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TIPID MEALS

Ingredients:

1 can corned beef


1 can pork and beans

Combined 1 can corned beef and 1 can pork and beans.


Then put it in the microwave oven for 3 minutes and you're done.

Crispy Tofu Nuggets


Tofu (firm)
Cornstarch
Flour
Ginisa Flavor Mix
Dry tofu with paper towel. Cut in bite-size pieces. Mix cornstarch, flour and Ginisa Mix. Coat tofu with dry
mixture. Deep fry. Enjoy!
Masarap with spicy chili sauce or ketchup and mustard.
This can actually serve as extenders to any ulam or Century Tuna variant.
I use crunchy fried tokwa as an extender to the Century Tuna guinisa sa bawang, sibuyas, toyo, oyster
sauce.

1. Sweet and Spicy Tofu in Oyster Sauce I have Sir Arjay Garcia Cayetano to thank for this yummy
recipe that he shared to our group. It is actually the photo i used for the graphics of this specific post.
According to him, you just fry the tofu cubes. Set them aside. Saute garlic and onion, add oyster sauce,
and a cup of water, and bring to a boil. Add salt and pepper to taste, plus chili flakes if you like it spicy.
Add fried tofu and celery, then you are done! Last time i checked, tofu sells for about 35.00 to 40.00 per
block, you may buy two blocks and everything is fair game! Thanks again Sir Arjay.
2. Tuna Penne Pasta This is my go-to pasta for if we are in a hurry, we have unannounced visitors, or
we are already running low on pantry and freezer supplies and have yet to shop for groceries. I wrote
the recipe in an earlier post. Two cans of tuna and half kilo of pasta is enough for this recipe!
3. Banana heart patties My friend G introduced me to this, and boy it tastes so yummy youd think it
is made of meat! My handsome and carnivorous laundryboy a.k.a man of the house, mistook it for my
homemade hamburger patties. I used this recipe. A large banana burger can make up to 12 patties! left
overs can even be eaten for meryenda or baon the next day. truly, Saging lang talaga ang may

puso
4. Hearty Chicken Sopas If you want to make a good meal out of this then do the works. You will just
need about 250-350 grams of elbow macaroni, a small can of evaporated milk, two chicken cubes,
medium carrot, celery (if you have some lying a around), a tablespoon of butter, and of course a small
chicken breast. Here is my ultra-easy home recipe >> Just boil the chicken breast, flake it once it is cool
to touch. Saute onion in a little bit of oil, add in the butter, add in the chicken, carrots, and then the
crumbled chicken cubes. Add in the Macaroni shells. let it be coated by the juices of the ingredients in
your pot. Add in the milk. Add in enough water. Add Salt to taste. Boil away. You may want to keep left
overs in the fridge right away to keep it from spoiling.
5. Munggo Gisado with Yummy Chicharon This is just your standard munggo gisado recipe, this time
topped with a hefty portion of Lapids Chicharon. Yumminess!
6. Sardines with Misua One of my ex-bosses just loves this ulam. Like so much that whenever our
messenger has this for lunch, he cant help but be inggit, and ask him to bring some the next day, sabay
abot ng money for ingredients! Super simple to cook, just saute your favorite tomato sardines in onion,
garlic, and a bit of ginger if you want the fishy taste to go away. Squeeze in a bit of calamansi. add a cup
or two of water, and a dash of soy sauce. Add in the misua. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Ladle
over steaming white rice!
7. Tofu or Tuna Sisig If you will use tuna, you basically drain and flake the hot and spicy version. Saute
onion and garlic, add the tuna, and slices of finger chilis, add a bit of calamansi juice, a bit of mayo and a
dash of oyster sauce. Season with Knorr seasoning to suit your taste. Just sub tuna with fried tofu cubes,
add in a bit more mayo. So yum!
1. Tokwa and Bokchoy This is super affordable yet delicious and filling. You can actually substitute
tokwa with tofu, and bokchoy with either kangkong, spinach or even pechay. Anyway for the procedure
fry about four squares of tokwa evenly. Then slice into cubes. Saute onion and garlic, then the tokwa.
Add in the diced bokchoy or pechay or kangkong. After which add some oyster sauce (eyeball it or add
1-2 tbsp). Then add in a cornstarch with water mixture. I dissolve a tablespoon of cornstarch in 1/4 cup
of water. Let it simmer. Check the taste and season as needed with soy sauce. Optional: Drizzle a bit of
sesame oil.
2. Binagoongang Talong Warning this will make you eat a lot of rice! Anyway, talong and bagoong
are too good to be cheap so you can still buy a bit of panggisang pork for sahog. I usually choose a slice
of liempo and ask the butcher to slice it for sauteeing, instead of buying the readily sliced pork saute
since the ready-made version is just so fatty.
3. Tuna nuggets. This is a simple kiddie recipe i came across with in internet parenting forums. My kids
absolutely love tuna but wouldnt it be nice if theyd eat it differently sometimes? Check out this super
affordable recipe that makes use of a can of tuna, several individual packs of skyflakes, and then some
seasonings and oil. Bonus is this can also be a great baon food for your grade schooler.
4. Vegetarian Okoy This recipe is not just under P100, it can even be included in your childs Tamang
Kain recipe (of course minus all of the seasonings). You can interchange the veggies actually, come just
use togue, others kalabasa and carrots, some just plain malunggay and kalabasa. Experiment and enjoy.
5. Baguio Beans with Giniling This is super yummy especially when your greens are super fresh. Just
saute onions, garlic, tomatoes and then about kilo of pork or beef giniling (whatever you have in your
freezer actually). Add I the Baguio beans, and then a little bit of water. Season with a bit of soy sauce or
oyster sauce depending on your preference. Simmer until the beans are cooked, and then serve.
6. Tinolang Tahong Depending on the size of the mussels, it would sell for about P45-60.00 per kilo.
The only other sahog you will need for this are onions, ginger, and possibly malunggay and dahon ng sili
from the neighborhood (some add lemongrass though) J This recipe is perfect for moms who just gave
birth or are breastfeeding (click here for more pinoy breastfeeding recipes).