Yes, I literally dreamed of munching dried squid. So I woke up earlier than usual--cooked fried rice, and while coffee was brewing, I made scrambled eggs and fried some dried pusit from Roxas City. Dried squid from Roxas City is not salty, unlike the ones from Cebu and Palawan. This is the breakfast of champions!:p
More mouth-watering dishes at Food Trip Friday
arghhhhh....am drooling! been awhile na din akong d nakakatikim nang dried squid!
wowoweee! squids nga din pla entry mo, pero champion nga ito...CHAMPION sa simpleng preparasyon at CHAMPION sa PHOTO...suka at unlimited fried rice please:)
Oh my! Dried squid! I love munching on this while watching TV :)
Visiting from FTF!
scrambled egg is the one we always have but the squid, you made me so jealous, havn't had it for more than a year! looks really crunchy and sounds so delicious! yumm! anyway, wishing you a great weekend. :)
sarap plus, fried rice and suka, busog sarap!
Wow! Great food!... here's mine http://www.lyzalane.info/2011/06/ftf-krispy-kreme.html
Your dried squid is a killer to me! I need my spicy vinegar dip!
sarap nga ito...meron dito sa table namin...kain tayo..:-)
Hungry... LOL! :) Loving the squid and the egg!
Visiting from FTF! Here's mine: Chooks To Go - Rustan's Gateway
i so miss pusit!! :) really a breakfast for champions! Drooling...
thanks for the visit sis! visiting you back..
I love eating dried squid whe it's a little sweet...
i love dried squid too!! hmm yumy!
I love crispy fried dried squid, the ones that are a teeny bit sweet; even better with vinegar chili dipping sauce and scrambled eggs. Breakfast of champions indeed!:)
That goes well with spicy vinegar sauce. Sarap ng breakfast! Here's my entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2011/06/food-trip-friday-8-spices-thai-cuisine/
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