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Laing is so lovely. The taste is wonderfully unique. It’s a pretty healthy dish as well. 👍
Let’s get right into it. 😀
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What Is Laing?
Laing is a lovely dish from the Bicol Region. It’s made out of taro (gabi) leaves.
Yes, this dish just shows how versatile gabi is.
Our Lovely Laing Recipe
I want to share with your our lovely laing recipe. Nothing too special about it except for the tender loving care we put into it. ❤️
Check out our ingredients below:
How To Cook Laing Our Way
Now for the good part. Here’s how to cook laing our way.
Once it’s cooked, add in the second squeeze of the coconut milk.
Once the gabi leaves, slices of gabi vegetables, and stems have come to a boil, combine them with the pork. Then add in the second batch of freshly squeezed coconut milk. Then simmer.
Transfer to a serving dish and top it with some fried daing na labahita.
Experience the luscious flavors of lovely laing. 😃
Bonus: Lovely Laing Goes So Well With Pork Binagoonan
Laing can be eaten alone or with rice (as always!) 😀
This lovely dish also goes so well with another tasty dish called pork binagoonan.
Some laing recipes call for bagoong. As you can see, we did not include bagoong in our list of laing ingredients.
Instead, we chose to make it into a second dish that can be paired with laing. So, here’s our pork bagoong recipe. 😀
Check out the ingredients below:
Pork bagoong is a pretty easy dish. Once you have gathered all the ingredients, saute the pork with onions, tomatoes, and garlic.
Add in the bagoong and cook. Feel free to add some vinegar to balance the saltiness of the dish. Then transfer to a serving dish to pair it up with the lovely laing. 😃
Laing and pork bagoong make a perfect combination.
How do you cook and eat your laing? Feel free to share some of your tips and tricks with us. We’d love to hear from you.