Dinengdeng with fried fish

Dinengdeng is an Ilocano dish from the Philippines.There are different varieties of dinengdeng all over the Ilocano Region, In fact in Agoo, La Union they're celebrating the dinengdeng festival every year in the month of May.One of the highlights of the festival is they show us the 100 varieties of dinengdeng.

Dinengdeng is one of the healthiest dish you can make because it does not require pork or any meat to make it delicious,fried or grilled fish will do and the sweetness coming from the freshly picked vegetables.The ingredients indicated above can be replace by other vegetables.Not only this vegetables are cheap but also they have lot of nutrients.

Dinengdeng with Fried Fish                                                                                                                                                        
yield: 3 pax

Ingredients:
20pcs sitaw (snake beans) cut into 2 inches
3 pcs small ampalaya (bitter melon) cored and sliced
2 bundles Saluyot
150g dried shrimp
3tbsp bagoong fish
1 fried fish
2 1/2 cup of water


Procedure:
  • Bring water into a boil
  • When the water boils add the dried fish,dried shrimp and bagoong,cover and let it simmer for 5-10mins
  • Add the Saluyot and snake beans and let it cook for another 5-10mins until the snake beans is tender
  • Lastly add the bitter melon and let it cook for another 5minutes
  • Serve it hot in a bowl and enjoy

Comments

  1. Sharing this recipe to my family so we can try it at home. :)

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    1. Hi Joan,

      Glad you share this recipe to you family.
      I really appreciate it.

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  2. First time seeing this! Interesting food :)

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  3. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Would love to try it out.

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  4. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Would love to try it out.

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  5. Proud Pinoy here! and I love dinengdeng so much!!!! My step father cooks that recipe for me. Nice blog!

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  6. I missed this food. Add more recipes please.
    More power to you Pinoy Dishes

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  7. Wish you have more recipes Pinoy Dishes as I love cooking and will visit your site often to learn new recipes.

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