Use Your Leftover Kare-Kare To Make This Bagoong Rice Burrito

You can also use Goldilocks' Ready-To-Heat Kare-Kare!

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It always pays to know simple and unique ways to use up your leftovers at home. Turning days-old meals into new dishes helps food from going to waste and prevents you from having to eat the exact same thing too many days in a row. If you've got some leftovere kare-kare in the fridge this week, we found a cool hack you'll want to try: Local food blogger ForkSpoonManila's Kare-Kare Burrito!

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In this recipe, ForkSpoonManila uses Goldilocks' Ready-To-Cook Kare-Kare Kit to make the burrito, which you can do, too, if you want to try it but don't have any kare-kare at home. But don't worry, the leftover meal you have in your fridge will work just as well. And since you can't eat kare-kare without some bagoong on the side, this cool hack makes use of bagoong rice to add that extra salty flavor to each bite. Check out the recipe below!

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What you'll need:

  • Goldilocks Ready-To-Cook Kare-Kare Kit or leftover kare-kare
  • Bagoong Rice (cooked rice, bagoong, garlic, spring onion)
  • Vegetables (string beans, egg plant, pechay or bok choy)
  • Flour Tortilla Wraps

Procedure:

Blanch your string beans, eggplant, and pechay in a pot. If you're using leftover kare-kare, you may omit this step and just make use of the cooked vegetables from there. Separate your veggies from the sauce for easier burrito assembly later on.

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Make your bagoong rice by frying garlic, spring onion, and bagoong in oil. Add your rice once the mixture is fragrant, stir, and fry everything together until well combined.

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Heat up your leftover kare-kare or the Goldilocks Ready-To-Cook Kare-Kare Kit as instructed.

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Time to assemble! Lay your tortilla wrap on a flat surface and stack the bagoong rice, veggies, and kare-kare meat onto it in that order.

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Roll everything up into a burrito and slice in half for easier eating and for IG-worthy presentation.

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Serve and enjoy! You can keep an extra serving of kare-kare sauce on the side for dipping.

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For more information, log on to ForkSpoonManila's Facebook page.

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