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Saturday, September 13, 2008

Ginisang Gulay sa Kamatis (Saute vegetables in tomatoes)

These are harvested from my vegetable garden last Sunday. I Half of what you can see here I gave to my Filipina friend who lives 15 minutes away from my house. Funny thing about the squash, for the longest time I thought it was a pumpkin. But at the end when it didn't change color to orange I knew right away that this is actually a squash/gourd not a pumpkin.

Here is the picture below while it's still cooking. The ingredients are squash or gourd, asparagus/long/yard beans (tagalog sitaw), okra, onions, and tomatoes. Salt and pepper to taste. The squash turn out really sweet just like sweet potatoes.

8 comments:

alf said...

hi, those are really fresh veggies. the best. wish ko neighbor kita so that you can give me some of your backyard produce. i don't have space for a garden in my house. kung meron, i'd love to plant this kind of vegetables too.

RoseLLe said...

yeah, i agree to the 1st commenter...they really look so green and fresh. Siguradong masarap at masustansya. Looking at them makes me feel hungry...sana din kapitbahay kita :)

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Nedekcir said...

You ladies are so nice. I would like to share it to everyone. Thanks for the comments.

Nedekcir said...

Sure Roselle, I will add you as soon as I can. pls add this blog and this one.

thanks

Rachel said...

Well done on growing all of those delicious looking veggies. Mine did not come out very well this year - I think the rainy summer and having a diseased plant didn't help us.

Jeanny said...

wow sarap...

kanin na lang kulang. ;)

JMom said...

Our sitaw and okra have also taken off and we've been having sitaw almost everyday. This is the kids' favorite way of cooking it. Me, I wish I could cook it like pinakbet but I'm the only one who likes alamang :(

Nedekcir said...

Rachel-thanks for leaving a comment. I don't know which blog to use for my comment. Anyway, some of my vegetables turn out good but some are not so good like pumpkins, gourds, and corns.

Jeanny- lol yes, I have plenty of those too.

Jmom-I freeze most of my harvest including tomatoes. Only 2 of my kids eats these kind of vegetable with anything in them. The rest are plain picky including my DH. I'm planning on bigger garden next year, that means more of these. I may have a stall at the side of the street for that lol. "Sariwang gulay po kayo dyan". I'm too shy for that lol.