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Sinigang Na Salmon- Many of us might be more used to the traditional Pork Sinigang, but using seafood such as prawns or fish in Sinigang is equally as Manyaman! I love using Salmon fillets in this dish because they marry really well with the sourness of the soup. Manyaman Tip: Add some smashed ginger in your Sinigang when using fish or other seafood! It really does wonders =)
Ginisang Petchay- In Filipino kitchens everywhere, this is very common, and super Manyaman way to cook Petchay or Bok Choy. Bok Choy is very rich in Vitamins, and though it doesn’t have too much flavor on it’s own, this dish brings it to another level of Manyamanness (yes, I just made this word up). Here’s my recipe! Let me know how it goes =)
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Tortang Talong -One of my favorite ways to use Eggplants in Filipino Cuisine =) Most people prepare it using egg alone, but my family mixes sauteed ground pork into the egg batter to take it to that next level of deliciousness. Truly a Manyaman way to eat an omelette!
Stuffed Ampalaya- Growing up I hated the taste of Bitter Melon, or in Filipino, Ampalaya. Thankfully, I recently came across a Manyaman way to turn this bitter vegetable into a very appetizing and healthy dish! I stuffed my Ampalaya with some sauteed ground beef, sliced carrots, and topped them with grated Eden Cheese.