Vegetable

Vegetable

  • 23 Recipes
Vegan Calamari (Astig 2.0)

Vegan Calamari (Astig 2.0)

Using your hands or a vegetable peeler, strip the mushroom into thin layers. Share. I thought vegan Calamari would be perfect to eat at a game night – the NBA Finals Game 7 to be exact
Lentil Soup and Falafel

Lentil Soup and Falafel

Onions, carrots, celery, tomatoes, dried lentils, vegetable stock (I like Marigold powder) and a variety of spices
Mushrooms and onion fritters

Mushrooms and onion fritters

If you have leftover mushrooms need to use up soon, don't waste it, can be use for a fritter recipe mix with onion or any vegetables you have on hand and herbs, served as appetizer with spicy dipping sauce or as a side dish
Green Goddess Pizza

Green Goddess Pizza

This pretty Green Goddess Pizza is made with a green veggie pizza crust, pesto pizza sauce, and piled lightly with kale, asparagus, peas, and hemp hearts
Spinach Empanadillas

Spinach Empanadillas

Traditionally these little pies are fried, but we’ve baked ours to a flaky perfection with a delicious spinach and currant stuffing that is sweet and savory
TOFU and KANGKONG SUSHI

TOFU and KANGKONG SUSHI

I had a lot of time in my hands yesterday, and got bored that eventually led me to do some experimenting in the kitchen
Kangkong and Tofu in Oyster Sauce

Kangkong and Tofu in Oyster Sauce

vegetable oil. vegetable oil. Ingredients. 2 bundles kangkong (water spinach) washed, hard stems removed. 1 package firm tofu, cubed
Porbidang Kangkong

Porbidang Kangkong

Porbidang Kangkong is a popular dish in Bacolod made with kangkong leaves cooked in chillies and coconut milk
Creamy Chopseuy

Creamy Chopseuy

You may well know Chopsuey by heart as it is the most common vegetable dish in the Philippines but do you know that there is another way to prepare them
Green Beans with Sausage

Green Beans with Sausage

I have a leftover sausage from yesterdays breakfast, that's why I cooked this so that I can used my leftover sausage before it will be rancid
Eggplant Sisig

Eggplant Sisig

Sisig is a popular Filipino dish made of pork cheeks, liver etc, and I love sisig, but can we cook it  using eggplant to replace the pork cheeks and ears
Crispy Kangkong

Crispy Kangkong

It was a long time ago when I learned how to cook this dish, I first cooked it for my nephew ( Jed) when he was 5 years old and he loved it so much that he cried when he finished eating what I served him
Vegetable Fritter

Vegetable Fritter

This is easy to cook and the ingredients are simple and easy to find, I cooked this for few friends who are craving for a Filipino dish called ukoy or okoy
Sisig na Puso ng Saging

Sisig na Puso ng Saging

I already have various recipes of sisig and I want to add this banana blossom sisig ( sisig n apuso ng saging)
Veggies with Quail Eggs

Veggies with Quail Eggs

Saute the vegetables starting from chicharo, peas & carrots. Add the cooked vegetables and cream of mushroom
Laing with Hipon

Laing with Hipon

Laing originated from the Bicol region of Philippines,  but is popular across the country. This is one of my favorite dishes, specially if it is cooked by my Bicolana sister in law, really yummy
Stir-fried vegetables

Stir-fried vegetables

The secret to good stir frying is not to put too much in the wok at the one time, if you do, the vegetables will sweat instead of frying
Steamed Cream Dory in Light Soy Sauce

Steamed Cream Dory in Light Soy Sauce

Sometimes steamed fish can taste bland and boring, as this cooking method is quite tricky to incorporate good flavours with a very delicate ingredient