Filipino malunggay fruit recipes

Ginisang Bunga ng Malunggay at Sigarilyas

Ginisang Bunga ng Malunggay at Sigarilyas

So for Filipinos like us who likes okra (ladyfinger), tarong (eggplant), parya (bittergourd), saluyot (jutes), karabasa (squash), pal-lang/sigarilyas (winged beans), marunggay/malunggay (moringga), patola (sponge gourd), upo (white squash), kamote (sweet potato), sayote (chayote), utong (sting beans), sabunganay (banana blossom), kalunay (spinach), green beans, papaya, repoloyo (cabbage), carrots, sili (chili peppers), and so many more, you can consider Qatar as a vegetable haven
Law-uy: Visayan Healthy Soup

Law-uy: Visayan Healthy Soup

Filipino Style Fruit Salad. Although Filipinos eat our hot soups all-year round, from where I am at (Northern California), the colder weather calls for some really comfort soups to warm the tummy everyday
Curried Okra and Tomato

Curried Okra and Tomato

Mention “okra” and my mouth salivates as I remember my favorite Filipino dishes like “pinakbet“, “law-uy”, “sinigang” and those freshly steamed okra pods dipped in soy sauce-vinegar with crushed hot peppers
Meal Planning Of Filipino Culture

Meal Planning Of Filipino Culture

Examples—malunggay, kangkong, kamote tops, pechay, squash (fruit, flowers and leaves), ampalaya leaves, spinach, mangoes, carrots, sitao and cabbage

The Elements Of Good Nutrition

The Filipino practice of adding small bits of complete protein, e. egg yolk, raisins, ampalaya leaves, prunes, spinach, malunggay, dates and potatoes