9 Ways to Cook those Scrambled Eggs into a Del-egg-table Dish

Scrambled eggs are probably the easiest to cook. Whether it for breakfast or even for a quick snack, they can answer to a grumbling tummy any time.

Though quick and easy as it is, having the same scrambled eggs taste can lead to a bland eating experience. So why not spice things up and upgrade your usual scrambled eggs to something new and appetizing?

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Chop Suey with Wei Wei Lobster Balls

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Chop suey is a stir-fried vegetable dish commonly prepared with meat. Some even add quail eggs and liver for added flavor. It is a healthy dish that is easy to prepare and cook. Instead of meat, prepare a healthier dish with Wei Wei Lobster balls and have a delicious and fun-filled meal with your family and friends.

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Gas, Electric, or Induction: Which One to Use?

Years ago, coal is what our nanays and lolas used for cooking. They need to first provide a continuous supply of oxygen (using a fan) to ignite it, before they can start heating up their water for their morning cup of coffee. Now, there’s gas, electric, and induction! But, which is the best one to use? We got you! Here are the three types of cooktops explained and assessed.

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