Buko Monggo Ice DropBuko Monggo Ice Drop crowned with sweet red mung beans. Its easy to make, you can do it by yourself. All of monggo icream’s ingredients are affordable and easy to find in any markets.
I got this recipe on my mother who doing this every summer. So i’d like to share it with you guys. Now let’s start in how to make this!Macaroni SaladThis recipe is very easy and quick to prepare as well. It doesn’t involve much cooking, except for boiling the macaroni noodles and chicken. After shredding the chicken and the noodles are cooked, the final step is combining all the ingredients together. Easy as 1-2-3!Barbecue ChickenIn the Philippines and in other Asian countries, it is first marinated in a sauce before the grilling process.
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