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CHAPTER I Introduction Our fascination with self-improvement shows no signs of waning, and there s no shortage of new diet trends aimed at helping us meet our health goals. Watchers of food and nutrition trends say the road to better health is paved with new possibilities with old ones that are poised to make a comeback. The issue on global warming because of our depleting ozone layer had a great impact on the wellness of todays generation. The fear on different diseases like cancer on many types, diabetes, heart diseases, obesity, the long time issue on malnutrition, swine flu and along
birds flu which are uncommon before and many other diseases that are even unknown to everyone are somehow the result of unbalance diet, changing lifestyle and being ignorant to the nutritive value of food intake. Guilty or not we just eat because we wanted to satisfy our cravings and oftentimes we eat because others were eating even we are not hungry at all. Being unconcerned on the nutritive value of the food we eat, means future damages to our health. With the same idea from Part I of these study, our busy lifestyle had detrimentally change our value on nutritious food. We tend to eat the on-the-go high carb meals and with both parents working together, kids suffer for ready to serve food that are unhealthy. Our changing lifestyle has affected us so much and we have a habit of forgetting the basics in life - that is maintaning a well-balance diet and a healthy lifesyle for longer life. With the advocacy of going green, to be natural, to be real and to be healthy, still, the population is facing problems on health. Even the sprouting of advertisements in media and in the net about healthy diet, a lot of the population doesn t listen but instead resort to a more health damaging food intake that become vices to some. But of course it does not stop there, because with the assertive attitude from dietians, nutritionist and health advocacies, people starts listening and learning. Awareness and sustainability is becoming a fad and hopely everyone will soon understand to value and love nature by becoming concious to what is happening to his/her sorroundings. To consume food that are not harmful to his/her health at the same time helping mother earth by going local and/or organic produce.
A. Background of the Study In achieving a healthy body one needs to understand the nutritive value of food. A normal person's diet or a diet suitable for the masses includes all of the essential nutrients. Food that prevent illness as we age by consuming the right ones. We should focus on providing our body with the fuel it requires to function properly. Eliminating or over indulging in any food group may prove detrimental to our health so we must be aware even to the slightest nutrition on our food in order for us to maintain a healhty body.
. B. 2. wellness. They grown naturally in our backyards unnoticed and sometimes unappreciated. discuss and gives information on the following: 1. Statement of the Problem This study aims to answer.One of the major sources nutritious food are vegetables. One of these backyard vegetables is Saluyot which in-fact known as a second to Malunggay (horseradish tree moringa oleifera ) in terms of its nutritive value and health benefits. And eventually this study will result to a very informative data for health. What are the Culinary uses of Saluyot? a. What is Saluyot? Facts and Descriptions. What are common International Saluyot jute recipes? b. vanity and other furture purposes it may served best. They provide enough nutrients to supplement the need of our body. we then learn to give importance on the naturally grown backyards vegetables not only for the sake of sustainability but for the nutritive value it gave us. With the green-ecology and sustainability as part of the latest trend today and as discussed in Part I. What are the other uses of Saluyot. What are the Nutritional Value of Saluyot? 3. They are rich of vitamins and minerals. What are common local Saluyot jute recipes? 5. It will try to analyze the issues concerning Saluyot and its nutritive value to our health. What are the Medicinal Health Benefits of Saluyot? 4. This research then is endeavored to achieve information on the significance of Saluyot on Nutrition.
diabetes. and micronutrients to meet the needs for human nutrition without inducing toxicity or excessive weight gain from consuming excessive amounts. 3. 2. Generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind-body and spirit in an over-all feeling of well-being.C. Used in the context of alternative medicine. Wellness It is an active process of becoming aware of making choices towards more successful existence. proteins.the process of absorbing nutrients from food and processing them in the body in order to keep healthy or to grow or can be defined as food or nourishment needed to keep an organism growing. Healthy Diet . Nutrients can be obtained from many different foods. healthy and viable.is one that helps maintain or improve health. A healthy diet involves consuming appropriate amounts of all essential nutrients and an adequate amount of water. A healthy diet needs to have a balance of macronutrients (fats. Definition of Terms 1. . The effect of this is a warming of the global atmosphere. It also refers to the process of providing or receiving food or other life-supporting substances. and carbohydrates). such as obesity.a phenomenon (otherwise known as climate change or the greenhouse effect ) whereby solar radiation that has reflected back off the surface of the earth remains trapped at atmospheric levels. Global Warming . Vanity something somebody is vain about and/or excessive pride 5. heart disease. due to the build-up of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. It is important for lowering many chronic health risks. 4. rather than being emitted back into space. hypertension and cancer. calories to support energy needs. so there are numerous diets that may be considered healthy. Nutrition .
