Malunggay recipes

Tortang Malunggay

Tortang Malunggay

July is a nutrition month in the Philippines and I want to contribute a healthy and affordable recipe to all the parents who keep on soliciting ideas for nutritious dish that they can prepare for their kids, since horse radish (malunggay) is always available or common in our own backyards, I came up with this idea, I hope that you will try this recipe and let me know
Moringa (Malunggay) Milk Shake Recipe

Moringa (Malunggay) Milk Shake Recipe

A simple way to make a Malunggay Milk Shake. When the water came to a boil, add the malunggay leaves. Separate the cooked malunggay leaves and set aside to cool
7-Day Malunggay Challenge!

7-Day Malunggay Challenge!

Chicken Afritada with Malunggay. So I just had this weird idea of putting Malunggay leaves on Afritada
Wheat Malunggay Pandesal Recipe

Wheat Malunggay Pandesal Recipe

In another bowl, combine malunggay, salt and sugar in water. 100 g Whole Wheat Complete70 g powdered milk20 g instant yeast5 g Bread Improver100 g malunggay, blanched540 ml water30 g molasses180 g sugar12 g salt70 g Shortening1 cup Bread crumbsCooking Instructions
Malunggay (Moringa) and Corn Macaroni Soup.

Malunggay (Moringa) and Corn Macaroni Soup.

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Malunggay Pan de Sal

Malunggay Pan de Sal

Actually, it's nothing new to see and hear malunggay (moringa oleifera) infused breads, drinks and other foodstuff
Ginisang Buko at Malunggay

Ginisang Buko at Malunggay

Add salt and pepper to taste then simmer for a minute and add the malunggay and spring onion, stir well then turn off the heat
Kadyos, baboy kag langka with malunggay

Kadyos, baboy kag langka with malunggay

The greens usually kamote tops or in this case malunggay leaves, adds color, texture and more nutrients to the "health conscious"
Top 10 Health Benefits of Malunggay (Moringa)

Top 10 Health Benefits of Malunggay (Moringa)

One of the vegetables that seem to not get enough attention is the humble malunggay. The term “superfood” seems to get thrown around these days, especially for stuff like acai and goji berries, but it can be argued that it describes the malunggay quite nicely
Pinakbet na may Bunga ng Malunggay

Pinakbet na may Bunga ng Malunggay

We just got back from Mustafa and look what we bought in addition to our usual grocery stuffs - bunga ng malunggay at talbos ng kamote
Ginisang Bunga ng Malunggay at Sigarilyas

Ginisang Bunga ng Malunggay at Sigarilyas

So for Filipinos like us who likes okra (ladyfinger), tarong (eggplant), parya (bittergourd), saluyot (jutes), karabasa (squash), pal-lang/sigarilyas (winged beans), marunggay/malunggay (moringga), patola (sponge gourd), upo (white squash), kamote (sweet potato), sayote (chayote), utong (sting beans), sabunganay (banana blossom), kalunay (spinach), green beans, papaya, repoloyo (cabbage), carrots, sili (chili peppers), and so many more, you can consider Qatar as a vegetable haven