Melon Juice or Cantaloupe Juice; it is a type of Filipino refreshment where it is made out of shredded Melon, Water, Sugar, Milk and Ice. It is a popular street drink where you can see it everywhere usually served in small drinking plastic bags with straws sold alongside with buko juice and sago gulaman. A very easy drink to make, definitely it would quench your thirst especially during the hot summer days.
Pastillas de Leche
Filipino Food: Pastillas de Leche - Learn the non-cooking way of making "Pastillas de leche". Easy to make milk candy that you will definitely like. If you can notice this recipe has no sugar in the ingredients, that's the good thing about it, because I replaced the sugar with powdered milk. Here is how to do it.
Nilagang Baka Recipe
Nilagang Baka is a simple Filipino beef soup. There are many ways to prepare Nilagang Baka; this Nilagang baka recipe that I am featuring is probably the tastiest among the versions that I know because I used some sort of mirepoix to infuse flavor to the soup – I’m talking about the addition of onion, celery, and star anise in the initial step so that the soup will be flavorful even before we add the beef.
Monggo Beans (or Mung Bean Soup)
Filipino food, Monggo Soup with Malunggay, Monggos are the same thing as mung beans. They are widely used in Asian countries and they cook almost exactly like lentils. LENTILS! My favorite! And something you can almost for surely buy wherever you live. Whether you use lentils or monggo (mung) beans, you’ll pretty much turn into a walking picture of health. These little guys are your friend.