Chopsuey with Chicken Liver

One of my favourite vegetable dishes to eat is Chopsuey, it was a Chinese cuisine adopted by the Filipinos.  We have been planning to prepare this dish for dinner but we always forget to buy chicken liver in the local market.


When we are finally able to buy the missing ingredients, we had it. Instead of buying vegetables separately we bought mixed vegetables for chopsuey for P10.00 per plastic, it was already expensive compare those times where they only cost P5.00 per plastic.

Cooking chopseuy at home is easy as 1, 2, 3


Mixed vegetables (carrots, cabbage, beans and spinach), chicken liver, oil, onion, garlic, salt


  1. Saute the garlic and onion
  2. Put-in the chicken liver and let cook for few minutes
  3. Add the mixed vegetables, cover the pot and fry for 5 minutes or until vegetables are cooked
  4. Add cup of water and bring to a boil and let it simmer,
  5. Sprinkle salt to taste
  6. Serve hot. Share and Enjoy!
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Sautéed Bean Sprouts

On summer months where fields are dry planting mongo beans is one of the best options of many farmers in our area. My father had planted a few in the small piece of land his farming and a few weeks ago he already had a harvest.

For a change just merely by boiling and sautéing the beans we decided to soaked some mongo beans and let them grow and when the beans sprouted, we sautéed vegetable with it.

Sautéed Mongo Sprouts

Making this dish is so easy all you will need to do is sauté the ingredients and add a little seasoning to enhance the flavor and you are done.

My Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of mongo sprouts
  • Chicken strips
  • Mixed vegetables (carrots, cabbage, beans and turnips) this can be bought in the public market for ten pesos per small packed.
  • Garlic, onions, oil, salt, black pepper and etc.,


  1. Saute the garlic and onion, add the strips of chicken and mixed vegetables
  2. Add the mongo bean sprouts and chicken broth and cook for 3-5 minutes.
  3. Season with salt (as needed) and pepper, and turn off the heat.
  4. Serve with rice, best with boiled egg aside.

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Chicken Adobo with Kangkong

On our last shopping day I bought chicken and sprite so I can cook chicken adobo with sprite but unfortunately my husband drink the can of sprite when we had a spicy BHC chicken. So instead I cooked my adobo with string beans and kangkong, I also added the ladies finger because they’re getting old. I bought these vegetables on Sunday at Filipino market in Hyehwa. I just thought it would be easier if I cooked them together rather than separately as I am also planning to cook the vegetables in soy sauce.

Chicken Adobo with Kangkong

Cooking this is just like the normal adobo you just need to add the vegetables when the chicken is already tender. I just used half of the chicken so I will not get tired of eating adobo.

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Sauteed Vegetables with Hot Dog

The other day I experimented cooking the hot dog by adding stir fried vegetables.  I added ginisa mix to add more taste other than salt. It was awesome for me but as usual my husband comment is it is crap without tasting it. Lol

Stir Fried vegetables with hot dog

Cooking this was very easy I sauted garlic and then add the hot dogs and vegetables when the hot dogs are little brown. After it I add ginisa mix and little salt and add little water to cook it.

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Shopping for Vegetables in Lotte Super


Tomorrow will be the start of our juice fasting but dunno if we can start together because I cooked too much rice and I have to eat one pot of it for one day, which is today. It feels like I am pig, pigging out with the rice I can’t rely with my husband because a cat ate more than he ate rice, 70g of rice per meal that’s what the amount of rice he ate.

Oh well as I have said from my other blogs we shopped for vegetables in Lotte Super, we had a nice deal with carrots 4 kilos for $6 only. As you can see our fridge is full of vegetables and there’s no extra space for our water filter so my husband has no choice but to drink warm water.

Wondering why we shop in different supermarket this time? Oh well we’d done canvassing last week and Kim’s Mart wins as the cheapest deal but we decided to visit Lotte Super yesterday to look for my husband brush for his electronic toothbrush and then we found out the good deal for carrots and we ended shopping all the vegetables we need. The carrots are located in the top and below.,

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