TVN food sharing dish. Sauté onion, garlic, turmeric, lemongrass until aromatic. Add kasuy and kaffir lime leaves, stir until toasted. Add siling panigang, sayote and cook for a minute or so. Add sitaw, do a quick stir. Add some bean stock, bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer until sauce thickens. Season with saltContinue reading “Thai Inspired Sitaw at Sayote”
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Korean soybean paste stew (DOENJANG JIGAE)
by Me & My Veg Mouth 5-7 pcs dried mushrooms1 T vegetable oil1 large onion, diced3-4 potatoes, diced (equivalent of 1 cup)1 piece sayote, diced (equivalent of 1 cup)4 garlic cloves, minced3 c water (or 2 c water and 1 c mushroom soaking liquid)5 T Korean soybean paste (doenjang)1 T soy sauce 1 T muscovado sugar1/2Continue reading “Korean soybean paste stew (DOENJANG JIGAE)”
Sayote Carrot Celery
Combine thinly peeled sayote, carrots, and diced celery in a bowl. Pour some magic koji (Mabi should have a post about koji) et viola! You’ve got a refreshing, umami bomb salad in less than a minute!
Feb 25 Family Lunch: Pochero, Gift of Pomelo, Pansit-Pansitan from Cara’s Garden
Read ourpochero recipe, and our thoughts on the pomelo fruit and some pansit-pansitan from one of our team’s backyard vegetable garden.
Feelings about sayote PLUS KimCHI SALAD Recipe
Chunky Veggie Bolognese
Lemongrass Thai Green Curry
This recipe looks like you could use any of the following from your rainy season tampipi: sitaw, carrots, green bell peppers, eggplant, squash, zucchini, radish, green papaya, sayote and white beans 🙂
Cabbage Sayote Salad
by Asha Peri 3 green cabbage 2 pcs. sayote 1 PC. pomelo 3 pcs. red radish cilantro 1/2 cup cashews 6 pcs. shallots, fried in coconut oil (optional) DRESSING: 1/4 CUP EACH 1/2 cup tahini 3/4 cup water 4 T sugar 1/2 t salt (or less) 2 T coconut aminos 1/8 t bird’s eye chili
A Meditation on Vegetables
by Asha Peri A most productive and meditative morning spent interacting with all the veggies from Good Food Community‘s tampipi. Subscribing to a CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) basket means that you let go of expectations and you trust that nature will give what is good for you because your veggies are harvested in perfect timing. What youContinue reading “A Meditation on Vegetables”