Tagged: Vegetable

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Law-Uy

Law-uy is a vegetable soup dish popular in Mindanao, at first sight it looks like dinengdeng or laswa but this dish is totally different and from what I noticed it uses a lot of slimy vegetables and root crop. Jute leaves (Saluyot), Okra, Loofah (Patola) and Taro are the main...

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Ginisang Ampalaya at Itlog

Ginisang Ampalaya at Itlog is a Filipino dish of stir fried bitter gourd, tomatoes and egg usually served as breakfast or as a side dish. Simple vegetable recipes like this are a comfort meal to a majority of the Filipinos who are out of their teenager years. I too never...

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Broccolini Mushroom Stir Fry

Broccolini Mushroom Stir Fry is a simple dish of stir fried broccolini and shiitake mushrooms in garlic and shallots seasoned with soy sauce, it may sound simple but this packs a lot of flavour, from the nutty broccolini, earthy shiitake and savoury soy sauce it has the most important taste...

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Smothered Cabbage with Bacon

Do you experience the same problem as I do when I buy a whole head of cabbage where you only use a part of it and the remaining stays in the fridge until it wilts? What do you do with it? Cabbage usually is an add on ingredient on a...

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Inabraw

I enjoyed a lot of my teenager years in Baguio City and I miss that place a lot specially the food, the cuisine of this region is one of my favourite regional cuisines in the Philippines as it showcases a lot of fresh indigenous vegetables and offal A place known...

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Shredded Pork with Mixed Vegetables

One of the fastest way to cook your stir fries is to make sure your ingredients are thinly sliced specially the meats, doing it this way makes your meat cook faster eventually making the whole cooking time lesser, but it has a down side because usually this suffers in preparation,...

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Bok Choy with Shiitake Mushrooms

Bok Choy and Shiitake Mushrooms such an awesome pair, like Romeo and Juliet, Lancelot and Guinevere or Odysseus and Penelope they are perfect together in many different ways and must not be separated from each other. There are many ways to cook this and the outcome is always great, we...

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Kulawong Talong

Do you know what “Kulawo” means? Have you ever tried dishes that are prepared using the Kulawo method? If not, then this will be exciting for you as it is a method or dish in the Filipino cuisine where meats and or vegetables are cooked using coconut milk where coconut...

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Smothered Okra with Shrimp & Crabmeat

Okra, Shrimp and Crab Meat, who would ever think of combing these ingredients together? Well the Creole people and it is surprisingly good. I know okra is not for everyone since not everybody likes that slimy texture but if you will have to try at least one okra dish then...

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Lawot Lawot

Lawot Lawot is a Cebuano dish of mixed vegetables in a viscous broth made with coconut milk, the broth is usually thickened by vegetables like okra, loofa (patola) and other slimy leafy vegetables. Think of it as a variation of pinakbet but cooked with coconut milk and like the pinakbet...