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5 Easy-to-Cook-and-Preserve Baon Ideas

5 Easy-to-Cook-and-Preserve Baon Ideas

The freshness of your kids’ lunch should always be your top priority.

Chicken BBQ with Java Rice
There’s nothing a Chicken BBQ and Java Rice couldn’t fix! This all-time favorite Filipino dish can definitely boost kids and finish the day with a star. For tastier results, marinate the chicken with the condiments listed on the recipe and pop it in the fridge overnight. Want to taste its saucy goodness again? Portion it and just keep it chilled. This results to a better tasting and fresher dish without any doubt.

Full recipe here.

Pork Siomai
Looking for a simpler recipe? Pork Siomai is one of the easiest go-to baon for kids. It can be paired with plain or garlic rice and soy sauce with calamansi for the dip! Save prep time by making them in bulk and just store it inside your fridge for the family’s future Siomai cravings.

Find the full recipe here.

Chicken Inasal with Sinampak Dip
For kids who are avid Filipino food lovers, you can never go wrong with Chicken Inasal with Sinampak Dip! Make it even more yummier by marinating the chicken and leaving it overnight. Leave behind portions so when your kids suddenly missed it, you have something to cook in an instant!

Try the recipe here.

Bistek Tagalog
Bistek Tagalog is one of those meals that can definitely turn a sad and hungry tummy upside down! With its combined saltiness and sweetness that can captivate any tastebud, your kids would always look forward for lunch. This recipe can also be stored for a week and be cooked in batches to preserve its freshness.

Full recipe here.

Chicken Spring Rolls
For a healthier lunch, the youngsters can always munch on Chicken Spring Rolls paired with white or brown rice. This recipe can also be stored for different days of cooking. Just seal it tightly with cling wrap or put it inside a container. If you want to cook this dish again, pop it out of the fridge and go straight to cooking!

Full recipe here.

Happy cooking, Foodies!

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