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If sisig and pizza are two of your favorite food, why not have both?
The wonderful world of fusion cooking brings us sisig presented differently on the buttery goodness of Italian crust and cheese.
For those unfamiliar of sisig, it is a Filipino dish made from chopped pig ears and cheeks usually seasoned with vinegar and calamansi juice. ‘Sisig’ originated from a Kapampangan word which means to make a salad from unripe fruits like green papaya or guava with a simple salt and vinegar dip. But that was the ’70s. Today, it is often served in hot plates and is a much loved partner of beer in the Philippines.
Just like any other pizza, this requires a pizza crust. Use sisig as toppings, along with lots of cheese.
Sisig Pizza Pie is something that will be appreciated not just by sisig lovers but by everyone looking for a whole new twist to the much beloved pizza.
Make. This. Sisig Pizza. Now.
Learn how to make Sisig Pizza Pie from our video :
Imagine being able to create a cake that doesn’t need to be baked. Yes, I’m talking about a no-bake cake! How convenient is that?! Today we will be going through the recipe of a delicious and cool Black Forest Icebox Cake. An icebox cake is also known as a chocolate ripple cake/log. It is a dessert that consists of whipped cream and chocolate wafers. It resembles the charlotte and trifle dessert. A recipe that is easy to create and prepare. The classic pairing of chocolate and cherry literally and figuratively puts the cherry on top of this scrumptious dessert.
The Black Forest Icebox Cake is the perfect recipe to make for those people who want to eat cake but have no oven. This is a unique substitute for the usual baked cake for a birthday cake. All you need are just a couple of ingredients and a freezer that does most of the job after you assemble it. Isn’t that so simple and easy?
Learn how to make Black Forest Icebox Cake from our video :
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There are a number of Eggplant varieties used throughout the world, and they are included in cuisines in many different ways. It has the consistency of tomato, in terms of texture and density, and it is a perfect addition to soups, stews, sauces, as well as a stand-alone item in many dishes.
The best part about Eggplant, it is not only a flavorful and delicious addition to many meals, but also a massively healthy vegetable that can help you live a healthier and happier life.
Here are some of the Healthy benefits Eggplant can offer.
1] Promotes Cardiovascular Health
The eggplant is packed with fibre, phytonutrients and flavonoids; all of which are beneficial to one’s heart health. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, as cited by Megan Ware (2015), consumption of food rich in flavonoids can actually lower the risk of mortality from cardiovascular ailments.
2] Prevents Diabetes
The abundance of fibre and the fact only trace amounts of soluble carbohydrates are found in eggplants, make them perfect for the regulation and stabilization of glucose and insulin in the body. As a low-energy-dense food, you can eat eggplants without the fear of having your blood sugar spiking through the roof.
3] Prevents Cancer
Packed with antioxidants, the eggplant has the ability to fight of free radicals. Free radicals damage the cells, which in turn could mutate and turn cancerous. Eggplants contain the rather unique antioxidant nasunin. According to Yasuko Noda of the University of California Berkley, as cited by Brian Dean (2013), the said antioxidant has been discovered to be effective in protecting brain cells from free radical damage. It should be noted, though, that the nasunin is embedded in the skin of the eggplant, thus it should be eaten and not be peeled away or charred, to attain the optimal health benefit of the antioxidant.
4] Promotes Weight Loss
The dietary fibre that the eggplant is dense, which helps with satiety. It makes us feel full; faster and for longer periods of time, thus we would be less likely to eat more throughout the day. That, coupled with the fact that the eggplant is low in calories, makes it the perfect food for people who are trying to manage their weight.
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