Bulanglang Batangas

Bulanglang
Bulanglang Batangas. Now that the celebrations are over and most of us have provably gain a few inches on the tape and a few grams on the scale from feasting on those cholesterol and sugar laden foods during these fast week. It’s about time to have a healthier food. And what would be a more appropriate than a simple vegetable soap dish of bulanglang.

Bulanglang Batangas

This popular simple vegetable dish of boiled vegetables is similar to dinengdeng and utan. See my previous post on dinengdeng and utan ug buwad. It is equally simple to prepare, Batangas style bulanglang is a medley of fresh vegetables boiled in rice washing with garlic, ginger and tomatoes. It is very important though to know which vegetables should go on the boiling rice stock. First to go are the aromatics, ginger, garlic and tomato. Then the kalabasa which must be cooked until it nearly disintegrate to add texture to the broth, next are the fruit vegetables like papaya, sitaw, sigarillas, okra ect, then lastly the leafy vegetables and of course season only with salt. Vegetables should just be crisp boiled, these dish is nutritious and delicious vegetable soup that is served alongside anything fried or broiled.

Malungay
Sari Saring Gulay

Ingredients:

1 small size papaya, sliced
1 bundle malunggay leaves, removed from stem
2 cups kalabasa, cut into wedges
1 bundle sitaw, cut into 2” length
2 bundle sigarillas, cut into wedges
1 bundle okra, cut into wedges
1 medium size tomato, chopped
3 cloves garlic, crushed
1 thumb size ginger, sliced
6-8 cup rice stock (water from washing rice)
salt

Bulanglang Batangas - Cooking Procedure

Cooking procedure:

Wash thoroughly all vegetables. Boil rice stock in a large pot, add ginger, garlic and tomato cook until tomato become soggy. Add kalabasa and simmer until kalabasa is firm tender. Add sitaw, okra and sigarillas continue simmering until just cooked. Season with salt to taste. Add malunggay and cook until malungay is just cooked. Serve immediately.

20 comments:

maybahay said...

i love your vegetable recipes!

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alilay said...

miss ko na ito lalo na kung may sinaing na tulingan, teka may malunggay ako, okra, kamatis, ginger puede na siguro to makaluto nga

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Kai said...

I've had this in Lipa, my Lipeno friend's favorite dish to go with inihaw na baboy. It was flavored with bagoong Balayan and thickened a bit more with mais. I loved it because it was so like a Pangasinan vegetable dish, yet so different.

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ut-man said...

maybahay, alilay and kai,
I really love gulay, our own simple vegetable dishes.

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Anonymous said...

alay nasasabik n akong umuwi pinas eh..kakasarap ga ng gulay n iyan...na miss ko 2loy ang nanay eh....mang julio

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mgrozman said...

haha... sarap naman nyan, ganyan din kasarap mga pagkain namin sa nasugbu

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Anonymous said...

Nakatikim na ako ng pagkain sa San Juan,San Luis at San Pascual. da best talaga sa batangas

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Anonymous said...

ay kow..... swabe yaan tapos may kasamang sinaing na tulingan at ginayat na paho sa patis

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Anonymous said...

masarap nga yang gulay na yan katerno ng pritong galunggong o sinaing na tulingan...with mangga for dessert. mas okey kung nakakamay para mas feel kumain ba ga! ala eh gusto ko ng umuwi sa pinas!

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ut-man said...

Tama ka jan igan nakakamis talaga.

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Anonymous said...

ai lalo nat may talong, puting kalabasa at gabi ang sarap nyan...yan ang tawag sa cebu na luto, utan sari2x...

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Anonymous said...

oi kalami ana, labi na ug naa pay mais nga numero dose nya gi buyokan nya naa dayon guinamos nga naay sili halang... hayahay pa sa pulis

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ashley said...

wow...favorite ko po yan...actually, i dont know how to cook bulanglang with the best of its taste, but i'l try...thanks much...

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ut-man said...

Hi ashley, I know you can, goodluck.

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Anonymous said...

another addt'l recipe for me na di ako nilulubayan ng cholesterol sa katawan...ok to tol! salamat.....!

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Anonymous said...

yes anyone can...

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Anonymous said...

super sarap yan lalo kng sa bagoong u iluto.pkdamihan pa sna ng mga ibat ibang recipes 4 veg.,beef at chicken..mga e2 ksi ang nbbili sa saudi..pti na din seafood recipes pls..thanks

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jean said...

Sarap naman nito.... hehe... filipino food talaga! <---------------- yumyumfoodrecipes.com owner

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arlene said...

Arlene,
I never tried this but since I love veggies I know i will love this. Thanks for sharing.

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Moon Black said...

Found you! I'll cook bulanglang for diner.thanks!

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