I love spring rolls, whether it’s made with pork or chicken meat or veggies, fried or fresh. And since Lenten Season is coming where we observed no-meat meals, I made this simple recipe of fish spring rolls. I love this variation as it has lesser fat that its meat counterpart.
Here the ingredients:
- mackerel in can but if you use fresh fish, steamed it first and debone then mash using fork.
- 1 med. onion, carrot, parsley, spring onion – chopped then mix to the fish and season with salt and pepper
- Put 1-1/2 tbsp of mixture into the wrapper and roll (please refer to the photo above).
- Fry until golden brown
- Dip in vinegar with lots of garlic or in sweet and spicy sauce. Enjoy!
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s a message drilled into school children from the time they enter kindergarten, but what really makes a good breakfast? It is a meal best enjoyed on a lazy weekend morning, rather than a busy weekday when everyone is scrambling to get out the door. Sure, plenty of people call a simple bowl of cereal a complete meal, but a great breakfast is much, much more.
Start with fresh squeezed juice – perhaps orange or mango, and a nice tall cup of coffee. Eggs are a breakfast staple for good reason. Try them poached, scrambled or fried over easy. A little bit of shredded cheese goes a long way toward jazzing them up. To add a spicy, semi-exotic touch to your eggs, add a little salsa. This vegetable-based spread is a perfect addition and spice really helps bring out the flavor of the eggs. No breakfast would be complete without starchy carbs, so don’t forget whole-grain toast, bagels or English muffins. If you’d like a piece of fruit as well, grapefruit or bananas are popular choices.
There’s no reason to limit the first meal of your day to traditional breakfast foods, either. You might be surprised to find how tasty tuna salad, baked potatoes or even a slice of pizza can be for breakfast. It’s healthier to eat your calories early in the day, too, as opposed to waiting until you’re almost ready for bed.
For a special meal, many folks lay out a barbeque or go out to a fancy steakhouse, but a well-rounded breakfast can be just as satisfying. Best of all, after you’ve enjoyed your breakfast you’ll feel great – ready to tackle your whole day ahead. Eat a full breakfast and enjoy a full, productive day.
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This was hubby’s work (not his job) he just love to cook and try to create his own recipe. This is the of his home-made longaniza or meat sausage. You can store it in the freezer for future use. No additives and preservatives. Carrot is used to make it healthier. Good for the kids’ school snacks/lunch.
- 1/2 kilo ground pork
- 1 tsp. minced garlic
- 1 carrot chopped
- salt and pepper
- 2 stalk Chinese celery chopped finely
- thin layer of fat or panyo (handkerchief) use as casing
- Mixed all the ingredients except the fat casing.
- Put 2 tbsp. of the mixture to the fat casing and roll.
- Steam for 5 minutes to cook the meat and fry until golden brown.
- Serve with steamed rice or bread.