Ampalaya Leaves with Sardines


When I and my siblings were young, my Mom occasionally cooks this dish and we loved it. Few days ago she cooked this dish again and I want to share it with all the visitors here.

Ingredients and cooking procedure after the jump.



Ingredients:
Ampalaya leaves
4 cloves of garlic
1 medium onion
1 small can sardines with tomato sauce
2 Tbps. of Patis (Fish sauce)
Vegetable oil
2 cups of water
Salt to taste

Cooking Procedure:
* Put vegetable oil in a casserole, sautÈ garlic, onion.
* Pour sardines and cook for few minutes.
* Add Ampalaya leaves, salt.

Comments
12 Comments

12 comments:

alorn(a.k.a.elcee) said...

i love ampalaya leaves! i would want to try this dish unfortunately ampalaya leaves is not available in Abu Dhabi :(. maybe when i go home for vacation i'll ask my mother to cook this dish for me :D

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wilson said...

Hi! Just wanted to ask if the vegetable that was combined with the ampalaya leaves sayote or unripe papaya???