Today’s Recipe: Laing

Sharing with you all another coconut based dish that’s a Filipino favorite, Laing (dried taro leaves).

Here’s wachunid:

A can of coconut milk, a can of coconut cream (not in photo), a can of all purpose cream (optional), a pack (I only used half) of dried taro leaves, 1/4 kilo of pork belly (menudo cut is fine), 1/2 cup bagoong (shrimp paste), 3 cloves garlic (diced), 1 medium sized onion (chopped), 2 tbsp. ginger (thinly sliced), 3-4 pieces red chili (chopped).

Step 1: Sauté garlic and onion, ginger in 1 tbsp. oil, add pork and cook for 5 minutes.

Step 2: Add the shrimp paste, coconut milk and coconut cream. Bring to boil.

Step 3: Add the dried taro leaves and red chili. Simmer until the sauce almost dries up.

Viola!

Yummy Laing.

That’s all!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1223763016 Merry Jane Carbungco Ocol

    wow!!! yummy perfect partner with dangit.. now pa na umuulan!!!

  • chiniehdiaz

    Bookmarked! I LOVE laing! Bummer lang, I recently became allergic to shrimp, so no bagoong for me. :( Wonder what I can substitute?

    • jackiego

      Yay! Oh try using tuyo instead? :)

      • chiniehdiaz

        Hmmm.. puede! Sige will experiment over the weekend. Thanks again!

        • Eds Ramos

          hi! try using shredded daing… masarap siya…

  • applesanddumplings

    Anything with gata is YUM! :)

  • Eds Ramos

    Aha! I’ve always wanted to try cooking Laing pero parang ang hirap gawin. Thanks for this recipe. Will try it over the weekend!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jayresa Theresa Montino

    Thanks for the recipe Ms. Jackie. You know what, my bf of 4 yrs was jokingly saying that he thinks he will be the one who’ll cook for our meal when we get married because I don’t have much skills in cooking. Laying out your recipes and ingredients makes me want to learn and practice cooking more. You’re recipes are simple and ingredients are easy to find. :)

  • Eds Ramos

    Hi again Ms. Jackie! Was supposed to try it over the weekend but since we had most of the ingredients at home and my MIL brought taro leaves, we cooked it kanina. Baon ko siya sa office and it was good. Aside from the bagoong, I also added shredded daing para may laman ng konti.

    Next stop, your Garlic Lime Chicken…

    More recipe posts please =)

    • jackiego

      Ooh will try shredded daing next time. Thanks! :)

  • jackiego

    Hi Irene, you can get it sa market but there’s readily available ones in the supermarket :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/CarmelaRigby Carmela Vergara

    Hello. Thanks for the recipe. Gonna try on the weekend. You don’t wash the dried leaves or soak in water first?

    Cheers

    • jackiego

      Hi Carmela, I washed the leaves first but didn’t soak in water. Hope this helps! Good luck on your cooking :)