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This week's Featured in Food Friday players are ...

Mr. Erwin, a guest blogger and chef, and Ms. Iska, who owns the blog ISKAndals.com. Their post last week was CEVICHE.

 That shot reminds me of  "Kinilaw", a very popular dish back home (I haven't tried making it myself, though). But this dish is actually quite different (you've got to visit the post to see it!) and turns out to be something that I'd love to try. Ms. Iska's foodie site (she also does 'sketches') is a heaven for those who loves food and enjoys preparing it. Together with guest blogger Chef Erwin, they offer us dishes that are familiar yet has been modified to create something that is all their own. Their recipes, coupled with wonderful informative shots, actually helped me liven up some of my boring dishes. Oh yes, it did! :)

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My food post for this week is one of those boring dishes, lol. But it's really easy: Squash with Moringa in Coconut Milk.


Ingredients:
  • Squash
  • Moringa leaves
  • Coconut milk/cream (you may use powder or canned; I prefer to use freshly grated coconut and wring the liquid out. basically, I use "thin" {second pressing, with around 2 cups of water added} and "thick" {obtained during the first pressing, with about half a cup of water added} coconut milk, reserving the latter during the last phase of the cooking)
  • Bell pepper (red)
  • Ginger, Chili, Salt
  • Fish Sauce (optional)


Procedure:
  • Clean and cut squash. Put inside a pot together with "thin" coconut milk. Dump in the crushed ginger, bell pepper slices, chili, and salt.
  • Let boil, then simmer for a couple of minutes until squash is half-cooked.
  • Add the moringa leaves; wait for about a minute, then mix in the "thick" coconut milk. Continue mixing until it starts simmering again. Taste and adjust seasoning. I added fish sauce. Turn off fire.
  • Serve hot.


Loved it with fried salted fish and rice. Ahhh, soul food! :D

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12 shared thoughts:

Luna Miranda at: Fri Mar 23, 12:30:00 AM GMT+8 said...

this is something my mom and brothers would love. they love veggies, soup na lang sa akin.:p

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo at: Fri Mar 23, 12:46:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Tuyo! Homaygad! Tuyo is love! <3

Winnie at: Fri Mar 23, 01:53:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Love your Squash-Salad! I'm a veg. and this is great dish for me.
Beautiful photo btw

Oggi at: Fri Mar 23, 06:08:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Sarap! I love malunggay; I buy frozen and wish we can grow the tree here.

Tetcha at: Fri Mar 23, 07:57:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I'm interested to try that ceviche. The only kinilaw I've eaten is kinilaw na puso ng saging. And nope, I don't agree with you, your vegetable dish is not boring. It's a colorful and healthy dish.

Cher at: Fri Mar 23, 09:25:00 AM GMT+8 said...

you made a simple dish look soooooo special!

Iska at: Fri Mar 23, 10:44:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hi Maiylah, thank you for the feature and your very kind words :-)

Jenn at: Fri Mar 23, 03:18:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Ang mahirap dito yung alisin ang dahon ng malunggay. Hahaha... daming kalabasa sa palengke ngayon, tamang tama!

cheerful at: Sat Mar 24, 01:32:00 AM GMT+8 said...

yummy ceviche...and your meal, i am so jealous with that tuyo on the side! hehehe! i miss having one. anyway, we love pumpkin with coconut milk also, i am adding pork or chicken sometimes...kaso walang moringa leaves at bell pepper but i am adding string beans naman! joining again and have a great week. thanks for hosting as always, see you...:)

Angi at: Sat Mar 24, 05:22:00 PM GMT+8 said...

sarap! yung chicken soup with malunggay naman na specialty ni father ko ang namiss ko

gustosa giveaways at: Mon Mar 26, 06:49:00 PM GMT+8 said...

What is the difference of Moringa and malunggay?

wifetoalineman02 at: Mon Mar 26, 10:05:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I love that boring food you mention Sis but not for me :-) miss eating it so bad :-) Joining late for Food Friday

http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/popcorn-for-snacks/

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