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hello everyone!

welcome to my cookbook !!

in here, i will b sharing some of my all time favorite food and how i like to make them.

hope y'all enjoy

Episode 1: SINIGANG


            1 tablespoon vegetable oil

            1 small onion, chopped

            1 tomato, chopped

            2 pounds pork (chop or bone in)

            8 cups of water

            1 package tamarind soup base (such as Knorr®)

            3 bunches spinach

            2 pounds baby bok choy

            1/4 pounds okra

            2 jalapeno pepper

            1 pound green beans

            1 eggplant


            ( I love vegetables so I listed a lot of them, but u can adjust the amount and kind of vegetables you like, it doesn’t really matter)



  1. Boil 8 cups of water, cook chopped pork in the water till it changes color.

  2. Dump the water, rinse pork under running water.

  3. Heat oi on medium heatl, stir in the onion, cook and stir till its soft, add in pork chop till it turns a little burned color, add in tomatoes and stir till juices come out.

  4. Add in 8 cups of water, cover the pot, medium high for 30 minutes.

  5. Add in sinigang powder, cover the pot, medium high for 20 minutes.

  6. Add in vegetables, hard ones (baby bok choy, green beans, jalapeno pepper) first, cover the pot till the vegetables are soft enough, add in soft vegetables (eggplant, spinach, okra), stir everything so its evenly covered with soup, cover the pot till everything is cooked.

  7. Serve and ENJOY!!




2 tablespoon olive oil

            2 chicken breasts, diced

            ½ pound shrimp, diced

            1 bunch spinach (or any veggies)

            4 cloves garlic (or powder)

            2 cups whole milk

            1 cup shredded parmesan cheese

            1 teaspoon salt

            1 teaspoon pepper

            ½ pound pasta noodles (preferred veggie noodles), cooked


            ( I love spinach so I used a lot, but u can adjust the amount and kind of vegetables you like, it doesn’t really matter)



  1. Heat up olive oil over medium high heat.

  2. Cook chicken with salt and pepper.

  3. Cook shrimp till it’s not translucent.

  4. Add in garlic and spinach till smell the garlic and spinach are soft.

  5. Add in milk and cheese, mix, wait till boil.

  6. Mix the pasta noodles, make sure its covered evenly with the sauce.

  7. Wait for a few minutes till the sauce is thick enough (not liquidly). Add more salt and pepper if it’s plain. (it happens often since milk is plain)

  8. Serve and ENJOY!

Episode 3: chicken oyakadon


  • 2 pieces of chicken breast

  • 1 onion

  • 4 eggs

  • Soy sauce

  • Sugar

  • Cooking alcohol

  • 1 ½  cups cooked rice



  1. Defrost chicken LOL

  2. Cut up onion to slices, chicken to bite size

  3. Prepare the sauce with ½ bowl of water, 1 spoon of soy sauce, 2 spoons of cooking alcohol, ½ spoon of sugar

  4. Heat up the pan, throw in the sauce and onion after sauce starts to boil

  5. Wait till onion getting soft, throw in chicken

  6. While chicken is cooking, half whip the eggs, take out the white things if u feel like it

  7. Try out the sauce in the pan, add in more soy sauce and cooking alcohol if it tastes plain

  8. After chicken is cooked, dump in half of the eggs on top, wait till its harden (fully cooked), cover the pan (around 1 min)

  9. Throw in other half of the eggs, wait till half harden (around 30 secs)

  10. Serve on top of rice and ENJOY!!


  • chicken breast x 1.5lbs (cooked, shredded)

  • chicken broth  x 2 big box containers

  • frozen veggies x 1 bag  (beans, carrots, peas)

  • onion.                   x 1 (cut)

  • garlic                    x 4 (mincded)

  • noodles               x ½ box

  • butter                  x 2 spoons



  1. Melt butter in a big pot

  2. Add onion & garlic. Cook till super soft. Around 8mins

  3. Add in veggies & chicken. Flip a lil

  4. Add broth, noodles, salt & pepper

  5. Bring to a boil, cover, turn down the hear, wait for 20 mins.

  6. Yum its ready and ready to serve.

Episode 4: chicken noodle soup

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