Our breakfast always consists of eggs. I love sunny-side up egg, my husband loves scrambled while my daughter prefers boiled eggs. Eggs are nutritious, easy to cook, versatile and one of the cheapest and convenient protein sources. Filipinos have especially stocked up on this pantry staple amid the height of lockdowns due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on the consumption survey conducted in 2015 by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (FNRI-DOST), chicken eggs ranked seventh on the “Top 30 Commonly Consumed Food Items” in the Philippines, proving that it is an indispensable ingredient in a household. While eggs are often seen as an accompaniment to our breakfast silog meals, it has many other uses from making quick meals, a thickener and binding agent, to adding flavor.
Eggs are packed with nutrients that children need for healthy growth and development. It contains vitamins and minerals and all nine essential amino acids that the human body cannot produce on its own, making it an ingredient that can be easily added to other food to enhance its nutritional value. It’s no wonder that it is a favorite of Filipinos as it’s not only nutritious but an inexpensive source of nutrients and easy to prepare especially for busy parents.
But just because eggs are an obvious choice in making healthy and delicious egg-cellent meals, it doesn’t mean that you should be limited with the usual boiled, fried, or poached. Skip the same-old ways of cooking eggs and try introducing more variety into your child’s diet. Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation has prepared a “7-Day Egg Challenge” for you that will help you learn new ways to cook eggs for your kids. You’d be surprise that even picky eaters would love the way we added other ingredients like veggies to enrich the color, texture and nutrients of the dishes. Best of all, all are under a hundred pesos for a family-size meal!
For full recipes and for more information about Ajinomoto and its products, visit www.ajinomoto.com.ph and facebook.com/CookmunitybyAjinomotoPH. Don’t forget to snap a photo of your eggciting dish and share it with us using the hashtag #AjinomotoEggcitingRecipe.
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Mrs.Enero – Angel Enero is a former IT System Administrator and now a full-time SAHM to her #littleEneros. She’s a domesticated / hands-on mom who loves baking and gardening.
MRSENERODIARIES blog is a online diary of Angel Enero. Formerly a travel blogger and now a lifestyle mommy blogger. Blogging about EAT. PRAY. LOVE. TRAVEL.
Ito din ang lagi at favorite naming ulam almusal. Bukod sa madaling lutuin masustansya talaga siya. Kapartner ko din lagi ang Ajinomoto para mas lalong mapasarap ang bawat ulam na inihahanda ko sa family ko.
Galing namn! Dito tlaga lalabas ang pagkacreative ng sasali! Exciting!
Talagang namang maganda tong naisip ng ajinomoto nakakaeggcite talaga dahil lalabas ang pagiging creative mo sa pag luluto ng eggs
Itong 7 days egg challenge ni Ajinomoto ay malaking tulong sa mga mommies na nahihirapan mag isip ng pang ulam na budget friendly pero masustansya pa rin.
The 7 days egg challenge was really eggciting! ♡ Marami pa palang idea na magagawa sa pagluluto ng egg so this will be fun and creative. Good thing talaga at may ajinomoto totally masarap at malasa ang ulam pag may tak tak tak ajinomoto. Subok na namin eto! √