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Sunday, 28 December 2014

Shanghai is one thing I love to prepare for some occasion. Its because its easy and all in one recipe. Aside from that not that expensive as well for the menu that I' am sure will be love by your kids! So here is how to make it and make a try!

Ingredients That You Need :

3 tbsps. cooking oil
2 tbsps. minced garlic
5 cups cooked rice
3 eggs, well beaten 1/2 cup green peas 
1/2 cup chopped carrots
1/2 cup soy sauce

Here's how to make it:

1. In a pan, heat oil and saute the garlic

2. Add the cooked rice, followed by the soy sauce. Mix well.

3. Make a well in the middle of the rice and pour in the eggs. Allow the egg to cook for 2 minutes, before stirring the rice mixture a new.

4. Add in the green peas and carrots. mix well then rap with shanghai wrapper and fry.

5. Once golden brown its cook already and serve hot!

See how easy it is to make! So add this one to you favorite and I' am sure your family and kids will love it too!

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Friday, 12 December 2014


Christmas is approaching maybe your thinking of what yummy and health food you can prepare for you family. Okay we know that during this holiday we really gain some pounds due to much party and foods of course. Lets be wise in choosing a good recipe and also healthy. Not just meat then chicken prepare this one and I' am sure you'll have a healthy holiday!

Here's What You Need :

1/4 cup olive oil
11/4 cups long-peeled and sliced
2 large garlic cloves, crush
1 pinch saffron strands
3 cup light vegetables stock
1/2 lemon, slice
1 tbsp fresh ground black pepper
1 lb washed and trimmed leeks cut into 1-inch lengths
1/4 cup frozen  peas
1/4 cup black olives or more
1 parsley, chopped

Here's How To Make It:

1. Heat the oil in a large, deep pan. Add the long-grain brown rice and onion slices and stir until the rice is coated and begins to turn opaque.

2. Add the garlic, saffron, stock or water, lemon rind and salt and pepper. Mix well, then bring to a boil. Mix again, to distribute the saffron coloring.

3. Arrange the vegetables and olives attractively on top of the rice. Bring to a boil. Cover with a lid or foil and simmer for 45 minutes.

4. Sprinkle with parsley and serve straight from the pan!

So you already a rice and toppings ready to eat! I hope you make a try of it this Christmas! 

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Wednesday, 10 December 2014


Torta means fried in English Talong is know as Eggplant. Although Nutritionist never find any nutrients in this vegetable still its one I love and we prepare for Dinner or Lunch with egg. So its up to you if you going to try it but I know many love this one, why not make a try as its just easy to prepare and good for the budget as well. 

Here's What You Need:

2 Talong ( Eggplang) 
2 egg beaten
salt, pepper to taste
tomato, cilantro or kinchay to garnish

Here's How To Make It:

1. Roast the eggplant, either in the oven or over gas flame (latter is preferable) until the outside skin is charred. Peel off the skin and mash the flesh with a fork. Make sure to keep the whole thing as intact as possible. 

2. In a skillet, fry the onion until translucent and remove. To prepare one torta, beat an egg in a bowl, then dip the eggplant. Hold the whole thing by the stem and don't dip that part in the egg. Add salt and pepper to taste, add finely  chopped cilantro or kinchay to the egg mixture. Just repeat for the other one eggplant.

3. Heat oil in a frying pan, then when the oil is hot, add the mixture to the pan and layer some onion to the top of it. Let it set then turn over with a spatula. Remove and place in a plate then garnish with tomato slices an cilantro/kinchay. Serve with rice and happy eating !

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Monggo is one of the budget menu I love will I' am still younger at the age of 29 yeah I' am just young as that, yet to those who are in 70 with  Arthritis this menu is not for them. Beans is No! No! for those who have that health problem as it will make the pain worst. Its a budget type recipe mostly Filipino love it but some don't of course not all as I have a close friend who don't eat Monggo. Yet mostly they love this recipe! 

Here's What You Need :

1 cup whole monggo ( mung ) beans
5 tablespoons vegetable oil
7 cloves garlic, lightly mashed
2 medium-sized onions, chopped
3/4 lb red-ripe tomatoes, shopped
1/2 lb malunggay leaves
1 tsp salt to taste
q tbsp calamansi or lime juice

Here's How To Make It:

1. Saute garlic in the vegetable oil until light brown. Add onions, fry until translucent. Ass tomatoes, stir for 5-6 minutes.

2. Add cooked monggo beans and bring to a simmer. Simmer with occasional stirring for 5 minutes.

3. Add malunggay leaves, salt and 1 tbsp calamansi juice. Stir and simmer. Simmer with occasional stirring, 5 minutes or until leaves are done. 

See, that how simple is it, now serve it hot with plain rice and enjoy the food with you family! Its health and budget type recipe you can try! Have a great day and enjoy cooking. If you like it feel free to leave your comment! 

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Tuesday, 9 December 2014


Its easy to prepare actually this one is very affordable and very cheap in a budget. We used to prepare it when we really out of money specially when those time that my salary is not enough or would say we need to tighten our belt. So, this one is we prepare for dinner or lunch. Easy to cook and healthy as well. Make a try I' am sure you can save a lot !

Okay lets start, Here's What You Need :

Misua ( around 2 bundles will do )
1/2 onion, finely sliced into half-moons
2-3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
equal amount of ginger,cut in small matchsticks
sayote around 2 pieces

Here's How to Make It:

1. Saute the garlic in oil then add onion and ginger. When onion turns translucent, add the stock or water along with salt or patis and pepper to taste. Bring to boil.

2. Add the sayote ( cut in 1 in squares or to your liking ) and simmer soup until sayote is tender.

3. Add the misua and stir, being careful not to let the misua get stuck to each other ( otherwise you get a nice sticky ricey mess ). Allow to sit for a couple of minutes.  

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