Thursday, November 22, 2012

Diningding Recipe


If you are from Northern part of the Philippines, surely you are veggies lover.  The way Ilocandia cook their dishes are mostly using vegetables and they are very delicious and nutritious as well.

Today we will gonna give you a recipe on how to cook a "Diningding".  If you are wondering what deningding is all about, well it is a popular filipino vegetable recipe for common masses which originated from Ilocandia region. This recipe become so popular among us filipino because it was economical, nutritious, delicious and availability of ingredient onlocal market. 

Diningding has a big similarity with tagalog pinakbet recipe were the only difference is the kind of bagoong being used and the process of cooking. I usually include leftover fried fish as an additional ingredient to enhance diningding flavor. Let us start cooking this filipino vegetable recipe now.

Diningding Ingredients:

1 bundle Sitaw (String bean) cut into 1" strips
2 cups of squash, cubed
2 bundle okra (halves)
1 whole onion, skinned (cut into halves)
1/2 gloves of garlic (pelled)
1 Tomato, quatered
1 bundle bataw (Bean pod), cut into halves
1 cup saluyot leaves (jute leaves)
1 cup ampalaya (slice)
1 cup eggplant (slice)
1/5 cup bagoong isda juice
Vetsin (Optional)
Leftover pork meat, or fried fish (fried or paksiw), but in our ingredients we will use the pork meat.

Diningding cooking Procedure:

1) In a casserole, pour in squash, sitaw, bataw, ampalaya, eggplant, okra, tomato, garlic, and onion.
2) Add bagoong isda juice using strainer to separate solid particle.
3) Bring it to boil and simmer until squash tender.
4) Salt to taste, add saluyot, vetsin (optional), and leftover pork meat. Bring to boil.
5) Serve while it's hot with white rice.

Hope you like our recipe, please leave your comment for any additional ingredients.

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