SAVOY CABBAGE-VEGGIE MEAL
👩🍳The Shakshuka is a popular dish in Levantine cuisine. A truly versatile one at that, because the vegetable casserole doesn’t suit me with delicious savoy cabbage, pumpkin and cannellini beans or just white beans. do not care about seasonal circumstances. Fresh sage and oriental spices refine the refined veggie meal, with crispy garlic baguette. The veggie meal on this Sunday afternoon.
1 small head Savoy Cabbage
1 small Hokkaido Pumpkin 🎃
2 pieces Baguette 🥖
some Vegetable Broth, about 1 and haft tbsps
15g fresh Sage
some chopped Parsley
A pack of Oriental Spices
2 Eggs 🥚
2tbsps Linseed oil
1 can Cannellini beans or just white beans
Salt and Pepper
3tbsps Minced Garlic 🧄
some Olive oil for Baguette 🥖
🌎🌍🌏NO FLOUR BANANA 🍌 PANCAKE 🥞 with CINNAMON
#snackfor2 #lockdownday18 #covid19
Banana pancakes are easy, yummy and quick to prepare. Taste wonderfully juicy too. The best thing is that you can use overripe, brown bananas 🍌 for this pancakes 🥞 that most people don’t want to eat anymore. 🤪 I got this small bananas the other day from Lidl Supermarket seems nobody cares or want to eat it. These was the rest from my daughter’s smoothie which I also made for her.
5 small Bananas or 2 big ones
1tsp Baking powder
1tsp Cinnamon powder
3pcs small Eggs or 2 big ones
🇵🇭Hubby’s CRISPY CHICKEN BACK-BONES
#COVID_19 #lockdown #day4
„Life is always a changing process“. Staying at home is not a problem for both of us (hubby and I). He‘s always busy with something like; checking his car engine, arranging things in our cellar, cleaning the car, as well as keeping busy in the kitchen. And most of all movie marathon, yesterday almost the whole day watching old films online not NETFLIX. Me with my Vlog, Blog, my YOUTUBE channel, editing my meal prepping and travel videos, arranging my pantry, cleaning, assorting my books, and mostly in the afternoon I read books. There is always something that could keep me busy at home, I could imagine how is life for me when i‘m retired. Thank you for visiting me here please check out my YouTube channel too.
🇦🇹ONE POT VEGETABLE
# COVID-19 #lockdownday3 #mealprep
This quick, easy and nutritious vegetable recipe credit to @gutekueche.at
I promised I‘ll give feedback after prepping, here it is the video will tell it all specially at the end all done for family of four. Really so good served with bread (not in video), I ate with my spelt bread. Another vegetable recipe added to my collection of #eatingasmedicine so yummy, again thumbs up and kudos to @gutekueche.at
2tbsp Oil, I used Linseed oil as always
1pc Onion, I opted to red one for color
4 cloves Garlic
2pc Chili Pepper
half a Head of small Celery
1pc Turnip Cabbage (Kohlrabi)
1tbsp Paprika Powder
half a Liter or more Vegetable broth
Salt and Pepper to taste
a handful chopped Parsley
🇵🇭“LASWA“ with FEW SHRIMP (Vegetables with Few Shrimp)
Why few shrimp? Simply because „eating as medicine“ and „in moderation“. Do you believe that eating or nutrition can heal. And lots of vegetables ideal for healthy diet. He/She who suffer from chronic illness and want to do something themselves to make them feel better, the right nutrition offers great opportunities for this. The reason why for me preferably more vegetables than meat. Today‘s prepping is all about „LASWA“ (vegetables) in which I added few Shrimps just to give a little bit flavor of it.
There are so many version of this specially in Western Visayas region in the Philippines. Check out the other version I‘ve cooked before:
a handful Lima beans
a handful Okra
2pcs small Sponge gourd
Salt to taste
100g or 6pcs Shrimp
🇵🇭MACKEREL COOKED a la SPANISH-STYLE SARDINES
Try to make your own Spanish style sardines using any fish according to your preference. Here I use fresh mackerel, super easy recipe without using pressure cooker. Just slow cooking covered with enough oil. Just to reduce the oil and get fish meat and bones to become tender without breaking into pieces. Thanks for dropping by here and please don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.
500g fresh Mackerel
6 big cloves Garlic
1pc big Carrot
some small Chili, spicy green, yellow and red
1tbsp Pepper corns
1/2liter Olive oil
1cup sliced Pickled Cucumber
JAPCHAE is a sweet and savory stir-fried glass noodles with assorted vegetables. Here with Pak Choi, Chinese cabbage, carrots and sautéed minced beef with zucchini and mushroom. Seasoned with oyster sauce, soy sauce, and sesame seeds too. Topped with fried beaten egg. Most popular traditional celebration dish in Korean cuisine.
500g Glass noodles
250g minced Beef
4tbsp Linseed oil
2pcs Pak Choi
1pc small Chinese cabbage
2tbsp Oyster sauce
3tbsps Soy sauce
2tbsp Sesame seeds
Salt and Pepper
1tbsp Vegetable broth powder
2tbsp Erythritol (Alternative Sugar)
Note: zucchini, mushrooms and a dash of sesame seeds oil is added in sautéed minced beef.
🇵🇭SPICY LONG GREEN BEANS (Spicy Sitaw)
Today’s meal prepping for the family, Spicy long green beans using Mama Sita’s BBQ marinade product from the Philippines. Simple but super yummy!
There are over one and hundred twenty different green bean varieties. They said a single cup can give adults more than fifteen percent of their daily vitamin A and C requirements and about four grams of dietary fiber.
250g Long Green beans (Sitaw)
10g Chili or Chili Pepper
12g Shrimp Paste (Bagoong)
500g minced Beef
30ml Mama Sita‘s BBQ Sauce or marinade
5tbsp Olive oil
🇪🇺🇵🇭WHAT‘S ON THE TABLE
Throwback, some of my home food prepping during the time my cousin Gie and her son was with us. During their Europe vacation.
That was linner, the first meal I prepared for my cousin Gie and her son. Oven trout, salad, Sarma ( stuffed cabbage), and knuckle of pork (Stelze) and because we are Filipinos rice is a must!
Here again brekky with boiled Frankfurter, toast bread, strawberry in sour cream, coffee and tea. The time my cousin Gie and her son took their vacation in Vienna. Of course my doggy Mary and Riyad also on the picture.
My spaghetti requested by Noah, Gie’s son (cousin). Bolognese is the sauce I made for them with grana padano cheese plus salad and sliced apples. Someone requested for coffee and tea too.
Food memories brekky a la Pinoy (Filipino) too heavy never again! Imagine; fried rice, longganisa, fried tuyo, scrambled eggs, sunny side egg, and for dipping vinegar with chili spicy of course plus tea and coffee Jesus Christ! What unhealthy life style never again!