Are you looking for a simple way to cook sitaw and patola? Well, check out this awesome ginisang sitaw at patola recipe.
As of now, having an established home that I can fully call mine is the ultimate goal. I always picture myself jogging every morning, of course with my two labradors, without minding too many people around.
To be honest and it’s a reality that it can only happen in a subdivision. Well, don’t get me wrong. I love SOME of my neighbors here in a rights-only place but I really prefer a community with wide spaces where there’s mutual respect. I want a place where I can plant herbs, vegetables, and fruiting plants.
If that happens, hopefully, the earliest soon, the plant that will never be absent in my garden is the string bean. In case, I’ll a sauteed string beans with patola.
Here is the recipe for ginisang sitaw at patola recipe:
- 1/2 kilo ground pork
- 2 bundles string beans – chopped
- 1 large patola – peeled and chopped
- 1 medium onion – chopped
- 5 cloves garlic – finely minced
- 4 medium tomatoes – chopped
- 1 tablespoon sliced ginger
- 1 cup water
- Salt and pepper to taste
- In a pan saute garlic, onion, and ginger. Let it simmer for a minute.
- Toss in tomatoes and little water. Wait until the skin corrugate.
- Add the ground pork. Mix until cooked.
- Add the string beans and let sear on the pork fat.
- Put the patola and water. Then, let it boil until cooked.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Serve and enjoy.
- The patola will release water when cooked. So, it’s up to your preferences the amount of water you’ll add.
- Don’t overdo the salt since patola has this natural sweetness. We don’t want to lose that.
- This ginisang sitaw at patola recipe also goes well with ground beef and small slices of chicken meat.