24 “Tipid Meals” to cook during Pandemic Outbreak like Coronavirus

Struggling financially? Explore nutritious, budget-friendly Filipino meals to nourish your family without breaking the bank. Have a look at our 24 “Tipid Meals” to cook during Pandemic Outbreak like Coronavirus

Everyone at the moment is undergoing some sort of financial issue due to the economic impact of this pandemic, some are still hanging on really well but others are already struggling, hopefully our post today can help some of our kababayans by having an idea of what budget friendly meals to serve during this times of trial at the same time get the right nutritional value to keep us healthy.

Most of the Filipino dishes are already budget friendly, I think it’s built into our cuisine as most Filipinos are naturally budget conscious. What we are showcasing here is an even more affordable recipes that hopefully won’t cost your arms and legs, and if you will notice these dishes will use a lot of extenders and fillers such as rice, noodles, potatoes, fish, cheap or backyard vegetables with sometimes a little help of some meats to boost its flavour. You will also notice vegetables and fish is a staple on most of the dishes below as these are the usual affordable food items back home.

Bear in mind the dishes on this 24 “Tipid Meals” to cook during Pandemic Outbreak like Coronavirus are nutritious, so items like instant noodles, luncheon meat, instant soup or boxed mac and cheese is out of the list. Let’s start.



4 Responses

  1. Leah Francisco says:

    Thank you for sharing your ideas. As a Mom, i am really having difficult time to think of menu that is a budget friendly. God bless you more…

  2. Jin says:

    I came across your site as I was looking for pinoy family budget meal plan. It is difficult to think what kind of food Im going to cook for a busy mom like me. I appreciate your help through this. Thank you much God Bless you.

  3. Shirenmay Costa says:

    Masarap din ang VEGETABLES CURRY. (Papaya curry or Sayote and Carrots lang) it’s like chicken curry without the chicken. Just don’t forget the tanglad or lemon grass for more aroma.
    For rainy days.. FRESH MIKI na may sabaw parang Lomi Style. Or for snacks pwd ring pancit style na ka luto.

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