Ginataang Daing with Malunggay Recipe

What will I cook for today’s meal? was the most question that came into my mind especially that I’m working from home and have much time to cook because of the Enhanced Community Quarantine Order to keep us safe from this deadly pandemic.

Social distancing, using a facemask, frequent handwashing, and healthy lifestyle and food are ways to keep us safe from the COVID-19 pandemic. Mentioning healthy food, what I have below is a menu that rich in nutrients, budget-friendly and easy to cook as well.

Ingredients
Daing (Dried Fish)
Malunggay (Moringa) Leaves
Gata (Coconut Milk or Coconut Powder)
Water
Onion
Garlic
Salt
Pepper
Cooking Oil

Instructions
Wash dried fish with water, set side. For big dried fish you may sliced it on your desired size. Disolve coconut powder into 1 to 2 cups of water. Set aside. Heat oil in a wok and saute the sliced onion and garlic. Add the coconut milk, bring to boil. Add dried fish and malunggay leaves (moringa). Season with pepper and salt. Bring to boil until dried fish is cooked.

Serve and have a happy meal!

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6 Comments

  1. Habang ECQ madalas maghanap si Mama ng pwedeng lutuin… kaya kapag may nakikita ako recipe sa mga blog sinasabi ko sa kanya. Kaya hetong Ginataang Daing with Malunggay ishare ko sa kanya baka sakali gusto niyang lutuin. Hehehe…

  2. THankyou for sharing this recipe !! would try this soon 🙂

  3. This pandemic situation this recipe has so very nutritious. Malunggay or also known as Moringa oleifera, and it will help us to prevent blood sugar and cholesterol. I will try this recipe.

  4. I really like it when you are sharing a nutritious food recipe. It really helps a lot. I think I should recommend this to my mom.

    1. Author

      thank you so much, expect for more nutritious yet affordable recipe post from here 🙂

  5. Yum! Parang ang sarap nito momsh. I never thought na pwede pala iluto sa gata ang daing, bonus ang malunggay which makes it a healthy dish.

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