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#TSMCooks; Puso ng Saging Lumpia Recipe

In this blogpost, I will be sharing with you yet again another Tamang Kain recipe which was a hit to my picky eater eldest. I chose to wrap the vegetables in lumpia wrapper because he likes eating anything wrapped in crispy lumpia wrapper and I don't want him to dissect whatever it is inside. It is quite effective all the tie by the way. 

This time, I chose puso ng saging again for this recipe since it is high in fiber, rich in micronutrients, improves lactation (and many more) and most of all, cheap. A single banana blossom costs only Php 25-35 at the market and can feed family of five or so. 

Puso ng Saging Lumpia


Ingredients:

Puso ng Saging, 250grams/ sliced thinly
One can tuna flakes, drained
Onion, diced
Garlic, diced
Egg
Salt and pepper to taste
Vegetale oil


Procedure:

1. Prepare all the ingredients. Make sure to drain well the puso ng saging.
2. Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl.
3. Wrap about a tablespoon of the mixture in lumpia wrapper.
4. Fry over a medium heat. 
5. Serve hot. Best served with your favorite dipping sauce. 

I am glad my eldest was able to eat alot of this. He even said it was so delicious and didn't ask what was inside but I guess he knows I am trying to feed him vegetables. So let me know if you have tries this already and how it turned out with your kids. 


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