This recipe for Ginataang Gulay with Pork and Shrimp is a quick and easy way to prepare this yummy dish. Ginataang gulay is commonly made-up of kalabasa (Calabaza squash) and snake beans. Other seasonings and ingredients are also added to complete the dish and make it taste good. This particular recipe is different in a […]
Sinabawang Isda at Gulay is a simple dish composed of mahi-mahi fillets and fresh sweet potato tops (known as talbos ng kamote in Filipino). The name of the dish is translated as fish and vegetable soup. Vegetables such as onion, ginger , and tomato are boiled along with the fish. The sweet potato tops are […]
Ginisang Gulay is a simple sauteed vegetable dish. It is composed of eggplant, squash, okra, amapalaya (bitter gourd), and string beans. The combination of vegetables resembles a Filipino dish called Pinakbet. However, there are notable differences between the two dishes in terms non veggie ingredients. This simple vegetable dish is fast to make and good for the […]
Pakbet tagalog is a tasty vegetable dish made-up of different fresh vegetables, pork, and shrimp paste. This dish is a variation of the popular dish, Pakbet Ilokano, that originated from the Ilocos Region.
This recipe is comprised of different vegetables such as eggplant (talong), squash (kalabasa), sting beans (sitaw), ampalaya (bitter melon), okra, and others. Since there are quite a number of ingredients required, I usually carry a shopping list and buy the freshest produce from a nearby market on the day that I’ll cook them. When it comes to the Shrimp paste, I always buy an extra bottle from the Asian store so that I won’t run out of stock.
Before I forget…have that rice cooker going because you might need some extra rice. Oh…one more thing. Have a cold soda (soft drinks) on your side or some cold juice to get rid of that shrimpy taste after you’re done. Happy cooking!
Try this Pakbet Tagalog recipe.