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(New recipe!) Have you tried Filipino food? If yes, what’s your favorite dish? T…


(New recipe!) Have you tried Filipino food? If yes, what’s your favorite dish? This is one of mine—it’s Ginataang Gulay, which is basically vegetables cooked in coconut milk! It’s like our local version of curry and I love having this with lots of rice.
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I’ve also been asked a lot if I have Filipino recipes and my answer is yes, I do, but I’ve actually been working on them for my ebook since it’ll have a section just for veganized Filipino recipes. This is one of the first Filipino recipe I’m sharing with you guys and it’s almost like sharing a little piece of my home with you. We have a lot of coconut trees so coconut products like coconut milk or “gata” in Filipino is something we incorporate into our daily meals a lot. Check out the recipe below! Enjoy.🌞🌴
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Ginataang Gulay (Vegetables in Coconut Milk)
Serves 3-4
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1 red onion, chopped
4 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped
5 cups coconut milk (I used fresh but you can opt to use canned coconut milk)*
2 cups string beans (sitaw)
1/2 small pumpkin (kalabasa), cut into 1.5 inch cubes (makes around 4 cups of cubes)
2 large green chili peppers, optional
3 cups fresh malunggay leaves, optional
1 tsp salt, or to taste
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*If you use canned coconut milk, please note that it can be much thicker than fresh coconut milk since thickeners are sometimes added to it. So you can either lessen the coconut milk or add a little water if you find the sauce too thick.
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1. Heat a large pan. Add 1 tbsp of oil and sauté the onions and garlic. Once tender, add in 2.5 cups of coconut milk.
2. Add in the vegetables then leave to boil for 10-12 minutes until the vegetables are almost cooked through.
3. Add the rest of the coconut milk and the malunggay leaves (if using). Season with salt to taste.
4. Leave to cook over medium high heat for a few more minutes until the vegetables are cooked through. Adjust seasoning depending on desired taste. Enjoy while hot!
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