Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Monggo with Sotanghoon

Monggo with sotanghon  is a delicious combination of vegetable and cellophane noodles.

1/4 kilo Mung bean ( monggo)
1/4 kilo shrimps ( you can replace this with fish, pork, etc)
1 cup cubed squash
1 cup sotanghon
4 stalks spring onion ( slice to your desired length)
3 cloves garlic
pork scratchings ( chicharon) optional


1. In a pot boil the monggo until it is soft, then set aside (You can use pressure cooker for faster cooking)
2. In a pan saute the garlic, then add the shrimps
3. Add the squash to saute for a while, then add the cooked monggo, simmer for  few minutes until it is soft.
4. Add the cellophane noodles or sotanghon, simmer until it is done.
5. Turn off the heat and put the pork scratchings (chicharon) and spring onion
6. Serve it hot. :-) Enjoy your food : )


  1. Hi Mely! I love all your simple recipes. Easy to follow. I would like to request dinuguan please. Thank you! :)

  2. Sorry po, pero wala pong ingredients n pangdinuguan sa lugar ko po, kaya maaring matagal pa po yan, pasensya na po

  3. I would also like a recipe of dinuguan but without out the needs to use the pork blood. I heard there is a recipe of making a dish that taste like clasic dinuguan but the dont used the blood. Thanks

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  5. I just love the simplicity of your ingredients and the cooking methods. It's very practical and yet tasty for a typical Filipino home. It keeps me coming back for more! Kudos and do keep up the great work!


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