Judd’s Tampipi Feast

Recipes and photos by CSA subscriber, Judd Uy. Pan-roasted Eggplant and Sautéed Spinach Ingredients4 pcs eggplant, cut into half lengthwise3 cloves, garlic, mincedbunch spinach, washedolive oil as needed1-2 tbsp balsamic vinegar (optional)salt and pepper to taste Using a sharp knife, score the eggplant into cross-hatched patterns. Heat oil in a pan and sear the eggplant.Continue reading “Judd’s Tampipi Feast”

Any Leaf Potangher

Inspired by Nanay Baby from the Dumagats in Rizal who taught us her go-to recipe for a Food for Peace event. Mabi adapted it to work on practically any green leafy veg you get in your tampipi. We used kamote tops for this recipe. Ingredientsgreen leafies (kamote tops, spinach, cassava leaves, kale, etc)sea saltgingergarlicbird’s eyeContinue reading “Any Leaf Potangher”

sardinas with green papaya

Yield 2 servings Ingredients1 tbsp coconut oil1 pc red onion, sliced2 cloves garlic, minced100 g green papaya, sliced1 cup water1 can sardines50 g spinach, chopped1/2 pc orangeTo taste saltTo taste pepper Procedure Heat oil in a pan, saute onion and garlic until aromatic. Add green papaya, mix well. Pour water to deglaze pan and letContinue reading “sardinas with green papaya”

Palak Na Walang Paneer, Vegetable Fritters, Turmeric Brown Rice

This was our family lunch on January 28. It was goooood. No doubt inspired by Ernest’s Christmas party offering which was in turn inspired by the great Kitchen Goddess Lea Co, our nourishment practice finds itself in a growing tradition of good food. Yield: 4 servings Palak na walang PaneerIngredients: 1 tsp fennel1/2 pc cinnamonContinue reading “Palak Na Walang Paneer, Vegetable Fritters, Turmeric Brown Rice”

Seasonal Vegetables with Rice Noodles

I have come to believe that with a jar of gochujang you can do anything. Ate Celia seems to agree. And we do know that what Ate Celia says is Truth with a capital T. This family lunch was memorable because of the no-nonsense way that Ate Celia shoveled the rest of this dish untoContinue reading “Seasonal Vegetables with Rice Noodles”