So whats for dinner? I'm having Odong for dinner! Odong is a different kind of noodles, because it is straight like spaghetti and taste salty when it is cooked. I never know about this until I came here in Manila, one of my board mate from Visayas introduced it to me, in fact I never hear about this when I was in Bicol.
For those who don't know odong, it is a small diameter noddles that is sold in tiny packs and very popular in Cebu. I love it, because it is so easy to cook, won't even take 30 minutes.
I sauteed the garlic, onions and a can of sardines--I prefer hot and spicy, and like to add some vegetables (patola), then pour a glass of water or more (it depends on you), black pepper and simmer until its cook, then bon-a-petit!!!!
Everybody liked it for its economical, delicious and satisfying comfort food, no wonder why it is so popular in the Southern parts of the Philippines.