Do you sometimes find yourself cringing even before you open your lunch box? Mostly because you already know it'll just be a rehash of last night's ulam or a redux of this morning breakfast? We get it. But there are a lot of easy recipes you can make (or ask your mom or cook to help you prepare) that will make you look forward to eating your baon again. Don't believe us? Here are just 10 yummy ideas!
Lapu-lapu with Pineapple Pepper Relish
Love fish but sick and tired of the usual way it's cooked? The relish makes this dish totes different and tasty!CONTINUE READING BELOWFeatured VideoADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Sweet Style Beef Steak with Buttered Baby Corn
The crunch from the baby corn is a great contrast to the juicy beef steak!
Taiwanese Fried Pork Chop
If you like simple meals, this well-seasoned pork chop dish is perfect for you!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Easy Pancit Canton with Chicken Barbecue
Beats instant for sure! And the meat gives you enough protein to help you last through the rest of the afternoon in school.
Adobo Flakes with Sinangag and Spicy Eggs
If it can't be helped, having last night's ulam doesn't have to be boring. Fry up day old adobo and match with a spicy egg and it's a match made in baon heaven!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Bagoong Veggie Rice
Eat your veggies! This yummy meal is filling even without meat.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Herb Chicken with Brown Rice Pilaf
If you're trying to be healthier, switch your white rice to brown. And go for chicken breasts instead of dark meat!
Creamy Bacon and Cheese Mac
You can heat this up in the microwave if you have one in your school caf!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Pork Tenderloin Teriyaki with Wasabi Aioli
What takes this dish from ordinary to amazing is the wasabi aioli!
Grilled Caribbean Spiced Pork Belly
Sweet and spicy is a great flavor combo!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Which one are you excited to try? Check out more delicious recipes by bookmarking yummy.ph! What's your fave baon dish? Leave a comment below!