Vegetable Dishes

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Want to eat meatless dish this time? I think this recipe is for you specially if one of your favorite Filipino dish is bistek. #BistekTalong #EggplantBistek

How to Cook Bistek na Talong

Want to eat meatless dish this time? I think this recipe is for you specially if one of your favorite Filipino dish is bistek. #BistekTalong #EggplantBistek



Ginataang kalabasa or squash with coconut milk is one of the simplest Filipino vegetable recipes. This recipe has more pork in it, half of the amount of squa...

Tinumok (Shrimp Mixture Wrap in Taro Leaves)

Tinumok is gabi or taro root leaves filled with mixture of shrimps, flakes fish, buko meat, onion, shrimp paste and boiled in coconut milk. This recipe is very similar to ginataang laing which gabi leaves cooked in coconut milk with pork or fish but the only difference is this recipe use whole gabi leaves then...Read More

Chicken Broccoli and Cauliflower Stir Fry

2 reviews
45 minutes

A simple quick cooking chicken and vegetable dish, chicken broccoli and cauliflower stir fry. The cooking method involves two separate steps. Cooking the vegetables first then stir frying and simmering the chicken and combining them when they are already ready to serve. To cook chicken broccoli and cauliflower stir fry; Boil the sliced broccoli, bell pepper...Read More

Stuffed Sayote (Chayote)

This is a recipe of stuffed sayote or chayote which is done by scooping out the flesh and stuffing it with ground pork mixture and then baking it. Its not as hard as you think and you can make these even if only have basic skills in cooking. To cook stuffed sayote; Parboil sayote in skin...Read More

Ginataang Kalabasa recipe:

8 reviews
45 minutes

Ginataang kalabasa or squash with coconut milk is one of the simplest Filipino vegetable recipes.

Ginisang Pechay with Pork

Ginisang pechay is a simple leafy vegetable dish made from sauteed pechay and pork. There are many Filipino dishes that contains pechay as one of the main vegetable ingredient. For example, in nilagang baka or nilagang baboy, pechay is the leafy vegetable that distinguishes this dish from other dishes. Although it can be substituted with...Read More

Ginisang Munggo

I think this is one of the most budget friendly vegetable Filipino dish because munggo or mung beans are cheap and when cooked, it expands, like cooking a congee or lugaw. It also easy to cook this dish. Actually the name of the dish ginisang munggo, if you will take it literally, the dish should...Read More

Ginisang Pinakbet with Bagnet

4 reviews
50 minutes

One of the most popular Ilokano vegetable dish is "pinakbet". It consists of eggplants, okra, squash, stingbeans, bagoong alamang or shrimp paste and spices. But the traditional ilokano pinakbet use bagoong isda (fermented fish sauce) instead of bagoong alamang. Anyway this is a just a variation of the original recipe and actually this variation of pinakbet...Read More

Tortang Okra (Okra Omelet)

This is a simple vegetable omelet dish made from okra, eggs, rice flour and spices. Actually the rice flour included in the ingredients can be omitted but it is also necessary if you want to add some slight crunchiness similar to making okoy. This is also a healthy alternative to pork giniling omelet but I...Read More

Black-Eyed Beans with Pork & Himbabao Flowers

This recipe is from Cagayan Region 2. For those not very familiar with Himbabao or alucon (a tagalog version), it is a caterpillar shaped flowers and distributed throughout the Philippines from Luzon to Mindanao. Combines with black-eyed beans and pork, this will make dish that is both delicious and healthy, that is, if you are...Read More

Ginisang Kinchay with Tokwa

1 review
37 minutes

If you are looking for a simple vegetable recipe containing tokwa or tofu, then I think this sauteed kinchay with tokwa dish is a good choice. Just don't be confused when buying kinchay because it resembles to wansoy. Although they both look alike, the taste and smell is different to each other. Kinchay is Chinese...Read More

Ginisang Patola with Misua

3 reviews
40 minutes

This is one of my favorite comfort food because of the fact that I like noodles of every kind. This dish is made up of combining patola (luffa), pork, shrimp and misua or miswa, a very thin thread-like Chinese salted noodles made from wheat flour, eggs and of course salt and water. I think this noodles...Read More

Ginataang Labong

This vegetable dish is a simple to cook bamboo shoots with coconut cream. Buying fresh and good quality bamboo shoots is bit tricky because you usually don't know how it is prepared commercially when sold in supermarkets or wet markets. If not properly prepared, they will have a foul odor. Some vendors just put them...Read More

Beef Strips with Eggplant

Eggplant is good for the body because obviously it is a vegetable. But there are people who hates vegetable and specially kids that are not raised on eating a proper diet. Although the eggplants in this recipe are much more than the beef strips, I think people who does not like to eat vegetables will...Read More

Ginisang Ampalaya sa Miso

Ginisang ampalaya sa miso is a sauteed bitter melon in miso, a Japanese seasoning made with fermented soy beans with salt and fungus. That is why miso is salty and sour. Miso is used in some Filipino dishes like for example the sinigang. I think miso is a good combination with ampalaya because it counteract the bitter...Read More