Are you looking for a simple ginisang gulay recipe? Well, check out the ingredients and procedure here.
The kiddie song “Makulay ang Buhay sa Sinabawang Gulay” by Knorr is definitely the most genius way to promote a product. I remember mothers buying their seasoning with their children in the groceries while singing.
My nieces, who are teens today, were also enticed and will even sing and dance whenever the song was being played during the commercial. Of course, they were also encouraged to eat veggies.
Well, ginisang sari-sari gulay is the dish featured in the song, and guess what? It’s quite easy to make.
- 1/2 kilo pork – chopped
- 2 pieces long eggplant – chopped
- 4 pieces okra – chopped
- 3 pieces of medium sweet potatoes – peeled and chopped
- About 1/2 cup of himbabao
- 15 pieces of bataw – remove the top and bottom parts
- 5 pieces malunggay fruit – peeled and chopped
- 10 pieces sigarilyas – remove the top and bottom parts, then chop
- 4 cloves garlic – finely minced
- 1 medium red onion – chopped
- 4 pieces tomatoes
- 2 1/2 cups of water
- 1/4 cup strained bagoong isda
- Salt and pepper to taste
- In a pan, boil the pork with the two cups of water and bagoong isda for about 10 minutes. Set aside.
- In another pan, saute garlic and onion.
- Add the potatoes, eggplant, sweet potatoes, and okra. Then, add 1/2 cup of water and let it simmer.
- Add sigarilyas, bataw, malunggay fruit, and let it simmer.
- Put the himbabao and let it simmer.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Add the pork and water. Then, mix well.
- Boil for about 10 minutes.
- Serve and enjoy.
- Aside from the vegetables above, you can also add ampalaya, kangkong, malunggay leaves and many more. You can actually play with the ingredients.
- If you don’t like bagoong alamang, you can use patis. If you don’t like either, you can use salt.
- You can adjust the water while boiling.
- This ginisang gulay recipe is best served with rice.