It’s a Wrap!

Do you love wraps? For me it depends on my mood. Here’s a good example— and it’s related to my thing with wraps. When I get a burrito I would often deconstruct it because I find it easier (maybe less messy in my mind) to eat it like a burrito bowl. Don’t ask why I just don’t get a bowl instead (LOL).

Anyway, wraps are a hit or miss for me but this new trend got me thinking. Well, it’s the one where you cook the beaten egg on a skillet then put tortilla on top, and flip it so that the egg is on the tortilla. Brilliant, right?

Using a spinach wrap, this wrap has eggs, bacon, and cheese. So delicious I had it for lunch 2 weeks in a row.

What is your favorite wrap?

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Canned Corned Beef

I am not new to canned corned beef. I’ve eaten much of it when I was young so I’m familiar with it. I’ve seen many versions of it— sautéed in onions and garlic, stuffed in bread, or cooked with a little broth/water.

This brand, Exeter, is a product of Brazil and quite similar to the other corned beef. It’s not chunky and tastes good when sautéed with onions and garlic, which is what I did here. You can eat this by itself, with rice, or bread. My favorite are sweet Hawaiian rolls. Mmm…yummy.

Have you tried canned corned beef?

Cinnamon Roll Ups

This is a hack—if you’re craving cinnamon buns but don’t have the time to bake. It’s also good if you have the ingredients handy namely bread, cinnamon, sugar, and butter.

It’s so simple and delicious. Cut the crusts off each side then roll the bread flat using a rolling pin. Brush one side with butter, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar mixture, and roll it. You can brush the outside with butter and sprinkle more cinnamon sugar if you like it gooey and sweet.

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Sweet and Sour Meatballs

I love meatballs. I think they are so versatile. You can eat them with veggies, noodles, or any type of grains.

This sweet and sour meatballs are pretty flavorful and so easy to make. I served this with fried cabbage, which I thought went perfectly well.

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Instant Pot Congee

Are you done with Winter? Last year, I don’t remember seeing much snow. Sure, it was cold but snow was almost nonexistent. But this Winter? Well, I’m done shoveling and I’m good until next Winter.

If you’re looking for something easy, quick, and heartwarming, try this Instant Pot congee. Congee is rice porridge. It is so easy to make and you can garnish it with hard boiled or soft boiled eggs, green onions, pickled vegetables, or Chinese sausage like i did here.

So delicious.

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Burrito Bowl

Have you shopped at Aldi? Well, if there’s an Aldi near you, it is worth checking them out. I’ve been surprised many times over the quality of their products and the reasonable prices. I keep coming back and frequently find new things to try.

I bought this prepared pork carnitas and let me tell you— they are so good! It’s moist, packed with flavor, and so easy to prepare. Just line any prepared foods, you heat it up and it’s ready to go!

Check out Aldi and let me know in the comments below what you think of the store. I guarantee you will find something you’ll like.

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Low Carb Bread

This low carb bread using coconut flour was surprisingly good, moist, and sponge-like. I purchased a bag of coconut flour to explore and this was one of the recipes I made with it.

This is the Keto Cheese Bread. My picture isn’t uploading so this is the closest I could find. The recipe I followed required cheese but I made mine without.

This recipe required all purpose cream, which I have trouble finding in a few big chain stores. So, I substituted evaporated milk for it. I also used the instant pot to steam this bread and it worked perfectly!

Have you tried making anything with coconut flour?

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African Peanut Stew

Mafe (Maafe) or African Peanut Stew is a delightful and heartwarming dish on a cold night. It is spicy, creamy, and mouthwatering.

This dish is quite easy to make and so versatile. Serve this with toasted bread, fufu, or rice and sop up the delightful sauce.

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Scallion Pancakes

I have always wanted to make and eat scallion pancakes but never got around to it until now. It was surprisingly easy to make and delicious, too. It is crispy and light and full of flavor.

The dipping sauce is tasty as well. It has soy sauce, sesame oil, and garlic. I’m really not sure how to eat these pancakes, but I’m sure you’ll find a way to gobble them up.

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Filipino Breakfast

Have you tried canned corned beef? This is a popular breakfast item in Filipino households and restaurants. If you live in the Philippines, I believe you can buy corned beef from a vendor in a market, or head over to a grocery store to buy the canned version.

Typically eaten with rice and eggs, it is a heartwarming and filling breakfast. You can eat this by itself, with rice (steamed or garlic fried rice), or stuff it between Hawaiian rolls or pandesal (Filipino bread). It’s so yummy!

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