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Adobong Okra

Friday, November 24, 2006



INGREDIENTS:

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


PROCEDURE:

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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1 Comments:

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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