Easy Peasy Recipes at Home

by Matthew Escosia
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By: Shaina Semaña


You’re at home and nothing else to do—you’re done with that Netflix show you’ve been watching, you’re down the last page of that book you’re reading, you’ve tried every single interactive Instagram filter—and yet, you still got nothing to do. You go back to Instagram and scrolled and scrolled and scrolled. Until you come across that short cooking clip then you suddenly felt hungry and craving kicks in. Perhaps, cooking can be your next hobby? With these easy and trendy recipes, you sure can be!


Dalgona Milo

dalgona milo

Photo by Claudiu Hegedus on Unsplash.

Recently, the internet was graced by yet another delicious and aesthetic recipe—Dalgona Coffee. It’s simple, taking your ordinary coffee to the next level with that luscious coffee foam goodness. But everybody’s already doing it, why not make something a little bit different and chocolatier? Instead of using coffee, try using Milo and make your own Dalgona Milo!

What you’ll need:

2 tbsp of Milo

2 tbsp of sugar

2 tbsp of hot water



What you’ll do:

Just like the dalgona coffee, all you have to do is mix equal parts of Milo powder, sugar, and hot water in a bowl and whisk—whisk it good!—until you get a fluffy and chocolaty foam. Then, pour it on top of iced milk and there you have it! Your own dalgona milo.

Pro tip! Add chocolate shavings or Milo powder on top for extra sweetness!


One Pan Pasta


Photo by Olayinka Babalola on Unsplash.

Don’t you ever get that sudden pasta craving that makes you wanna run to your favorite Italian restaurant? But it’s too far and honestly, you’re just a little lazy to dress up and go out. So, why not make it yourself? So, what if it’s Italian? You can totally do it at home with easy to find recipes and just one pan.

What You’ll Need:

A couple of tomatoes




Spaghetti or linguine pasta

What You’ll Do:

Chop the tomatoes and garlic then sauté it in oil on your pan at medium heat. Season it and once it’s a bit cooked, throw the pasta in and add enough water to cover the pasta. Turn your timer on for about 9 minutes and let it cook. Make sure to stir it once in a while to make sure that the pasta doesn’t stick together. Once your timer is up, toss in the shrimp and let it cook for another 2 minutes. And just like that, you have an Italian-styled pasta!


Upgrade Your Instant Ramen

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We all have our favorite ramen and we all have our own ways in making it—well done eggs? Extra spicy? Less soup? But have you thought of taking your instant ramen to the next level? Make it just like how your favorite Japanese restaurant does it with this faux shoyou ramen recipe!

What you’ll need:

1 pack of your favorite ramen

2 teaspoon soy sauce

2 sheets of nori snack

1 soft-boiled egg

3 slices of bacon

2 teaspoon chopped scallions

salt & pepper to taste

What You’ll Do:

Prepare the ramen as you normally do. Before taking it off the pan, stir in the soy sauce then place it in a bowl. Top in the nori sheets, egg, scallion and lightly fried bacon. Add salt and pepper according to your preference and you can now enjoy your restaurant-style instant ramen!

Pro tip: Sprinkle some sesame seeds on top for extra Japanese feel~


Classic Buffalo Fried Chicken

buffalo chicken

Photo by Chad Montano on Unsplash.

Buffalo chicken—a weekend night out staple. There are a lot of restaurants around but the long queue is sometimes a little disheartening. So why not try making it yourself? In the comfort of your own kitchen? Skip the long lines and make your own classic buffalo chicken!

What you’ll need:

2 fillets of chicken breast, chopped into cubes

½ cup cornstarch

¼ cup butter

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

2 tablespoon hot sauce (or more *winks*)

salt & pepper

oil, for frying

What you’ll do:

Season chicken with salt and pepper then toss it in cornstarch. Set is aside as you heat oil in a frying pan. Once hot, carefully fry the chicken cubes until it’s cooked thoroughly and golden brown on the outside. Then, placed cooked chicken on a plate with paper towels. Let it rest as you make the sauce. For the sauce, melt the butter in another pan. Add Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce in. Mix well then toss cooked chicken in. There you have it—your own classic buffalo chicken.

Pro tip: Add crumbled blue cheese on top for some extra tang.


Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug

chocolate chip cookie in a mug

Photo courtesy of Kirbie Cravings.

Oh, a good and warm chocolate chip cookie—everyone’s secret guilty pleasure and midnight craving. What if I tell you that you can make it on your own? Your own comforting chocolate cookie at home—in your microwave!

What You’ll Need:

2 tablespoon butter

1 tablespoon brown sugar

1 tablespoon white sugar

¼ teaspoon baking powder

1/8 teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon vanilla extract

3 tablespoon flour

2 tablespoon chocolate chips

What You’ll Do:

Add butter, brown and white sugar, baking powder, salt, and vanilla extract in a microwaveable mug. Mix it well until it’s well incorporated. Fold flour and chocolate chips in and mix thoroughly. Once it’s mixed well, cook it inside the microwave and, in just 60 seconds, you’ll have your warm and comforting chocolate chip cookie!

Pro tip: Enjoy it with a scoop of ice cream!


It’s all so easy, right? Now, go over your kitchen and try these recipes yourself! Impress your loved ones with your newfound kitchen skills.


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