Tagged: Vegetable

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Bas-Uy

Philippines consist of 7,600+ islands and each island is quite different to each other with 175 dialects at least 183 Ethnic Groups, I think this is one of the most diverse countries in the...

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Buttered Vegetables

Perhaps this is the simplest side dish you can ever make, just choose any vegetables you like, cook them then dress with melted butter. It’s not just the simplest but it can easily accompany...

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Roasted Eggplant Shakshuka

Shakshuka in its most basic form is just a dish of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions where eggs are poached on top of it prior to serving. It does not end there though, as...

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Ginisang Sayote, Hipon at Giniling

Sayote, Choko, Chayote, Vegetable Pear or Mango Squash it’s one of those vegetables that we seldom have because its popular here in New Zealand and it is seasonal, luckily, we have friends that have...

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Roasted and Charred Broccoli with Peanuts

I got the idea of roasting broccoli after one of my colleagues bought some salad and let me try it, I was surprised it was tasty, cooked perfectly with a nice crunch to it....

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Porbidang Kangkong

Porbidang Kangkong is a popular dish in Bacolod made with kangkong leaves cooked in chillies and coconut milk. Think of it as a cleaner on the palate version of the laing, its similarly spicy...

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Creamed Spinach

Creamed Spinach is a vegetable dish made with spinach cooked in a creamy sauce, a dish that is usually paired with any roast meats. For Filipino’s think of it as a Western version of...

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Paksing Demonyu

Paksing Demonyu or Devil’s stew is a Kapampangan dish made with vegetables stewed in vinegar. Now you might be asking why it is named like such? Well there is an old story that this...

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Stir Fried Bok Choy and Tofu

I think I don’t need an explanation on what this dish is as it is one of the most common Asian vegetable dish, it is also my go to vegetable side dish if I...

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Creamy Chopseuy

You may well know Chopsuey by heart as it is the most common vegetable dish in the Philippines but do you know that there is another way to prepare them? And it’s the creamy...