and in the development of cancer. Vitamins . 13. 12. 11. and plants 14. animals. such as the root of the beet. Sustainability .is the ability to maintain a certain status or process in existing systems. or connected with. 15. and normal reproduction. 10. 8. Anti-Aging . the leaf of spinach (and saluyot) or the flower buds of broccoli or cauliflower.6. cooking. or zinc.Life extension consists of attempts to extend human life beyond the maximum natural lifespan. in some auto immune diseases. and/or herbs. sodium. vitamins.An inorganic element. iron.group of organic substances that are required in the diet of humans and animals for normal growth.Free radicals are produced through a number of normal internal functions of the body as well as when the body is subjected to certain toxic environmental exposures. The ability of an ecosystem to function and maintain productivity for a prolonged period is also sustainability. . Free radicals are thought to play a part in the ageing process. that is essential to the nutrition of humans. FreecRadicals .A plant cultivated for an edible part. Vegetables . potassium. 9. Minerals .nonfood substances that are used to augment the dietary intake of minerals. maintenance of life. Culinary . Wow-Vegetables is refered to as edible plants that contains variety of nutrient and a good source of vitamins and minerals. such as calcium.The word "culinary" is defined as something related to. Food Supplement . The most frequent use of the term sustainability is connected to biological or human systems in the context of ecology. amino acids.
thought to protect body cells from the damaging effects of oxidation. . in carbonated beverages. 18. use of saluyot) boiled in rice-wash water. or beta carotene.g.Dinengdeng. onions. odorless. usually obtained coal. or felting fibers CHAPTER II Review of Related Literature The issue on nutritious food have been the battle of Nutritionists and even Doctors and Dieticians. coke or natural gas combustion from carbohydrates.a cloth made by weaving. Jute (Saluyot) Fiber it is a produce from plants in the Genus Corchorus 20. incombustible gas that is present in the atmoshpere and formed during respiration. vitamin C. knitting. a delicious concoction of various vegetables (e. etc. broiled or fried fish. 19. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is in constant research not only to exhaust the usefulness of our natural resources but to discover the nutritive value of the narurally grown vegetables we have and experimented to its medicinal benefits to our health at the same time restoring our mother earth by going green or ecology friendly processes. Dinengdeng . CO2 . Fabrics . or naturally from springs: used extensively in industry as dry ice. tomatoes and fish sauce. 17. fire extinguisher. by fermentation. or carbon diodixe snow.16. by reaction of acide limestone or other carbonates. Anti-oxidants a substance. such as vitamin E.a colorless.
laceolate. A myth told us that the secret behind the long life. Known locally as Saluyot with Scientific Name: Corchurus olitorious L. (Bisaya). and Tugabang common local and international name includes: (English).Jute is an erect.C. Widely known as famine food of Africans because of its being a vegetable of last resort during droughts. General Background of Saluyot History revealed that Saluyot has been grown since 6000 B. good health and youthful look among Ilocanos is by simply eating the Saluyot. Known as Molohiya that was first cultivated in Egypt. Flowers are solitary with yellow petals on the axils. Cold weather and severe periods of drought can kill the crop. These soldiers brought molohiya or saluyot to Cyprus and it was popularized later. A. The leaves are ovate. growing up to 2 meters high. Saluyot 1. when many Egyptian families moved to Cyprus. annual plant or shrub. Jute (Tagalog). Botanical Description . It was reportedly eaten by royalties including Cleopatra for its health and beauty benefits. The fruit is a capsule with many black seeds. wet in the lowland tropics. humid weather and is often grown near riverbanks and waste places.Jute or Saluyot is cultivated over a wide range of environments. grabrous. It grows abundantly in India and Bangladesh and a staple food for Ilocanos in the Philippines. toothed margins. A loam or silty-loam . 2. When the Ottomans conquered Cyprus. Molokhia/Molohiya (Japanese). The plants grow well under hot. It also responds especially to warm. Syrian troops were replaced by Egyptian troops under the rule of Mehmet Ali Pasha. Other Jute Mallow or Jew s Mallow. Adaptability .It is said that the newly acclaimed wow vegetable is the humble saluyot. and originated in Egypt.
