Chic-Boy inspired ginisang kangkong sa bawang (swamp / water spinach sautéed in garlic)

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11 Responses

  1. jonlimjap says:

    Wait, no caterpillars*? :p*

    • Connie says:

      @jonlimjap saw that on FB weeks ago so I was extra careful to scrutinize my kangkong hahaha but seriously, the caterpillar was too large to have gone unnoticed before reaching the customer. Makes me wonder how real the complaint was.

  2. Fionski says:

    No extra sahog? Hehehe. I’ll try this recipe soon!

  3. edelweiza says:

    my mom cooks very good adobong kangkong naman. it’s my fave. i also love garlic bits but i like it in my rice more (garlic rice). :)

  4. ogz says:

    swamp kangkong is dirty, squatters/farmers usually poo there (hanging watercloset), oops sorry…. I always use chinese kangkong, they are planted in mountainous area, its cleaner but more expensive though

    • I’ll consider the first part of your comment as a bad joke so I won’t have to delete your entire comment.

    • Mags says:

      Chinese ? Clean? You must be kidding right?!

      • First of all, Chinese kangkong is the name of a vegetable; it is not an ethnic classification.

        Second, sweeping generalizations that everything Chinese is dirty is racist. Are you American? How would you feel if I said, “American? Intelligent? Are you kidding?”

  5. melanie medrano says:

    Hi miss connie, your from antipolo rin pala… meaning we’re almost neighbors (we’re near unciano medical center)… been reading most of your blog entries and i find them very useful and mouth watering… i will try this one soon… our family love kangkong!