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Vegan Ginisang Monggo

Vegan Ginisang Monggo

No Meat Braised Mung Beans Ginisang Monggo is usually eaten on a friday and according to Yummy.ph “this custom stems from the Philippines’ predominantly Catholic population, which refrains from eating meat during Friday every Lenten season. Catholics typically abstain from meat as a form of sacrifice, and monggo was a favorite substitute.” They also said […]

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Adobong Kangkong

Braised Water Spinach What is Adobong Kangkong Not another recipe for Adobo! Hear me out, this is a delicious vegan recipe. In case this is your first time here on my blog and you are not familiar with Adobo or Filipino food. Let’s talk about what an Adobo is. It’s braised meat, seafood or vegetables […]

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Ginataan na Gulay

Vegan Vegetables Medly in Coconut Milk Ginataan is a type of stewed or braised Filipino dish cooked with coconut milk. There are many varieties to this dish but the common ingredients are coconut and pumpkin or squash. The word “ginataan” (also spelled as guinataan) is a Filipino cooking method that involves coconut meat or coconut […]

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Pinakbet na Purong Gulay

Vegan Pinakbet – A vegetable medley cooked with salted black beans. Pinakbet is a regional dish from Ilocos, north of Philippines. What is Pinakbet? Pinakbet or Pakbet is a dish from Ilocos and Its name came from the Ilocano word pinakebbet which means “shriveled”, in reference to the vegetables being sweated in the pot over […]

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Ginisang Sitaw sa Tausi

Stir Fried Green Beans with Salted Black Beans This dish is a delicious, no fuss and quick to make dish. I never realised how much my mum influenced my cooking too. Many of you might know that my Papa (Pepe) taught me how to cook Filipino food and inspired my cooking since I was a […]

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Atsara na Pipino

Easy Pickled Cucumber Perfect as a Side Dish or Condiment Atsara or Atchara is a popular pickled side dish or condiment on Filipino tables. It’s usually served with fried dishes or barbeque dishes. Atsara is traditionally made with green unripe papaya and sometimes with raisins. Some will make atsara with chillies and some will leave […]

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