Easy and Budget Friendly Tortang Dilis

A fish vendor passed by our house and I bought some Dilis and I thought of making a Tortang Dilis instead of Paksiw. Since, I am craving for it so I made a very Easy and Budget Friendly Tortang Dilis and the recipe is down below.

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Every now and then, I am craving for certain food that are very easy and affordable since I am on a tight budget. Lol :P… Hopefully, you will like my simple viand and cook it in your home, to eat and enjoy!!!

Easy and Budget Friendly Tortang Dilis
  • 250 grams - Dilis
  • 2 pcs. Eggs
  • 1 onion - minced
  • 2 cloves garlic - minced
  • 2 heaped tablespoon - Flour
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • Cooking Oil for Frying
  1. Beat eggs, add minced onions and garlic, salt and pepper, then add the flour. Mix well, then Add Dilis and Fry according to your desired size.

and this is my finished product:

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250 grams Dilis – P 20.00
2 pcs. Eggs – P 12.00
1 onion – P 2.00
2 cloves garlic – P2.00
Cooking Oil – P 5.00
Salt – P 2.00
Pepper – P 2.00

Total – P 45.00

The Paradise Beach, Sta. Cruz Davao del Sur

It was our first time to visit the Paradise Beach in Sta. Cruz Davao del Sur. We went there because it was agreed by everybody and of course our mentors in our Master’s Program that the outing will be our final examination day. Hence, everyone is advised to join.

On the way going to the beach is not that far from Davao City. But apparently, we are not familiar with it. We decided to ask around where the location of the beach. One of our Professors suggested the place because according to him it was really quiet and peaceful.

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True to what he said because we passed by a very wide plantation of sugar cane as what should I say. We were hesitant at cross the road because we might get stuck and we did not know anybody from there. But the good thing is that, we have gathered our strength together and crossed the road going to the beach.

When we finally reach the beach, the sun was extremely hot and you can’t even open your eyes due to the sun rays. The beach is very rocky, though, the beach water is really inviting and very beautiful. But the overall place is not that totally renovation. It needs a bit of arrangement. In the meantime, we just settled in the Nipa house that we reserve the day before.

A Night with Friends at the Outback Grill in Davao City

It was a well celebrated night together with my friends Elvin and April. We’ve been away from each other a few months back and now we are back again, chatting and talking our hearts out.  Anyway, I told both of them that I was going to Davao and we should meet because April went home after several months of working in Amsterdam and Elvin passed the Licensure Exam for Teachers. What a celebration, right?

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Anyway, to make the story short, since we are looking for a place to dine and chat. Elvin suggested this place the Outback Grill and since I really wanted to go there so here’s what we ordered during our stay there.

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Chicken Barbeque Php 99.00

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Grilled Pork Belly Php 99.00

and for our dessert:

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Banana Split

Though we didn’t have much to eat, but honestly speaking, we were so full because of the unlimited rice and the free soup. But when you see their Menu, wow, they have many foods to offer and not to mention their humongous burger. You should try it and enjoy the scenery and the cozy ambiance.

Every Friday and Saturday, they entertained their customer by an explicitly awesome Fire Dance which we captured during our dinner there. Please watch and check it out here.

Hope you enjoy. Come and Visit Davao City for your everyday pleasure!!!!