January 31, 2022 5:51 pm
Eggs are a common ingredient used in various dishes, including Philippine cuisine. Because of its nutrients such as protein, vitamins, minerals, and lutein, it’s often a staple of many diet-centered meal plans. Aside from that, its versatility and application in different types of dishes and cooking styles have helped maintain its popularity and usage in recipes. There’s also the fact that we have chicken eggs, duck eggs, quail eggs, and more that we can use in our meals. The sky’s the limit when it comes to this flexible ingredient.
If you need an easy Filipino egg recipe to prepare for the family or yourself, here are some simple dishes you can make.
Warm up during the cold months with this healthy Pinoy porridge recipe! This dish is a combination of classic porridge ingredients such as quail eggs, rice, garlic, spring onion, tokwa, garlic, and anchovies. Add PORKSAVOR® All-In-One Seasoning Mix for a fuller, meatier flavor. Serve this hot for that warm goodness, especially on rainy days.
Binulaklak na itlog
Want your eggs on the fluffier side? This easy-to-make binulaklak na itlog recipe is a must-try! All you need are eggs, cooking oil, and AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning.
Mix the eggs and seasoning in a bowl and beat them before frying the mix with the cooking oil. Make sure the sides are crispy and the eggs have a fluffy consistency. This dish is simple and delicious, and definitely a hit when cooking for the family.
For our seafood lovers out there, make this tortang isda recipe for a delicious breakfast meal. Mix the eggs and AJI-NO-MOTO® Umami Seasoning together in a bowl, then add it after you’ve sautéed the vegetables and the galunggong flakes. Make sure it’s cooked but not to the point where it’s dried up. For added flair, garnish it with spring onions for that IG-worthy look you can share and be proud of after cooking.
Balut is a local egg delicacy and if you’re one of those who love it, why not prepare tokwa’t balut to share with your family? Boil the balut first for 30 minutes before deep frying the tokwa.
For the dressing, use water, vinegar, brown sugar, red onion, chilis (red and green) and SARSAYA® Liquid Seasoning for that richer flavor. Toss them all together and voila! You have a local dish that’s definitely a must-try.
For more amazing egg recipes to try out in your kitchen, check out our Cookmunity website. Browse through stunning dishes that make use of Ajinomoto’s products for better flavor and to elevate your cooking at home!