Okra filipino recipes

Nilagang Okra at Inihaw na Talong

Nilagang Okra at Inihaw na Talong

Filipino cuisine can be really over complicated but it can also be very simple and I guess nothing will beat the simplicity our recipe for today
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

Why you need to visit Casa Manila, a Filipino gem in North York

I am obsessed with good soup, and Casa Manila’s sinigang baka (beef tamarind soup) hit the spot with a sour Filipino tamarind base with vegetables including okra, jalapeno, eggplant, tomato and bok choy (plus there was no MSG
Pinakbet

Pinakbet

½ pound okra, top trimmed and cut diagonally into. For today’s post, I decided to share one of my all-time favorite Filipino comfort food
Cooking Sinigang na Isda

Cooking Sinigang na Isda

- okra, cut in halves. She enjoys sharing her quick easy meals, including Filipino cooking recipes in this blog
Cooking Pork Sinigang

Cooking Pork Sinigang

- Okra, cut in halves. Cooking pork sinigang is another pork stew recipe common to many Filipinos. Pork sinigang is a Filipino style recipe similar to cooking pork nilaga minus the tomatoes
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
Paksiw na Saluyot

Paksiw na Saluyot

Saluyot, for the Ilocanos, refers to the leaves of the jute not the okra (lady finger). ALSO, he wants to share his paksiw na saluyot to his colleagues to let them taste what Filipino, Ilocano vegetable dish, to be specific, is all about
Law-uy: Visayan Healthy Soup

Law-uy: Visayan Healthy Soup

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
Sinigang na Corned Beef

Sinigang na Corned Beef

Add the okra then season with freshly ground pepper and fish sauce. Basically this dish is similar to how beef sinigang is cooked but using corned beef instead, I guess main idea here is to mix corned beef flavour and sour sinigang taste which is both loved by the Filipinos
Rellenong Talong (Stuffed Eggplant)

Rellenong Talong (Stuffed Eggplant)

Like the Rellenong Tahong, Rellenong Alimasag, Rellenong Pusit and Rellenong Okra that I have featured here on the blog before, Rellenong Talong is a bit time consuming to prepare, but I tell yah, it's all worth it

Enjoy the taste of the Grill

We get to share this large half slice of bangus set in a platter arrayed with string beans, okra, squash and ampalaya with its thick creamy sauce
Shrimp in Sour Soup (Sinigang na Hipon)

Shrimp in Sour Soup (Sinigang na Hipon)

So when I went back to the Philippines for a holiday, I asked my mom if she can cook for me Filipino dishes that all involve seafood especially shrimps and prawns which are my ultimate favorite
Kamayan sa Palaisdaan

Kamayan sa Palaisdaan

This is a dish that my mom would make a few times a month, varying between different meats such as beef and pork, and seafood like prawns and fish, accompanied by all sorts of vegetables from daikon, water spinach, okra, taro corms, etc
The 10 Vegan Foods You Must Try at Smorgasburg

The 10 Vegan Foods You Must Try at Smorgasburg

if you opt for a “la pate” with garlic mushrooms you’ll get a flavorful vegan plate that also includes West African polenta, ginger-stewed onions and okra, sriracha