Ginisang Pinakbet Tagalog is a mixture of Filipino Vegetables but unlike in it’s original version, there is no Alamang (shrimp paste) or Bagoong (fermented fish) as a flavoring. It is usually sauteed in pork. This version is sauteed in ground beef.
Ginisang Pinakbet sa Giniling Recipe
Assorted vegetables cut up in the same sizes
6 cloves of garlic
100 grams shrimp (fresh or dried)
1/4 kilo giniling (ground beef)
2 tbsp oil
1 tbsp patis
- Prepare your vegetables. (I bought the precut ones)
- Saute garlic and onions in oil.
- Add ground beef and mix until meat is giving off juice. Mix in patis.
- Add shrimp.
- Add the hard vegetables first (such as squash, camote, etc.). Let cook for 5 minutes.
- When almost cooked, add the greens, okra, ampalaya, sitaw). Let cook for 3 minutes. Don’t overcook the vegetables.
- You may top with chicharon (pork cracklings) if you wish. Serve.
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