11 April 2013

Misua with Meatballs and Patola

I remember my highschool teacher said that it’s better to drink hot beverage when the weather is hot because it releases the heat out of your body and will help you feel refresh after. Following that concept, I cooked misua with meatmall and patola on a hot summer night. You’ll going to use a lot of hand here so make sure you have a clean one.

           For the meatball:
Ground Pork
Onion, grated
Carrots (optional), grated
Egg, Flour
Cooking oil, Salt and Pepper
1) Mix all the ingredients together with the use of your hand.
2) Make the mixture into small balls and fry. Set aside.
For the Soup:
Misua
Meatball
Onion, garlic
Patola
Cooking oil, Water, Salt and Pepper, Fish Sauce
1) Saute onion and garlic, add water. Put the misua and patola.
2) When the patola is tender add in the fried meatballs.
3) Serve with rice.
My Take: This dish is full of nutrients you’ll get iron, calcium and phosphorus with the patola alone. Plus the benefits you’ll get from the carrots.
Tip: Hand-mix your meatball mixture for a more even blend.
The Verdict: Who says soups are only for cold nights? You can always turn your ACs on and eat soups with your hearts’ content.haha 

42 comments:

  1. ay, this dish is my kids favorite, yum!

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  2. We love this. We had it 2 days ago.Love it with the egg always.

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    1. Oo nga noh, I forgot to break an egg on it.hehe Next time.

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  3. Hubby has been requesting this for some time already, but I don't know how. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  4. I can't remember when I had misua, as in super tagal na cguro. :)

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    1. Parang I can't remember my last prior to this din.hehe

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  5. Nice! Parang gusto ko din nito, sis.. Seriously, I'm a bit hungry right now. And it's still 5pm. waaaahhh!!!

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    1. That's why I hate food blogs. Makes you crave and hungry and wish to speed up the time.hehe

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  6. Really? All this time I thought cold beverages lang ang pangontra ng hot weather. Nice info!

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    1. Good sweat ika nga. Try it to believe it, not that I actually believed my teacher but just want to justify the soup with this weather. hehe

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  7. So with that analogy, okay lang naman pala magkape kahit mainit hehehhe...then again, maybe not in the sweltering heat. Ay ang misua...always a challenge to eat...you have to manage to put it in the spoon first hehehe

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    1. That was his exact words, magkape pag mainit.hehe Oo, nga that why I always mix it with rice, para no sweat ang pagsubo.hehe

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  8. yum! i love misua, too! i cook misua for my son too and he enjoys eating it! :-)

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    1. Soups are kid's food magnet. I cook this for my kid, actually.

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  9. Love this dish! It's super carbo loading with the misua and I eat lots of rice with it but I just love it :)

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    1. Overload indeed. I always mix my misua with rice, I always eat it in bowl.hehe

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  10. I always cook this cuz it is so easy and so yummy. Kids love it too

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    1. True, medyo matagal lang magprepare ng meatballs. but you can always omit that.

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  11. we usually cook it without meat balls, just the misua and patola

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    1. I grew up eating misua without the meatballs nga. Side dish ko lang yung meatballs. =)

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    1. Nagiging favorite ko na din yan. =)

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  13. I also love this dish coz I love patola. Kahit ilaga lang nga with garlic and salt, solve na ako sa patola. :)

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    1. Talaga? Good for you, napakasustansya ng patola eh.

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  14. That's true. Drinking cold water will just make our body warmer and does will consume lots of energy. Kaya nga daw if you want to lose weight drink cold water instead. About misua, I don't eat any meal with misua before because I don't like how it appears. But now, I can eat them na. Masarap naman pala especially with patola.

    Mommy Maye2

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    1. I actually tried drinking something hot during hot weather and it was actually refreshing after all the sweat came out. I too am not a fan of misua back then but now, oo nga masarap naman.

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  15. Just like the almondigas soup by pancake minus the patola. Sarap nito.

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    1. Almondigas is with liver if I'm not mistaken.

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  16. Simple dish yet so yummy. Love this!

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  17. Hahaha! I remember when I was in elementary mishua soups are partnered with nutribans.

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  18. This is our comfort food, especially during rainy season. LOL

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    1. Yes. I just tried in the scourging heat.hehe

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  19. ay, no pics? miswa soup is my favorite!

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    1. Pics are still in transit eh.hehe I'll update this soon.

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  20. very healthy dish. i bookmarked it sis in case I need the recipe.. haha

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  21. This is good recipe! I'd love to try it sometime, nakakamiss nga naman,,, sarap!

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    1. During the rainy season, para fitting sa weather.

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