What do do with..."kangkong".
June 13, 2016 7:53pm CST
Water spinach or kangkong is a semi aquatic plant. Studies said that, this leafy veggie is rich in potassium and Vitamin A. What can we do with this? Blanched or steamed or boiled then dipped or added some "bagoong" or fish sauce with sliced.tomatoes. That famous Filipino adobo, we can cook this water spinach too. And just like the usual adobo, soy sauce, vinegar, onions and garlic are its additional ingredients, of course with oil. And an appetizing recipe too, crispy kangkong. Leaves dipped with batter and fried until it gets.crispy. Yummy! I know there is a lot more dishes that "features" this leafy vegetable. Do you know any? Or, have you.eaten this?
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14 Jun 16
Gising gising... Hihihi (wake up wake up?!) lol I don't know how to translate it properly. I also like that crispy kangkong like you have mentioned, and the adobo. You can also saute it then add shrimp paste... My friend cooks pinakbet with kangkong...
14 Jun 16
@just4him here is a link about kangkong vegetable. Please tell me if I am allowed to put the link here , if not I will delete it.
Pages Translate Wednesday, 5 August 2015 Healthy Water Spinach In My Garden Kang Kong / Water Spinach Water spinach is called Kang Kong in my home country. It is a green leafy vegetable with long leaves and hollow stems. It is said to be a “poor mans” vege