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!
Last week, it was raining almost everyday. And when it’s raining, masarap kumain at matulog. But in my case, I have to cook too even if I’m feeling lazy. The solution, an easy recipe that’s also perfect for the rainy days!
Misua with Meatballs
1/4 kilo ground pork
1 small carrots, diced finely
2 packs of misua
1 small pack Magic Sarap
salt and pepper to taste
How to cook:
- In a bowl, combine ground pork and diced carrots. Add a bit of Magic Sarap.
- Form small balls from the mixture.
- Fry the meatballs in a non-stick pan. Set aside.
- In a separate pot, saute garlic and onions.
- Add the meatballs. Make a few stirs.
- Add about 4 or 5 cups of water.
- Once water is boiling, add the misua.
- Sprinkle some Magic Sarap, salt and pepper to taste.
- Check if the misua is cooked, once cooked, it’s done!
If I may add, this recipe that can serve 3-4 persons only costs me Php 72! I bought the misua for Php 10 each, carrots for Php 3, and 1/4 ground pork for Php 49 at our neighborhood talipapa. I have a stock of Magic Sarap, onion and garlic. This is one yummy meal that’s budget-friendly.
Now, you’ll be seeing a lot of Magic Sarap in my recipes, I’m not paid for it ha! (I wish!). But I simply cannot cook without this. But feel free to use or not use Magic Sarap, you can also use Knorr, Ajinomoto, etc… Masyado lang akong naconvince sa commercial ng Maggi, hehe.
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