FOOD

CHEESY HOTDOG QUESADILLAS

👩‍🍳Quesadillas are particularly easy to produce, very inexpensive, surprisingly filling and tasty. They only consist of tortillas with a melted cheese filling. Preferably mozzarella, cheddar and today I used gouda cheese. Hot dog that got in here is product from Philippines. It belong to national dishes from Central America like partly in Mexico. I said partly because this country lies mainly in North America proper and part of Mexico must be included in Central America.

My cheesy hotdog quesadillas

YOU NEED…….

1pc Big Hotdog, I use the one from Philippines

1pc Tortilla

2pieces Eggs

a Handful Cheddar Cheese

a Handful Gouda Cheese

2tbsp Olive oil

HOW TO…….

BEEF MEAT

BEEF FRANKFURTER-FLATBREAD-EGGS

👨‍🍳The difference between frankfurters and Vienna sausage is not Frankfurt. These are two different types of sausages. Worlds of food explains what the Frankfurter and Vienna sausages are all about and which came first. A frankfurter is a thin boiled sausage made from pure pork. But the muslim made frankfurter out of beef meat.And this usually we can get from Turkey shop also the flatbread. In contrast to the Frankfurter sausages, Vienna sausage consists of pork and beef. That’s what we had for brekky today.

Hubby’s Brekky

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HOW TO…….

SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

SEAFOOD CHOP SUEY

👩‍🍳Chop Suey is a dish made from various vegetables such as bamboo shoots, Mung bean sprouts and mushrooms. It can also contain thin slices of pork, beef, chicken or seafood just like what I did with this dish. Using frozen seafoods today. Today it is known as a Chinese dish in many western countries, and in the Philippines but not in China itself.

Seafood chop Süd-

YOU NEED…….

300 g Frozen Seafood

4tbsp Vegetable Oil

5 cloves Garlic 🧄

1 Red Onion 🧅

1 Carrot 🥕

2pcs small Potato 🥔

1 Red Pepper

1 Green Pepper

1 whole head Cauliflower

200g Mushrooms, Button mushroom or Champignon

150 g Green Beans

3tbsps Soy sauce

1 pouch Mama Sita’s Chop SUEY stir fry mix

half a Head Cabbage

some Salt to adjust seasoning

HOW TO…….

PASTA AND PIZZA

SPIRAL PASTA and CABBAGE

👩‍🍳The traditional SOPAS in the Philippines it’s a soup made with pasta, meat, vegetables and milk. Every Filipino child most likely has been exposed to chicken SOPAS. But mine is something recreation from my mother’s SOPAS. Spiral pasta, and cabbage is the main and the vegetable broth not the SOPAS you know from Philippines with milk. Added the last hotdog which was leftover from today’s brekky, ground pork meat, chicken breast fillet, carrot and cilantro that makes the soup taste better. Served with flatbread. Have a try with this version and tell me. Happy Prepping and Guten Appetit!

Spiral pasta and cab

YOU NEED…….

500g Spiral Pasta

1pc Jumbo Hotdog

200g Ground Pork meat

200g Chicken breast fillet

Half a Head small Cabbage

1pc big Carrot 🥕

5 cloves Garlic 🧄

1pc Onion 🧅

3tbsps Vegetable Oil

1 Liter Vegetable broth

a handful Cilantro, chopped

HOW TO…….

AMATEUR BAKING, MEAT AND VEGETABLES, PORK MEAT, POULTRY

MY SAMGYEOPSAL VERSION| HARVESTING LETTUCE

👩‍🍳My version of SAMGYEOPSAL at home with Jen‘s (niece) harvested lettuce from our terrace urban garden. SAMGYEOPSAL ➡️ is a popular Korean dish. Samgyeopsal is more or less a thinly sliced pork belly and is usually fried with garlic. Here I added chicken breast fillet for me instead of pork not good for hypertension. 🙈😅Recipe yields for four persons.

My Samgyeopsal version

YOU NEED…….

1kg Pork Belly

a bunch of Lettuce 🥬

300g Chicken breast fillet, optional this is for me

FOR SAUCE:

I prepared two types of sauce according to your preferences.

Sauce 1⬇️

Haft a Cup of Sesame seeds oil with salt and pepper

Sauce 2⬇️

Chopped onion 🧅

Chopped garlic 🧄

half a Cup of Mama Sita’s BBQ marinade

1tbsp Chili 🌶 flakes

2tbsp Maple 🍁 syrup

1 and half tablespoons toasted Sesame seeds

HOW TO…….

BAKING AND DESSERT

„INUTAK“ A FILIPINO RICE CAKE COOKED in SWEETENED COCONUT 🥥 MILK 🥛

“Inutak” is a Filipino rice cake cooked in sweetened coconut milk. Originated from Pateros, Philippines. The word “Inutak” came from Tagalog root word “Utak” which means “Brain”. Maybe because it has the same consistency just like brain could be the reason how it got its name. Served with red Ribes ice cream. Happy Prepping and Guten Appetit!

