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Healthy and budget-friendly, this classic dish will bring back fond memories while creating new ones.
1. Sauté garlic and onions in a pot. Add the pork and cook for 2 minutes.
2. Add patola and water. Bring to a boil, skim the scum and simmer.
3. Season with MAGGI MAGIC SARAP®. Check seasoning.
4. Add miswa, stir, turn off heat and add it with spring onion before serving.
5. Serve hot immediately.
“Better for You” recipes contain adequate amount of sodium, fat and calories that you can easily incorporate to your balanced diet based on the Nestlé Nutrition Profiling System. Recipes contain <500mg Sodium, <10g Fat, and <250 calories.
Ang patola ay low in calories at ito ay mayaman sa pro-vitamin A, Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene na mahalaga sa paningin, malusog na balat at matibay na resistensiya sa sakit. The fruit must be harvested at a young stage of development to be edible. Luffa are best eaten when small (less than 12 cm) and still green. The fruit section of L. aegyptiaca may be allowed to mature and used as a bath or kitchen sponge.
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Nestlé Nutritional Profiling System was based on nutrition science and public health recommendations to evaluate the nutritional value of food and beverage products. The system was designed to support product development to constantly optimize the nutritional composition of products. The Nestlé Nutritional Profiling System criteria are established using recommendations issued by authorities such as the World Health Organization, the US Institute of Medicine or the European Food Safety Authority, and local dietary reference (e.g. Recommended Energy and Nutrient Intakes).