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Adobong Okra

Friday, November 24, 2006


20 pieces young okra
4 tablespoon calamansi syrup
½ cup gluten, finely chopped
3 tablespoon soy sauce
Garlic, chopped
Onion, chopped
Salt to taste


Wash the okra. Fry gluten then add garlic, onion and okra. Add the calamansi syrup, soy sauce and salt. Let it simmer until okra softens.

image source : Ritter Farms

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I never heard of Adobong Okra until now. You have some other recipes here that I've never tried, as well, like: Pancit Lucban and Bagoong Fried Rice. I should try these ones. Thanks.

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