I normally cook Baguio beans with pork, but today I experimented a little bit and ditched it. And since I like spicy food, I decided to add a Korean ingredient which is Gochugang or pepper paste. You will need the … Continue reading
My sister and I have been addicted to pancakes lately. But we want the healthier kind, so we add different vegetables depending on what’s available in the kitchen..Or what’s cheaper for the week. Today, I use the following:
1/4 small carrots, julliened
1/4 small red bell pepper, julliened
chopped 1 large stalk onion leaks
2-3 pieces potatoes, sliced very thinly
1 small piece onion, chopped
2 large eggs
basil powder (I used an organic kind, purchased from an organic veggie store in the market)
1/2 pack Crispy Fry breading (spicy..garlic flavor is also a very good choice)
1 small can of Century Corned tuna (spicy)
1 cup flour
1 cup oatmeal
1 tbsp sesame oil (can be omitted)
salt to taste
3 tbsp ketchup
1.) Mix everything! If you feel that it’s a little bit try, you may add water. I prefer it really crispy so I don’t add water.
This is one of the Filipino comfort foods. But usually it’s chicken macaroni soup. For this recipe I added Moringa (popularly known as Malunggay among Filipinos) and corn. Why moringa? Because it’s a good source of calcium and my poor teeth deteriorated over the years and I badly need calcium. Why corn? Since I’ve added red bell pepper and malunggay, I wanted to put something yellow..PLus I love YELLOW CORN. Some healthy stuff in here too. 🙂
1.) 400 grams elbow or salad macaroni
2.) 1 pork cube
3.) I can Maling Lite ham (or any other ham..Purefoods ham is also good..or Spam)
4.) 1 large white onion
5.) 2 tbsp light butter
6.) 1 tsp ground black pepper
7.) 5 tbps patis (fish sauce).. You may use salt. Please adjust according to how salty yoy want the soup base to be.
8.) Probably about 10 stalk of malunggay
9.) 1 small red bell pepper
10.) 1/4 wongbook
11.) 10 cups water
12.) 1 big can evaporated milk
13.) 2 pcs pork cubes
14.) 1 corn cob. (kernels removed from the cub). I prefer fresh yellow corn, but canned can also be used if you don’t like to be bothered w/ cutting the corn.
1.) In a small (pre-heated) frying pan, sautee onions in butter and then add ham. (I dont heat the butter. I fry the onions w/ the butter because I don’t want burnt taste/smell on my onions). Fry for about 2 mins.
2.) On a large pot, boil 10 cups of water with pork cubes, ground pepper, fish sauce. Add the fried onions and ham and let wait to boil.
3.) When water boils, add the macaroni. Check if macaroni is half-cooked and put th corn kernels and let continue boiling.
3.) Last, put milk and veggies and let it boil for around 15-20 mins until the macaroni is cooked. Simmer for another 5 minutes.
- Unquestionably Filipino: Malunggay Recipes That is Good For You (ufitstop.wordpress.com)