5 to 8. The rate of fertilizer application depends on soil fertility. Cultural Practices 4. Planting Saluyot or Jute mallow is planted either by direct seeding or transplanting. like in Southern Mindanao.Propagation is through seeds. 4. Preparing the field Saluyot or Jute mallow is a small seeded plant. Propagation . When there is uniform distribution of rainfall. Irrigating is critical after sowing or transplanting to ensure a good stand. especially nitrogen. Fertilizing -It responds well to added fertilizer. 4. plants should be . fields are furrow-irrigated every 10 days during the cool-dry season.4. saluyot can be planted anytime of the year. A combination of both inorganic and organic fertilizers improves yield and maintains soil fertility. soil type.2. Planting is done at the beginning of the rainy season (May-June).soil and plenty of organic matter is ideal. The seeds are drilled uniformly 4 to 5 inches apart in furrows or at the rate of 5-6 kgs of seeds per hectare. As a rule. labor is limited and during the dry season when flooding is not a problem. it can be overcome by soaking the seeds in hot water. but more extreme pH conditions will reduce the availability of iron in the soil.0. and weekly during the hot-dry season. 4. Direct seeding is used when seed is plenty. For big scale planting and in open places. 3. However. Plow and harrow and rotofill the field. and soil organic matter. fertilizer recovery rate. At AVRDC. It tolerates soil pH of 4. thorough land preparation is required to promote good growth and to minimize the cost of weeding.1. Water Management It is sensitive to drought. when germination is low. 4. seeds are judiciously broadcast and lightly covered with fine soil by passing a wooden harrow. therefore.3.
Choose a pesticide that targets the pest and avoid pesticides that kill beneficial organisms. Pest damage is usually less severe in plantings that are well fertilized and rotated with other crops. Pythium or Phytophthora spp. Drip irrigation or micro-sprinkler irrigation is recommended in areas with limited water supply. occurs in seedbeds. Insect pests may be managed by covering beds with fine-mesh nylon netting. Weed must not be allowed to crowd or overgrow the young plants. Pests and Disease Management The foliage and shoot tips of Saluyot or jute mallow are susceptible to damage by insects and spider mites. If sprinkler irrigation must be used.5. Thorough land preparation is essential.irrigated if wilting occurs in midday. well-drained soils. Damping-off caused by Rhizoctonia. follow instructions for time intervals between spraying and harvesting.) cause stunting of plants. Jute mallow. Pesticides are useful for controlling pests when they cause significant damage. Weed Management. and proper watering. Avoid over-irrigation since this leads to disease development and leaching of soil nutrients. Irrigate thoroughly to develop a deep. especially when direct-seeded. 5. 4. a wooden plow or cultivator is passed between the rows to hillup. Stem rot (Sclerotium rolfsii) is a . Choose pesticides that last only for a short period. Nematodes (Meloidogyne spp. These pathogens are managed through the use of raised beds. Good drainage is essential for plant survival and growth. which can help to suppress the growth of weeds. When plants are 20 to 25 cm tall. healthy root system. Only a few diseases affect jute mallow. To avoid exposing consumers to pesticide residues. avoid late evening irrigation to prevent foliar diseases. Provides drainage canals to facilitate quick drainage of excess water after heavy rains. is slow to establish and vulnerable to competition from weeds.
6. Whole plants (20 30 cm tall) are pulled from soil with roots. Its iron and calcium content necessarily aids a person in maintaining strong bones and teeth. just before pods develop. Harvesting It is harvested 30 60 days after planting. Stem rot is managed by deep plowing. New side shoots will develop and harvesting can be repeated three or four times. and keep the produce cool and shaded. Nutritional Value of Saluyot Although some dislikes the slimy character of saluyot. depending on variety. Plants may be harvested once or several times. Post-Harvest Handling It wilts rapidly. young leaves and shoots are picked every two to three weeks. and allowing ample time for breakdown of green manure before planting. Frequent harvesting delays flowering and prolongs the harvest period. Some varieties are sensitive to short daylength. Harvest during the cooler time of day. With multiple harvests. the vegetables can be kept fresh for some days by putting it into basin with the roots in the water and sold in bunches or by weight. its benefits are worth enduring the slimy character of this vegetable. 7. causing them to bloom prematurely. Jute mallow wilts rapidly after harvest. If uprooted. as the vegetable contains beta-carotene. washed and tied in bundles. such as early morning or late afternoon.common disease during the dry season. B. and a healthy count of red blood cells. common practice in markets and shops is to sprinkle with water to keep its fresh appearance. Once-over harvest is adapted for quick growing varieties. using raised beds. These varieties should be harvested 20 40 days after planting. Its vitamin content is good for eyesight. causing plants to wilt. . rotating crops.
