How to make it

  • Marinate chopped meat for 30mins to 1hr in soy sauce, alittle sugar and black pepper.
  • Blanch kangkong for 90secs. Drain then set aside.
  • Heat pan and put oil.
  • Add onions and garlic.
  • Once garlic is lightly brown and onion is transparent, add the marinated meat.
  • When meat is a little brown, set heat on low.
  • On a separate pan stir fry kangkong. Then add kangkong in the pan with meat.
  • Add a little vinegar, soy sauce, and black pepper. Mix well. Serve with rice. (^_^)

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  • kaaper 6 years ago
    It would be kind of nice to have some measurements here. Thumbs up otherwise.
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  • peteygurl 6 years ago
    Hahaha next time wen! (^_^)
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  • carwen 6 years ago
    ga-e ko...looks yummy!
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    elgab89 ate it and said...
    Mmm, sounds delicious!
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  • peteygurl 6 years ago
    Yes you can use spinach as a substitue. My friend tried making this recipe with spinach instead of kangkong and she said it was just as good. (^_^)
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  • mamalou 6 years ago
    Could you use Swiss chard or spinach as a substitute?
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  • peteygurl 6 years ago
    Kangkong is also known as water spinach and is called as Ong Choy in the oriental stores I get it from. (^_^)
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  • merlin 6 years ago
    Sounds yummy. But can you inform this benighted Gringo what kangkong is?
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