Monday, September 8, 2008

Ginataang Gulay


Okra and asparagus/yard/long beans (sitaw) in Coconut milk with tomatoes, onions, garlic, and salt. I put everything in a small saucepan and let it cook until I got the right consistency for the vegetables. I like it when there is still some crunch on them. Plus my pots and pans can retain heat. After letting it heat up I turn the burner off and still cooked the vegetables the way I want them.

6 comments:

RoseLLe said...

I like it in your kitchen...because you have this yummy ginataang gulay. Can I have some?

Reflexes
Living in Australia

My Bug Life said...

What is the origin of this dish? Don't know if this is somewhat similar to something we have here called 'gulai'...mild curry with coconut milk

Jeanny said...

wow...my favorite. When I cook this, I add shrimp paste..hmmmm..yummy

Ria said...

Hi N!

This is one of my fave viand! Miss ko na ito...

maria said...

ginataang gulay is yummy. one of my family's favorite ;)

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Anonymous said...

i am getting hungry., I am craving for ginataang gulay, i came across to ur site. so yummy!