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  1. #1

    Recipe for Crispy Kangkong leaves

    hello! gusto ko sana gumawa ng crispy kangkong leaves kasi nasarapan talaga ako nung kumain kami sa cabalen. i found a website na mayroong recipe nito but di ko ma-gets *** isang ingredient:

    4 bunches kangkong leaves, cleaned 1-1/2 cup water
    3 cups corn starch 5 cups cooking oil
    1 cup flour
    1 pc boiled egg, grated medium
    salt and monosodium glutamate ( MSG) to taste

    Wash kangkong and drain leaves thoroughly.
    Remove leaves from stem. Set aside.
    In a clean mixing bowl combine cornstarch, flour, egg, MSG, salt and water ( batter mixture ).
    Mix until smooth in consistency.
    Heat oil to 250F and reduce fire to medium.
    Dip kangkong leaves one by one in batter and deep fry until crispy.
    Put fried leaves in a plate lined with table tissue to drain oil from kangkong leaves.
    Serve with sauce on the side.

    - itong 1pc boiled egg, grated medium - ano ibig sabihin nito? nilagang itlog na grated? pakisagot naman po and thanks sa magrereply!

  2. #2
    Mukhang typo ata yung egg na yan, I tried cooking Cripsy Kangkong before and I used raw egg to mix in with the floor to make a batter.

    Here's another recipe that seems more logical:

    Ingredients

    * 1 bundle of kangkong
    * 1 egg (beaten)
    * 1 cup cold water
    * 1/2 teaspoon salt (asin)
    * 1/4 teaspoon pepper (paminta)
    * 1 1/2 cup cornstarch
    * 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
    * cooking oil

    [edit]
    Directions

    1. Remove the kangkong leaves. Wash in water and dry.

    2. Mix the egg, water, cornstarch, flour, salt and pepper in a bowl.

    3. Add the kangkong leaves and mix until all the leaves are coated with the batter.

    4. Heat cooking oil in a pan. Fry the leaves until crispy and golden brown.

    5. Strain the cooked pieces for excess oil.

    (Suggestion):

    An alternative to kangkong is spinach which is gaining popularity in most of the Filipino specialty restaurants as an appetizer. Dip in Mayonnaise.

    Got this at:
    http://www.cookbookwiki.com/Crispy_Kangkong

  3. #3
    wow thanks a lot for the recipe! try ko *** syo sana successful ako!

  4. #4
    wow!!! ma-try nga sa Spinach iyan...

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