Tagged: Vegetable

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Di San Xian (Fried Potato, Eggplant and Pepper in Garlic Sauce 地三鲜)

Di San Xian is a very popular Shandong dish prepared with of stir-fried eggplant, potatoes, and peppers. The name 地三鲜 roughly translates to “Three Earthly Bounties” which is its main ingredients. The first time I had this was just recently at this restaurant in Corinthian Drive called Lotus Garden, ordered...

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Kakiage

The Japanese and Filipino cuisine have some things in common, this is because of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines that occurred between 1942 and 1945. While it’s not a great amount of time compared to the Spanish and American regime, it did mark its existence within our culture. In...

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Cabbage Vegetable Soup

During the 1980’s this soup was a fad, popular dish for those who want to undergo radical weight loss by consuming this dish heavily for seven days. It was said that if you follow this diet regime is that you will lose 10 pounds of weight within a 7-day period,...

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Ginataang Talong at Baboy

Ginataang Talong at Baboy is a simple dish of pork belly and eggplants cooked slowly cooked in coconut milk infused with chillies, garlic and onions. Dishes like this are one of those dishes you are so tempted just to eat bare hands on banana leaf with rice, add some fried...

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Butternut Squash and Green Bean Stir-Fry

Butternut Squash and Green Bean Stir-Fry is a simple dish of stir fried Butternut Squash and Green Beans seasoned with fermented shrimp paste, it’s a sure fire to tickle your palate. A dish of different textures and flavours, it can be enjoyed on its own or as a side dish...

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Glazed Carrots

If you are looking for a simple side dish with your steak or grilled meat I guess nothing can go simpler than this, the glazed carrots, a dish of baby carrots cooked in butter and honey until tender and sugar starts caramelizing, with a hint of lemon juice it gives...

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Nasing Marangle

Nasing Marangle is a beautiful concoction of bagoong fried rice, pinakbet and lechon kawali, a dish created by a Kapampangan restaurant called Apag Marangle. It’s an all in one meal where you have your rice, vegetables and meat, very nutritious and delicious. I saw this dish on Instagram and thought...

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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...