Sunday Morning Meal (Care to Suggest a Name?)

I’ve done this before and I remember how everyone in the family enjoyed its taste the first time so I decided to make some again for breakfast this morning. I am just not sure how I named it because it is one of those recipe explorations I did from the past. In short, it is 100% Nancy, LOL.

Keep reading and who knows… you might figure out something for me. That would really be nice. ;)

breakfastSo let’s go over this…

For the ingredients, I used potatoes, fried pork siomai leftover (but you can always use any meat for alternative), sliced mushroom buttons, and cream of mushroom soup.

Preparation is no sweat. Simply cut peeled pre-cooked potatoes into quarters, depending on its size. For half a pack of 7 gram cream of mushroom soup, I used about 3-4 medium sized potatoes.

In a pan, bring to boil the cream of mushroom soup and as soon as it gets sticky smooth, add on the sliced mushrooms, the pre-cooked potatoes followed by the siomai or any meat leftover. Cover the pan and let it simmer for just… just a little bit and that’s it!

Easy right? Now on to my question…

What do you think I should call this recipe? :-)

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9 comments

  1. Looks delish and I bet it taste good too. Sorry I can't suggest a name...but I don't mind to try it though :-)

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  2. that looks scrumptious meal... healthy and filling food for sure.

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  3. That reminds me of chicken ala king :). Well, whatever name you decide to call it by, I'm sure it's still the same yummy dish your family will keep coming back for :). How about Pork Ala Queen? ;)

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  4. it looks yummy to me, as long as edible just forget about the name hehe just kidding.

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  5. that looks creamy and delish Sis Nancy :-) I love mushroom too and am sure this taste heavenly :-)

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  6. Wow it looks yummy foodie can I have some?

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  7. If you use chicken, that would be chicken-ala-king or maybe chicken-ala-Nancy. :) Now I miss creamy mushroom soup, lol!

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  8. ohhh, I love it, Nance! Looks so yummy! It's always a brilliant idea to "recycle" left overs and still cook a delicious, healthy meal from it! Great job! As to the name of this dish, I really can't think of anything to name it right now.. haha!

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  9. thanks for the recipe i might try cooking it someday

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