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Buenas Bitter Melon Leaves (Dahon Ng Ampalaya) 227 gr
Buenas Bitter Melon Leaves (Dahon Ng Ampalaya) 227 gr

Bitter Melon Leaves (Dahon Ng Ampalaya) 227 gr

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Bitter melon leaves, also known as Dahon Ng Ampalaya, is an ingredient commonly used in Filipino cuisine. Ampalaya refers to bitter melon, a vegetable known for its bitter taste and health benefits.

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Bitter Melon Leaves

Dahon ng Ampalaya, also known as bitter gourd leaves in English, is an ingredient widely used in Filipino cuisine. Ampalaya refers to bitter melon, a vegetable known for its bitter taste and health benefits. The leaves of the bitter melon plant are used as a leafy green vegetable and are an important component of various Filipino dishes.

Dahon ng Ampalaya is often used as an ingredient in soups, stews, and stir-fried dishes. It is valued for its distinctive bitterness, which adds a unique flavor dimension to dishes. Additionally, it is also appreciated for the many health benefits associated with bitter melon, such as promoting digestion and regulating blood sugar levels.

Preparing Dahon ng Ampalaya from frozen is simple. It can be added to soups like sinigang (sour stew), tinola (chicken soup), or nilaga (meat stew). It can also be sautéed with other vegetables and meat, such as in the dish ginisang ampalaya with ground meat (stir-fried bitter melon with ground meat). The leaves are versatile and can be used in various ways to add flavor and nutritional value to dishes.

Dahon ng Ampalaya from Buenas is a convenient ingredient for Filipino cuisine enthusiasts who want to enjoy the unique taste of ampalaya in their dishes while benefiting from the advantages of this healthy vegetable.

 

Ingredients:

60% Bitter gourd leaves, water.

 

Also known as: Bitter Melon Leaves, Dahon Ng Ampalaya, Feuilles De Melon
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Buenas
Code: 4806514650573
Content: 227 gr

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