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Comments on 80 Breakfasts: Lasang Pinoy 24: Laing





Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



Hi Pinaybackpacker! It was actually some other Fi...

2009-08-27T12:34:59.021+08:00

Hi Pinaybackpacker! It was actually some other Filipino bloggers who came up with the event...but I try to participate when I can! :)



I really like this concept of Lasang Pinoy. Thanks...

2009-08-27T04:14:11.498+08:00

I really like this concept of Lasang Pinoy. Thanks for coming up with this. :D



Hi Bursky! Those are sili (pangsigang) :)

2008-03-18T17:09:00.000+08:00

Hi Bursky! Those are sili (pangsigang) :)



my rumbling tummy must have this soon. :D ahaha......

2008-03-18T11:33:00.000+08:00

my rumbling tummy must have this soon. :D ahaha... are those stalks or sili?



Hi Kai! Thank you for choosing a fantastic theme!...

2008-03-09T22:40:00.000+08:00

Hi Kai! Thank you for choosing a fantastic theme! I really enjoyed making (and eating!) this :) It is a lot simpler than I thought…for such great reward!

Hi Jmom! It’s really easy with the dried gabi leaves :)

Hi Nens! Aw! I know…you are certainly “loco over coco” ;) I’ll make you timbre next time :) I like this cookbook because for a “first Filipino cookbook” it covers a lot of ground and you can explore dishes by region…which I like :)

Hi Zlamushka! Thanks :) In taste/feel, it would be kinda similar to morning glory or spinach, however, if you cook it you will need to use a green that would stand up to the longer cooking time, which spinach will not...so if you cook you may have to use something like Swiss chard...



Hey Joey,What a fab dish. I have never tasted taro...

2008-03-09T15:45:00.000+08:00

Hey Joey,

What a fab dish. I have never tasted taro leaves. Anything close to spinach or morning glory?



Aw I can't believe I missed this LP! Wish I checke...

2008-03-09T12:17:00.000+08:00

Aw I can't believe I missed this LP! Wish I checked out what this round was about, cos if I knew it was about coconut I would have surely joined! That laing sounds and looks so good, I've been meaning to get myself a copy of that cookbook. :) Now I really will!



oh my, I could almost smell it cooking, reading yo...

2008-03-08T00:25:00.000+08:00

oh my, I could almost smell it cooking, reading your post. :) I'll have to try looking for dried gabi leaves. Maybe our local Pinoy store will have it.



Hmmm, I never made laing because I thought it is h...

2008-03-07T19:13:00.000+08:00

Hmmm, I never made laing because I thought it is hard to make, but you make it sound so easy. Good thing dried gabi leaves are available in the market, I'm raring to try it.

Thanks for joining LP24, Joey!



Hi Manggy! No way! Really? It's really yummy......

2008-03-06T10:28:00.000+08:00

Hi Manggy! No way! Really? It's really yummy...if you like things with gata. And knowing your coco-relationship I'm not sure? Anyways, it's a snap to make and so good :) I had laing pizza in Bicol...YUM!

Hi Oggi! Thanks...and that's saying a lot cosidering laing is not the most glam-looking of dishes ;) I saw your laing and Bicol Express posts...oohlala!

Hey Franco! You're welcome :) I'll be making the Bicol Express recipe from your site soon! I know what you mean about the coconuts...just count yourself lucky that we are in a country where access to them is relatively easy :) What I would like is that little stool/grater contraption that they have been using to grate niyog since the olden days...you know that one? :)

Thanks Rosa! :) It is quite yummy and comforting :)

Hi Kelly-jane! Yes, a lot of Filipinos, when it comes to Filipino cooking, just cook from their heads (using recipes handed down from grandmas and old aunts) -- which is part of the reason I think our cookbook industry is so small!

Hi Jescel! If you have relatives visiting you maybe they can bring you the dried leaves...all dried up it reminds me of loose tea leaves and that shouldn't be a problem I think -- although I have to say, it doesn't look so innocent squashed into a ziplock bag!

Hi Katiez! Yours and Jescel's and Rosa's comment is making me think of a possible substitute...after all this is basically a dish of greens braised in coconut milk...hmmm :) If you ever try a Filipino dish in any shape or form please let me know!

Hi Bordeaux! Thanks...my native dish thanks you :) It is truly delicious if you are fond of coconut milk...which I am and I think you are too :) If you find fresh gabi leaves be careful though as they require special preparation, unlike dried which I can just toss it the pot! :)

Hi Mila! I know! I was so thrilled and it was so easy! :) Yes, Bicol Express next definitely :)



Ah Joey, you made the laing! Next Bicol Express!!!...

2008-03-06T10:26:00.000+08:00

Ah Joey, you made the laing! Next Bicol Express!!!

(I can see Franco climbing up the coconut tree now...)

You know how much of a chillihead I am so I'll be adding more siling mahaba to it.



I can see why you and your friend only ordered lai...

2008-03-06T08:20:00.000+08:00

I can see why you and your friend only ordered laing. The ingredients and preparation process sounds mouthwatering and yours look fantastic. I hope I can find gabi leaves at our market to try it out soon.



I know I can't get the ingredients but I really sh...

2008-03-06T05:02:00.000+08:00

I know I can't get the ingredients but I really should have a filipino cook book in my collection... One with lots of pretty pictures. Added to my Amazon wish list this day!



hmmn.. the picture made my mouth water.. too bad i...

2008-03-05T23:15:00.000+08:00

hmmn.. the picture made my mouth water.. too bad i can't get all the ingedients here in miami, fl



I used to have a lovely Philipino neighbour, and s...

2008-03-05T21:34:00.000+08:00

I used to have a lovely Philipino neighbour, and she just seemed to cook from her head and her friends recipes too.

Glad you are having fun with Glenda, and sharing good food is always a good thing!



A wonderful dish! It's a pity I can't find those l...

2008-03-05T18:39:00.000+08:00

A wonderful dish! It's a pity I can't find those leaves... Yummy!

Cheers,

Rosa



Hi Joey,I love laing (especially with a streaming ...

2008-03-05T10:48:00.000+08:00

Hi Joey,

I love laing (especially with a streaming bowl of rice)!!! Thanks for the recipe.

I'm considering learning how to climb coconut trees and husk coconuts just so that I can get my own coconut milk.:)



Your laing looks so yummy! I made laing a few mont...

2008-03-05T10:35:00.000+08:00

Your laing looks so yummy! I made laing a few months ago, I will make it again because your post is making me drool...coconut milk plus hot chiles..mmm.:)



Joey, thanks for sharing the recipe. That looks re...

2008-03-05T09:47:00.000+08:00

Joey, thanks for sharing the recipe. That looks really good, even if (are you sitting down? ok? good...) I have never tried it before! (God forbid I have the canned laing.) MegaMom wanted me to try to make a laing pizza, so I have to start somewhere, right? :) But just reading about the salty, spicy flavors gets me going!