In the Kitchen will be the category where I will post some of the recipes I cook for my family. I promise you these are super-duper easy recipes because I’m really not an expert in the kitchen plus the fact that I don’t want recipes with so many steps/how-tos. Just 4-6 instructions, anything more than that, I skip the page of my recipe book and look for simpler recipes. So newbies in the kitchen, I hope you’ll try my recipes or suggestions and let’s share kitchen secrets!
It’s been a while since my last recipe post, it’s because I don’t have something new to cook. I haven’t been adventurous in my cooking lately, or I didn’t find something that’ll excite me to cook something new again. Last weekend, I put a different spin in my macaroni soup, instead of using ground beef, I used Swift Premium Corned Beef. And because I miss eating ramen, I added corn kernels too which is an ingredient I like with my ramen.
I discovered Swift Premium Corned Beef recently and I was a convert! It tastes like the imported and expensive ones but this is really affordable. You can see big chunks of meat which is slow-cooked to perfection, or should I say #mmmTakesTime. When I was boiling the water for this recipe, the stock’s color looks like I boiled “bulalo” for hours. Try using Swift Premium Corned Beef on your next sopas recipe, it will make your soup more flavorful.
Corned Beef and Corn Macaroni Soup Recipe
1 can Swift Premium Corned Beef
1 small can or 1/2 cup corn kernels
1/4 pack (smallest pack) of Del Monte Macaroni
1 big can of Carnation evaporated milk
1 carrot, diced
small cabbage, chopped
1 Pork cube
2-3 cloves garlic, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 tsp. oil
salt and pepper to taste
- Saute garlic and onion in oil.
- Add Swift Premium Corned Beef. Cook for a few minutes then add water, about 4-5 cups. Cover.
- When the water is boiling, add the pasta. Also add the pork cube and carrots.
- Once the pasta is cooked, add the corn kernels, cabbage, and evaporated milk.
- Season with salt and pepper according to taste.
- Serve hot, enjoy!
I hope you try this! I’d love to know what other ingredients goes into your sopas? Share them in the comments section.