Saluyot has an antioxidant activity of 77% or Au-tocopherol equivalent (vitamin E) of 48. QUICKFACTS: Saluyot Nutritive Value: (Boiled/100grams edibe portion) Nutrients Moisture (%) Food energy (cal.If you have a If you have a ½ cup boiled saluyot leaves (45g) for your lunch and dinner.5mg phosphorous. the cell may malfunction or die. they react easily with many chemicals inside the cells.3 g for fat. and these reactions can cause tremendous devastation to the delicate cellular control mechanisms. These cumulative cell damages are the cause of the common degenerative diseases such as arthritis. 0. heart and kidney ailments.1 g for carbohydrate. because health experts discovers . A (I. 87.) Protein (g) Calcium (mg) Iron (mg) Potassium (mg) Thiamine (mg) Niacin (mg) Boiled 80.3 g for protein. 0. 1. 0..4 for fiber.04 mg for riboflavin.4 84.6 12.6 266 366 11.7 2. you are assured with 20 kcal for energy.6 444 15 1. 22. and 10 mg for Vitamin C. Because they are so unstable.3 mg for niacin.0 7.390 28 95 C.0 mg for iron. 3. hardening of the arteries.9. These are the highly unstable by-products created by our body which uses oxygen. 1334Aug AY-carotene or 222Aug Retinol Equivalent(vitamin A).5 mg for calcium.1 43 58 4. Medicinal Health Benefits of Saluyot The free radicals are the main culprit in cell deterioration of our body.4 97 -122 12 6.5 Nutrients Fiber (g) Total Carbohydrates (g) Ash (g) Phosphorus Sodium (mg) Vit.3 mg for calcium.4 2. 22.334 for beta carotene. 1.U) Riboflavin (mg) Ascorbic Acid (mg) Boiled 1. 0. 1.5 5.02 for thiamin. When those mechanisms are destroyed. 0. But worry no more.
Tea made from the dried leaves is used for curing dysentery and as a tonic for children with coughs or simple decoction out of dried leaves is good to fight dysenteria. holds infertility at bay. dysentery. 2. . It is also the most famous antioxidant and its countless benefits are well-known. and lowers the risk of asthma. Dried saluyot leaves can be made into a tea believed to cure headaches. It also contains a high percentage of calcium which contributes to strong teeth and bones. and increases stamina. Other Medicinal Uses of Saluyot or jute are as follows: 1. It also contains Vitamin C or ascorbic acid which improves circulation. healing and the production of connective tissue. cancer. 3. The vegetable also assures safety of intake even for pregnant mothers. Natural jute or saluyot also contains Vitamin E which slows down the aches and pains associated with aging. diabetes and heart disease. The leaves are also used for curing any disorder of the liver. It is very essential to function of blood vessels. stomach pain and ulcer. while the use of the fruits in treating inflammation and abscesses (boil/swelling) and as a laxative. Eating natural saluyot or jute regularly helps control blood pressure & cholesterol. The leaves are very effective in curing headaches.and recommends Saluyot as part of the dietary food which can eradicate the abovementioned diseases. Saluyot contains Vitamin A which aids in repairing the body's cells and improves eyesight. stomach aches and ulcers. helps lower the risk of cataracts and other eye disorders.
Local/Common Recipes . 5. For instance. Seeds in Nigeria as purgative D. M loukhia popular in Egypt. Fruit can cure inflamation Internationally claim medicinal uses of Saluyot or Jute 1. Root scrapings used in Kenya to treat toothaches 2. The longer it is boiled or fried. Since it can be found easily. An infusion from the leaves is Tanzania against constipation 5. Oil from seed can also cure diseases and oils extracted from jute leaves are effective to heal skin diseases.4. the more sticky it gets. Culinary uses of Saluyot. so do not let it stew for too long. b. Because the saluyot or jute plant is by nature a vegetable. It can be steamed and pureed. there are a lot of local viands and/or dishes that use saluyot as an ingredient. it is easy to prepare and can be incorporated to various dishes that would allow individuals to benefit from its vitamins and mineral content. the Ilocanos use saluyot in their preparation of dinengdeng and bulangbulang. Molohiya Japan 2. Leafy twigs in Congo againts heart troubles 4. especially with Jews c. Common International Recipes 1. Fried saluyot are also mixed with sautéed bamboo shoots and dried beans or stir-fried and eaten with rice noddles. can also be added to any soup you make: chicken. Root decoction as tonic 3. beans. pumpkin and so on.
