Monday, November 24, 2008

Please Give Me a Name

Update: From all the suggestions received, I have decided to pick the one given by Jun of IndochineKitchen which is Frankly Onion. This dish is officially called Frankly Onion.

Thank you all and Happy Thanksgiving!



My friend invited us to a potluck farewell party yesterday at their place in Anaheim. 2 of our friends, Ping and Rachel are moving to Minnesota because Rachel got a job offer teaching at the university there. She had asked me to bring Mango Apple Salad which I did but I also wanted to bring something else. I really didn't know what to bring until it donned on me that we have a few packets of beef franks in the freezer.

They are served at the bar as snacks and I really do not know what it is called or what I should call it. That is why I need your help to give a name to these snacks. Until it is given a name, it shall remain as a 'name-less' dish but not recipe-less. These are good for parties or if you just want to snack on something but without too much work. If you are making these for kids, just omit the chili.


Frankly Onion
serves 3-4

1 packet beef franks, cut diagonally
1 onion, sliced
1 red chili, sliced
Sugar to taste

1. In a pan or wok, sauteed the beef franks on high heat.

2. Add onion and chili. Stir until soft.

3. Add sugar and taste.

4. Transfer to a plate and serve hot.





18 comments:

Jun said...

It is so simple, but I bet they taste great! Onions and sausage / franks are always great pairings. Kinda like soul mate. In a weird kind of way. :)

I think I would call it ... "Frankly Onion"

pearly said...

*YUMMY FRANKER STIR FRY WITH RED PEPPER*

I LOVE TO USE FRANKER SAUSAGE with fry rice or mix pepper tom soup well yummy too ! well done this dish do give lot of mmmm feeling :)

Ezza Aziz said...

I agree dengan Jun. Dengar nama tu jer dah terliur...boleh la akak try resepi ni

Jun said...

farina..simple n yummy..Onion sausages?...hehehe

noobcook said...

I'm very bad with names actually ... how about '5 minutes beef flanks sauteed with onions and chili' :P

fafarafa said...

err...sosej goreng???

drNO said...

hahhahha... i always hv trouble in naming things..including recipes.
but this looks delicious..yummy...

Nightwing said...

Helo,

Thanks for dropping by my crib.

Registered end of October...:)

Big day...3 days before Christmas this year...:)

Will update my blog when the day comes....:)

j0s1e267 said...

Your food blog makes me hungry all the time! I love everything you make! Wish I was more diligent about making an effort :P But this simple recipe is too easy to pass! Keep your posts coming!

Sri said...

Hot Weiners?
Spicy Weiners?
Weiners in heat? LOL...

Or Better-than-your-momma's-stir-fried sausages?

hehehehehehe... I'm so bad with names.

averagebetty said...

Now, I'll be thinking about what to name this all day! How about Comfy Franks? These make me feel homey :)

Anonymous said...

Ghetto Goulash.

VG said...

He!He! We call the weiners 'Little Boys' here. Maybe Hot Boys???

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tigerfish said...

I just posted a recipe,asking for help in naming too ;p

mamasita said...

Magic Freezer Leftovers?Lanyak je..as long as nobody dapat tummyache kan?haha

zafiraliza said...

Hmmm...How about "Onion Heaven on Franks". Both the onion lovers and the frankfurter's lovers would apprecite this dish.

Farina, I like to cook similar to this dish.. Just add slices of potatoes, dash of lemon juice and lots of black pepper.

Salt N Turmeric said...

Hi all

Thank you for coming up with names for this dish. You guys are really creative and funny too!

Of all the names, I have to say I like Jun's Frankly Onion the best. Its simple and straight forward. Thank you Jun! And to the rest of my readers, thank you again. *hugs*

Lily said...

yummy...I need try this....
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