Junior MasterChef Egg Kit and Longsilog

Over the past few years my interest in cooking, baking and learning new techniques has grown. One of the many reasons why I love to cook and bake is to make people happy. On relaxing days I no longer catch up on drama shows, instead I watch cooking shows like Barefoot Contessa, Martha Marathons and MasterChef.

When the first series of MasterChef Australia was on, I would rush home and watch it. It was like a soap opera for foodies. I had a crush on Andre, I thought Poh was cool and Julie reminded me of my mum.

I was fortunate enough to be a part of the team that rolled out a range of Junior MasterChef products. The products are designed to teach kids skills in the kitchen. There are 6 kits all together these are the cookie kit, cake kit, egg kit, cupcake kit, rice kit and pizza kit. The products come in fun bright colours which will ensure hours of fun in the kitchen.

I know these products are made for kids but I’m a kid at heart, so I decided to use the egg kit to make the egg part of my favourite Filipino meal which is Longsilog. This is basically a combination of Longanisa (Filipino Sausage), eggs and garlic rice. This dish is often eaten for breakfast and found at all the street stalls in the Philippines.

Scrambled Eggs


2 eggs beaten
1 tablespoon water
salt & pepper


1. Beat eggs with water, salt and pepper (I used the MasterChef egg bowl and whisk)
2. Heat a frying pan with a touch of oil
3. Add egg mixture and cook stirring from the outside in
4. Remove from the heat when eggs are still slightly runny

Set aside. The eggs should continue cooking in the pan.

Garlic Rice (Sinangag)


4 cups cooked rice
2 cloves crushed garlic
salt & pepper
1 tablespoon oil


1. Heat oil in a frying pan
2. Add crushed garlic and fry till light brown
3. Add the rice and fry for a few minutes
4. Add salt and pepper to taste

Serve the egg and garlic rice with some Longanisa. You can buy this at any good Filipino stores.

Junior MasterChef products are available at all the leading retailers such as Myer, K-Mart, Target and Big W. It's the perfect Christmas present so hurry while stocks last.

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (December 02, 2009)  

Great Christmas pressies, I love seeing kids getting psyched in the kitchen! I also love seeing my goddaughter excited about growing vegies. She was so pleased with herself recently when she gave me some freshly picked basil to eat :)

muffinsareuglycupcakes (December 02, 2009)  

so cute! i wish i had something like that when i was younger. heh.
when i think of eggs and the philippines,
i think of balut! hahaha!

Belle@OohLook (December 02, 2009)  

The kits are so cool! I was just looking at the pink cupcake one at Myer. Forget the kids, I might even get it for myself... PS: your garlic rice looks yummy.

MaryMoh (December 02, 2009)  

What lovely, cute kitchen gadgets. Adds more fun to cooking I'm sure. That's a very nice simple meal.

♥peachkins♥ (December 02, 2009)  

Cute kitchen gadget for kids. Its nice that you can get/buy longganisa there. I'm thinkin' of posting a recipe.

Ellie (December 03, 2009)  

This egg kit is SOOOOO cute! Love the bright orange colour :)

Anonymous –  (September 13, 2010)  

this is sooo cool. After tonights episode I looked online and found some kits.

I found a lot here: http://www.treasuresforlittlepeople.com.au/junior-masterchef-australia-c-295.html

I just ordered the aprons for my kids!

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cherryl (September 16, 2011)  

Anyone knows where the Egg & Rice kits can be purchased or delivered within the USA.

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