I called it Mexican Oyster Guisada, with a note on the last letter: The Mexicans call this type of cooking, guisadA, while we Filipinos call it guisadO. Sharing the recipe. This is just good for one or two persons. A soda will go well with this. I got a Diet 7-Up. And ate with the music from the Jesuit Music Ministry’s Musica Chiesa. Enjoy!
*If you don’t have Mexican salsa: you can mix catsup and hot sauce, pwede na. At the Comedor, I liquefy in a blender dried red chillies, onions, a pinch of salt, and water.
With chopped tomatoes, add the spicy Mexican salsa.
Add the sage and brown pepper to taste.