Ginulay na Mais, Gulay na Mais

Ginulay na Mais, Gulay na Mais
Ginulay na Mais, Gulay na Mais. Not many know that corn can be cooked as a viand, the young white corn type. In the Philippine countryside where corn are produced, gulay na mais is a comfort food. The dish is made up of young white corn kernels that are cut off from the cob using a knife, or using the large hole of a grater. Sautéed with pork and small shrimp and simmered with a lot of water. Other leafy vegetables are also added usually malungay, chilli leaves, ampalaya leaves ect. For my version I added oyster mushroom and spinach. Here is the recipe.


4 young white corn on the cob
1 cup boiled pork cut into cubes
1 cup shrimp, shelled
160 grams baby spinach leaves
150 grams oyster mushroom
2-3 green chili
1/4 head garlic, chopped
1 small size onion, chopped
1 medium size tomato, chopped
1/4 cup fish sauce
salt to taste
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:

Ginulay na Mais, Gulay na Mais - Cooking Procedure

Using a knife cut of the corn kernels of the cob, keep aside, discard cobs. In a sauce pan suttee garlic, onion and tomato until lump. Add in the pork and shrimp, stir cook for a minute. Add in fish sauce and stir cook for another minute. Add 3 to 4 cups of water bring to a boil and simmer for 1 to 2 minutes. Add in the corn and continue to simmer for 25 to 30 minutes, add more water as necessary. Add in the mushroom and simmer for 1 to 2 minutes, correct saltines if required. Now add in the spinach and cook for another half a minute. Serve hot with rice.

Bicol Express
Ginataang Langka
Ginataang Puso na Saging
Ginisang Ampalaya
Ginisang Labanos
Ginisang Munggo
Ginisang Pechay
Ginisang Sayote
Ginisang Sitaw
Ginisang Togue
Tortang Talong


Nick Ballesteros said...

I've tasted a variation of this before, but that was a looong long time ago in Dagupan. It's really good!

ut-man said...

Hi watson, I want to try also the dinengdeng version when I have the ingredients, thanks.

ziggy said...

I remember this! Ours was with mung bean sprouts, pechay and yes, shrimps. and although the corn that we used is not the sweet corn that everyone wants to devour, this soup is lovely.

ut-man said...

Hi ziggy, I might as well try it in the future.

Unknown said...

Hello po ano po pde ipalit sa pork bawal kc samin ee..tapos allergic ako sa shrimp gusto ko pa nmn nito..nsa singapore ako now...thanks
Want to learn how to cook :-) newly wed kc aq kaya ngaaral thanks


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