Monday, May 18, 2015

Ginisang Hipon, Sitaw at Kalabasa

Or sauteed shrimps with snake beans and squash.

sauteed shrimps, snake beans and squash

Probably the most basic of all dishes in a Filipino household is the humble gisa or saute. We like to cook a bunch of meat, seafood and vegetables this way. It’s easy and it feeds a lot of hungry mouths. All you need is rice and you are all set for lunch and dinner.

This is a super simple recipe that anyone can whip up in just 15 minutes.

Ingredients

shrimps
one bunch snake beans or string beans
squash
garlic
onions
water
salt and pepper
seasoning granules

Let’s cook!


First, saute some chopped garlic and onions in some oil. Add the squash. Let it cook for about a minute. Add the snake beans. Wait for another minute. Add the shrimps. Add some water depending on how much soup you want. Then season with seasoning granules. Taste. If it lacks flavor, season with salt and pepper. You can also season with fish sauce or light soy sauce. Wait for the vegetables to cook and serve with rice.

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