As a new homemaker for less than three years, people would often ask me if I cook at home and what recipes / dishes do I usually prepare? I usually reply with another question “what do you want me to cook, if ever?“.
At home, my husband is my number one fan . . . because there’s only the two of us! 🙂
The Quest for the Perfect Recipe
Earlier today in a lunch date with fellow bloggers, we were talking about our favorite restaurant dishes. One shared that she loves grilled cheese sandwich where my husband was quick to say that for him, the best grilled cheese sandwich was the one I make at home! I didn’t think he would love a simple grilled cheese sandwich.
On the other hand, I love pasta dishes or basically any food with tomato sauce. 🙂
My mom’s side of the family loves Sauteed (ginisang) monggo. It’s like party at home every time we have ginisang monggo on the table. I can’t imitate grandma’s delicious ginisang monggo but I was able to come up with my own version of sauteed monggo.
Sauteed Mongo With Vermicelli Recipe
- 1 cup monggo (boiled)
- 2-3 pcs sliced red tomatoes
- 1 medium onion
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1 pc Knorr Pork Cube
- Malunggay or Alukbati
- sliced eggplant
- alukon (optional)
- Vermicelli noodles
- Boil monggo until tender. Add pork and allow to boil. Set aside.
- On a pan, sautee onion, garlic, tomatoes. Add 1/4 cup of boiled monggo and 1 cube Knorr pork.
- Pour the sauteed ingredients on boiled monggo and let it simmer.
- Add eggplants, alukon, vermicelli noodles and malunggay.
- Let it simmer. Taste and serve while hot.
I hope that Filipino recipe will be able to help you in your home coking with Knorr products specially that Independence Day (Araw ng Kalayaan) in the Philippines is just around the corner – specifically June 12!