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RECIPE: Vegetarian Sisig

I love sisig but I know I can't eat it every day. Besides, we've been more conscious of eating healthily for the past few months now (with a few occasion to indulge in sinful food pleasures) that our fridge is never without vegetables and fruits. Luckily, daughter prefers fish (and other seafood) so healthy eating is win-win.

Contrary to other people's belief that vegetarian food is tasteless, let me share with you a recipe that will prove otherwise. 

Ingredients:

ground vegemeat, 100g
minced gluten, 100g
olive oil
1 minced bell pepper (medium)
1 minced onion (medium)
1 minced garlic (small)
2-3 pcs bayleaf
ground black pepper
salt (preferably rock salt)
sugar
chili pepper (optional)
tabasco sauce (optional)
egg (optional)


Stir-fry vegemeat and gluten in olive oil for 5 minutes, then add garlic and bayleaf. Add onions and bell pepper once the garlic is cooked. Add salt, ground pepper and sugar according to taste. 

Bon appetit! 





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