My homemade „Inutak“

YOU NEED…….

4cups of Coconut 🥥 milk or 1800ml

1cup of Tapioca flour

1cup of Glutinous Rice flour

1cup of Sugar, white

half a teaspoon Salt 🧂

8g Vanilla Sugar

1tsp Purple Yam essence

200g Creamed Coconut with 1tbsp Brown Sugar, for topping

HOW TO…….

MEAT AND VEGETABLES, SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

WIDE BEANS-CHILI with BEEF MEAT in COCONUT MILK | SEA BREAM-DORADE

👩‍🍳Meal prepping in my kitchen with wide beans and chili goes with beef meat cooked in coconut milk and sea bream. This fish bream is called “Usata or Oblada Melanura” fresh from fish shop. A recipe for fish fans! The gilthead is a very delicate edible fish that must not be missing in any kitchen. In restaurants it is known under the name “Dorade royale” we call it sea bream. 👩‍🍳Thank you so much for dropping by here, please don’t forget to like, share and subscribe for more Recipes around the Globe and Eating as Medicine, on my YOUTUBE CHANNEL. This Recipe yields for four persons. Happy Prepping!

Sea bream or Dorade
Wide beans and chili with beef meat in coconut milk

FOR VEGETABLES:

YOU NEED…….

200 g Wide Beans

150g Beaf meat

3tbsps any Vegetable oil

1pc Onion 🧅

4cloves Garlic 🧄

10g Turmeric

100g Chili, Green not spicy

400ml Cooconut milk

FOR SEA BREAM:

2pieces Sea bream

1pc Lemon 🍋 for juice

Pinch of Salt and Pepper

6tbsps Vegetable Oil for fish frying

a pinch of Thyme

4cloves Garlic 🧄

10g Chive

3 sprigs of Rosemary

HOW TO…….

Eating as Medicine, SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

VINE SPINACH (ALUGBATI) and CO

„Eating as Medicine“ 👩‍🍳Malabar spinach is an edible vine that has a thick, crunchy texture and lemon-peppery flavor. Vine spinach or Alugbati to us Filipinos. As I’m always mentioning I love green leafy vegetables, and this is one among them. Alugbati can be added in any other vegetables like here I got okra, bitter gourd, eggplant, string beans or Sitaw in Tagalog and sponge gourd plus small shrimp seasoned with just fish sauce. As simple as that a healthy eating to maintain health, feel good, and have energy. 👩‍🍳Thank you so much for dropping by, please don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more Recipes around the Globe and Eating as Medicine on my YOUTUBE CHANNEL.

Vine spinach and Co (Alugbati)

YOU NEED…….

a bunch of Vine Spinach (Alugbati)

200g Shrimp 🍤

2cups of water

3tbsps Fish Sauce (Patis)

2pieces small Sponge gourd

1 bunch of String Bean (Sitaw)

12pieces Okra, small

some Salt 🧂 if needed to adjust the taste

1pc Tomato 🍅

1pc Onion 🧅

2pieces Bitter gourd, small Ampalaya

1pc Eggplant 🍆

HOW TO…….

BAKING AND DESSERT

CARAMELIZED SWEET PURPLE POTATO | PURPLE CAMOTE CUE

👩‍🍳When was the last time you ate Camote Cue? Camote Cue is usually serve as afternoon snacks in the Philippines. I remember during my elementary days, my mother she used to cook this during weekends always accompanied with water Melon or sugar Melon. My aunt she used to cook this by adding cinnamon powder. But I love my Camote Cue most serve with Sago and Gulaman.

My sweet purple camote cue

YOU NEED…….

4pieces Sweet purple potato, peeled and sliced

some Brown Sugar

about 4 to 5 cups Vegetables oil

some Bamboo Sticks

HOW TO…….

PURE VEGGIES

TOFU-VEGGIES with SWEET and SOUR SAUCE

👩‍🍳SWEET & SOUR—This term is used to describe dishes that have a flavor balanced between sweet and pungent, usually accomplished by combining sugar and vinegar. The flavor is often incorporated into a sauce or dressing that can be served with meat, fish or vegetables. The Chinese are famous for their sweet-and-sour specialties and the Germans are noted for their delicious sweet-and-sour cabbage dishes. So I can say this is a combination of German-Chinese effect! As everybody knows, I’m living in German speaking country. It does in fact originate from China, and is now also used in some American and European cuisines.

Tofu & vegetable with sweet and sour sauce

YOU NEED…….

4 Cake Tofu

Some Vegetable Oil

1pc Carrot 🥕

Half a Head Cabbage

100g Champignons

100g Snow Peas

1pc Green Pepper and Red Pepper

FOR SAUCE:

2pcs Scallions

Half a Head Garlic 🧄

Thumb-sized Ginger

3tbsps Soy sauce

2tbsp Vinegar

2tbsp Brown Sugar

HOW TO…….