Chicken Pastel By Rolled Into One Mom

    (Chicken Pastel) 

Chicken is my all time favorite. Be it fried, sauced or steamed, chicken will always be part of my weekly meal. When I got the hang of cooking, Chicken Pastel was one of the chicken recipes I made sure I learned how to cook.

Chicken Pastel can be an expensive recipe, but it's up to you to make your recipe fit your budget. I decided to use ingredients not as expensive but just as delicious as the pricey ones you will find at the grocery store. 

So now, I'm sharing my Chicken Pastel recipe with other mommas and I hope you have as much fun cooking it and I hope your kids like my 8 year old pamangkin Sofia enjoy eating it too! 

1 Kilo Chicken Wings (one of my favorite parts) 
About 8 pcs medium potatoes (sliced into 2) - I fried them too! 
Green Peas 
Button Mushroom (sliced) 
Nestle All Purpose Cream
Alaska Evaporated Milk
Garlic (my favorite ingredient!) - minced
Onion - sliced into small cubes
Maggi Magic Sarap
Cheese (Grated)
1 dozen quail eggs (Boiled)
Laurel leaves
1 teaspoon fish sauce (patis) - optional 

1. Sautee garlic and onion until onion is a little brown and garlic crystalized
2. Add chicken wings and sautee until chicken meat is tender, do this for about 5 minutes
3. Pour in All Purpose Cream and Evap, bring to a boil, add Magic Sarap
4. Add laurel leaves, green peas and mushroom, simmer. 
5. Season according to your taste
6. Once peas are cooked, turn heat to low add boiled quail eggs then put grated cheese on top 
7. Serve with hot rice. 

Let me know how yours go fellow mommas'! 

nhessie a.

By some surprising twist of fate, I am now a mom...a single one at that! I'd like to think that God has granted my most fervent wish - to become a superhero! At least in the eyes of my one year old boy - Alejandro. I'm a public servant experiencing fulfillment from doing the best I can to change the world in my own little way. A newbie blogger mom/digital mom and so far, I'm having difficulty switching from being the single, career woman I'm used to in the past and the new role I'm dealt with today. I'm an online entrepreneur too - I don't know where I'm going but then again, I already know where I'm from. And I don't ever wanna go back, Join me, in my missteps and misadventures and tell me what you think about my take on LIFE, LOVE and EVERYTHING ELSE IN BETWEEN. Welcome to Mama Whale's world!


  1. Yeah I've always thought Chicken Pastel was an expensive dish so i kinda steered away from it. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

    1. mommy may! i used afforable ingredients, didn't spend more than 500 pesos for it :-)

  2. Like May, I consider Chicken Pastel an expensive dish so I don't cook it a home. hehehe!

    1. mommy may! it's very tipid, my version ha! hehehe

  3. I love love love creamy Chicken Pastel!

  4. I love chicken pastel. My hubby cooks this very well also. :)