Tokwa Guisado – Doc Liza Ong Shares Its Benefits & How To Cook It

Guide on How To Prepare Tokwa Guisado & the Benefits You Can Get from It According to Doc Liza Ong

TOKWA GUISADO – Here is a guide on the benefits that we can get from this food according to doctor Liza Ong and how to cook it.

Are you one of those people who are in search of healthy food for the body? Doc Liza Ong has a suggestion for you – Tokwa Guisado. Based on a video of the doctor, it is loaded with a lot of health benefits and it is easy to cook.

Let us first talked about the benefits of Tokwa Guisado. According to Dr. Liza Ong, here is a list of what you can get from this healthy food:

  • Protein – It is loaded with protein that can substitute meat thus it is really excellent for those who are suffering from kidney failure.
  • Carbohydrates – The carbohydrate content of this healthy food makes it a good food for diabetic individuals.
  • Calcium – Tokwa is also a powerhouse of calcium making it an excellent food for the bones and against osteoporosis.
  • Isoflavone – Women who are undergoing menopause may also consider Tokwa to avoid experiencing its symptoms.
  • Low uric acid – This healthy food also has a low uric acid content thus people who are suffering from arthritis may eat it.

In the video, Doc Liza Ong also noted that among the benefits of Tokwa Guisado are its potassium content and being cholesterol-free. To cook it, you must prepare the following ingredients:

  • one (1) tomato
  • garlic
  • onion
  • onion leaves
  • chicken (thigh part)
  • tokwa or tofu
  • oil
  • salt
  • laurel leaves
  • oyster sauce

Step 1 – Wash the tomato and the garlic before slicing them. Slice the onion and as well as the onion leaves.

Step 2 – Wash the chicken and slice it into small chunks. Also, slice the tokwa.

Step 3 – Add a little oil on the pan and fry the tokwa until it turns brownish in color.

Step 4 – Based on the video, saute the onion, garlic, and tomato in a part of the pan first and then add the chicken another part. Add the laurel leaves, the oyster sauce, and some salt.

Step 5 – Add water and then add the tokwa and onion leaves. Cook for a few minutes.

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