Vegetable

A vegetable is an edible plant or its parts that are intended for cooking or eating raw. Some vegetables can be consumed raw, some may be eaten cooked, and some must be cooked to destroy certain natural toxins or microbes in order to make them suitable for consumption. Vegetables are eaten in a variety of ways such as part of a main course as a side dish, as the main dish itself, or as a snack. The nutritional content of vegetables varies considerably, though generally they contain little protein or fat, and varying proportions of vitamins.

Sinigang Na Salmon

This is Sinigang Na Salmon. Sinigang Na Salmon is another variety of Sinigang. Salmon is a good fish to use because it is a highly nutritious food. It is high in protein, the good fats, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B, Vitamin E …

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Sinigang na Salmon

Cucumber Tomato Salad

This is Cucumber Tomato Salad. This is a simple and refreshing side dish that’s quick and easy to make. The cool and tangy flavors are a perfect match for any main dish that’s been fried or grilled. I even like to eat it by itself …

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Cucumber Tomato Salad

Spicy Ginataang Tilapia

This is Spicy Ginataang Tilapia . Ginataang tilapia is tilapia cooked in coconut milk. This spicy dish, highlighted with the creamy sweetness of coconut milk and the fire of chili peppers, is an exotic treat, even to the most well traveled palates. Enjoy this recipe …

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Spicy Ginataang Tilapia

Ginataang Langka (Jackfruit in Coconut Milk)

This is Ginataang Langka (Jackfruit in Coconut Milk). This is a vegetable dish made mainly with Langka (Jackfruit) and few other ingredients. This dish can be cooked without any meat if you are vegetarian. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow.  

Ginataang Langka (Jackfruit in Coconut Milk)

Paksiw na Isdang Tanigue

This is Paksiw Na Isdang Tanigue (Fish Poached in Vinegar and Ginger). Paksiw is a style of cooking in the Philippines that means “to simmer in vinegar.” You can use many different kinds of fish with paksiw, which makes this a versatile dish you can …

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Paksiw na Isdang Tanigue
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