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Pork Adobo Paksiw with Jeprox and Shrimp Fried Rice is more than complete for breakfast or even brunch. It is the ideal Pinoy Breakfast, if you have a big day ahead. The combination of all the dishes blended well. I enjoyed this meal and I had enough energy for more than half of the day. I even skipped lunch since I still was not hungry and just had a light snack in the afternoon. I guess that eating like a king during breakfast really pays well.
I first tried the pork adobo paksiw and the fried rice. By the way, the pork was really tender and the dish was magnificent — eating it with fried rice makes me eat more, so I had to control myself. The crispy fried daing (jeprox) gave the entire meal that nice crispy texture. It was some kind of intermission for me because I had it after every spoonful of pork adobo paksiw and rice. Imagine enjoying the mild flavor of the jeprox that was made spicy because of the vinegar slowly spreading in your mouth as you indulge in it — and how can we forget the nice crispy texture that literally creates a sound in every bite. This has been an awesome Pinoy breakfast for me.
Let us not take the the hard boiled egg out of the picture. I finished off the entire Pinoy breakfast meal with a piece of perfectly boiled egg. This helps balance the flavor and all the excitement that is going-on in my palate. I also had an extra boost of protein and energy. Some of you prefer to eat dishes with sauces. I like too, but I tend to eat more rice though. If you want to make the hard boiled egg taste even better, I recommend that you turn it to a dish called Sarciadong Itlog (boiled egg with sauce). It is quick to prepare, easy and yummy. By the way, you can do the same thing with daing (dried fish), the recipe is called sarciadong daing or fried dried fish with sauce.
Try to have this meal composed of Pork Adobo Paksiw with Jeprox and Shrimp Fried Rice. Let me know how you liked it.
- Prepare the Pork Adobo Paksiw, crisp fried jeprox, and shrimp fried rice. See the recipe for each dish in the link provided above.
- In a single serve plate, arrange 1 cup of shrimp fried rice along with some yummy pork adobo paksiw and crispy fried jeprox.
- Serve with a piece of hard boiled egg.
- Share and enjoy!