Malunggay Horseradish Leaves 227 gr
Malunggay is the Filipino term for Horseradish leaves, an essential ingredient for some recipes in Filipino cuisine.
Malunggay Horseradish Leaves
These leaves are part of the Moringa Oleifera tree, also called the drumstick tree. The leaves are often added to soups and stews. One of the most well-known dishes is the typical Tinola, where the leaves are served as a meal soup along with chicken broth, green papaya, and ginger. The leaves can also be processed into a pesto pasta sauce with olive oil. In Indonesia, the leaves are often eaten in a vegetable soup with spinach and coconut milk. The leaves are also delicious when fried and mixed with dried tuna chips, onions, and dried peppers. This is somewhat reminiscent of a type of sambal and is often eaten with curry and rice. The leaves are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C, protein, iron, and potassium, among other nutrients
100% Horseradish leaf (Dahon ng Malunggay)
Also known as: Dahon ng Malunggay
Country of origin: Philippines
Content: 227 gr