I came across this quote not so long ago and I just felt like it was the perfect answer to my endless "Whys" for many months now. You see, I've never been good at waiting. I grew up thinking that all things in life can be achieved with strategic planning and precise calculations. Of course, prayers will always be part of the equation. For most things though, this type of "strategy" has been working. Dreams have became reality, goals have been met. However, I also realized that there are some things in life where we have no control of. Sometimes, all it takes is to wait for it to happen. Slowly, I've come to understand that some things do take time and when it comes, it will be worth the wait.
- 1.5 cups of macaroni/penne/fusilli noodles, cook following the directions on the package.
- 1/4 cup of chopped onions
- 1 can of Swift Premium Corned Beef
- Cooking Oil
- Pepper to taste
Here are 5 easy steps:
1) Heat up the pan with a small amount of oil. We just poured in 1 tsp worth of oil just enough to saute the onions with.
5) Season with pepper to taste.
It's a really easy recipe and I was done in less than 30 minutes! That includes chopping and all the prep work too. What made it easy was I didn't had to rummage through our drawer for the can opener as the corned beef came with the easy pull-up lid. Yay!
As I served it to Paul for launch yesterday, he immediately noticed how chunky the corned beef was. It was really good as we both dislike mushy corned beef. Also, the flavor was just right as it wasn't salty as all. I'm very happy with my first taste of the Swift Premium Corned Beef and I will make sure to buy more on my next visit to Manila.
Other #Frannycooks recipes:
Fusilli alla Genovese
Ham & Cheese Croquettes
Italian Eggplant Lasagna
Aloha Baked Pasta
Wholemeal Fusilli with Mushroom Pesto Cream
Cheezy Garlic Tuyo and Mushroom Pizza