, the second time I did it after my first try that I posted on my other food blog, Happy Meals -Pizza from Left over breads.

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Pork and Chicken Pineapple stew (Pininyahan Baboy at Manok)


A little twist on the traditional Pininyahang Manok recipe, just added pork and chorizo de bilbao for extra flavor and it came out really good.

Pininyahang Baboy at Manok or Pork and chicken pineapple stew


  • 1/2 kilo chicken chopped into serving size
  • 1/4 kilo pork belly (liempo) cut into serving size too
  • 1 med. onion minced
  • 2 cloves garlic chopped
  • 1 bell pepper diced or cut into strips
  • 1 cup canned Pineapple chunks or tidbits (drained)
  • 1 pc. chorizo de bilbao (optional)
  • oil
  • salt and pepper to taste

The procedure is quite simple:

  • Saute garlic and onion
  • add pork and chicken – saute a bit
  • add 2 cups of water and bring to a boil, once boiling lower the heat and continue simmering until the meats are tender
  • add chorizo, bell pepper and the juice from the drained pineapple, continue simmering
  • then add pineapple tidbits or chunks
  • season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • remove from heat and serve with steamed or fried rice.

Hope you enjoy this recipe, very easy to do like the chord buddy review task assigned to me.

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Fried Spring Chicken

Fried chicken… yes the all time favorite of kids and kids at heart, ask any kids what is their favorite food and most likely the answer is fried chicken together with spaghetti, lol. these meal have many versions, there is the breaded one that has become a hit and very common at fast food restaurants, the marinated and then the simple one which is not coated with breading, no additional additives just seasoned with salt and pepper.

spring chicken

Today we tried the no-breading fried chicken ala Max’s restaurant 🙂 so hubby bought two spring chickens (a young chicken, especially a broiler or fryer). Massaged the whole chicken with salt and pepper and was steamed for 30 minutes, after steaming it was deep fried until crispy golden brown.

spring chicken2

For the side-dish, we sauteed the sliced potatoes and carrots with butter until the veggies are cooked, the sauce for dipping is a mixture of soy sauce, honey and Worcestershire.

Yup it’s done, very easy to do like looking for Musicians Friend Dj stuff, have this dish partner with steamed rice, enjoy!!!


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