Dinengdeng 2. We have weaved 80 percent polyester with 20 percent spinned saluyot fibers to make smooth fabrics. the mix can go as high as 40 percent saluyot that has been treated to make fiber. b. Bas-uy 3. earth friendly fabric. juices and coffee forms. capsules. Vanity and well-ness anti-aging benefits due to the high content of anti-oxidant in the form of Vitamin E. Used as Fabric Saluyot is now an internationally known Philippines agricultural crop for its premium.1. PTRI Director Carlos Tomboc said in a statement. wrinkle buster. Other important uses of Saluyot a. Ginataang Saluyot with dabong (For recipes and photos pls refer to Appendices A and B) E. infuse with other health boosting fruits and vegetables in tablet. The plant. with its fiber made a debut on the fashion ramp last year when unveiled by the Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) during a conference in celebration of the United Nation s Food and Agriculture Organization s (FAO) International Year of Natural Fibers. . used as facial mask like Cleopatra s secret of beauty. food supplement.
non-wovens. Jute. technical textiles. apparel. While jute is being replaced by synthetic materials in many of these uses. geotextiles. Synthetics are not suitable in some cases. Saluyot stems soaked in water for about three weeks yield at least five percent fibers that passed textile tests for fineness. and the construction fabric manufacturing industry. and composites. sackings. hessian cloth. is used worldwide in sackcloth. For example certain planting containers for young trees planted directly without disturbing the roots. high performance textiles. Tomboc said. and geotextiles against soil erosion . . home textiles. It can be used in curtains. he added. One of nature s strongest vegetable fibers. area rugs. table runners and linens. Geotextiles. Sackcloth makes up the bulk of manufactured products but it is now made into floor coverings. chair coverings. 1. carpets. tensile strength. India produces 60 percent of the world s jute. Other uses include espadrilles. saluyot may also be weaved with cotton and is ideal for curtains and drapes. with Bangladesh accounting for most of the rest. wrapping fabrics (cotton bale). and fashion accessories. jute composites. beddings. carpets. handicrafts. and residual gum properties. ropes. and backing for linoleum. jute is still valuable due to its biodegradable nature. it is second only to cotton in terms of production quantity and range of uses. chemical products. the strong threads made from jute fiber. Core uses: twine and rope. floor coverings. as well as burlaps for nets. paper pulp.To make an all-natural blend. and land restoration cloth to prevent erosion while natural vegetation grows are two good uses.
jute or jews mallow is an all-in-one vegetable which means that it contains almost all nutriet our body needed.CHAPTER III Conclusion and Recommendation Conclusion Indeed Saluyot. It is a good source of vitamins and minerals and .
neither borrow some extra cash in case you are out of budget. Its medicinal uses are countless.com/article/289553-normal-persons-diet/ Microsoft® Encarta® 2009.livestrong. In terms of its culinary significance the saluyot is sumptuous. Whether Cleopatra s beauty was maintained due to jute or not. Its uses for vanity is mystical. As the trend go local. its not only the Asians and African who would benefit from it but instead. it would be beneficial to our body. http://en. Imagine your paracetamol is just a few steps in your back door. you dont need to rush in the pharmacy to buy it. Whether grown naturally or cultivated. the whole world since its being manufactured in the form of noodles. REFERENCES: http://www.org/wiki/Vanity . it remains a mystery. tea. All rights reserved. The term sustainability doesn t freed Saluyot as it becomes one of the leading sources for fabric used. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. coffee and capsules. Being tag as wow-vegetable is synonymous to an all-in-one food. juices. it is not harmful to our environment and it can easily grow in a tropical country like the Philippines.anti-oxidants that is beneficial in maintaining our health. One cup a day is enough to support the nutritional requirement of a normal person. Which means if included in our daily diet. Recommendation The significance of saluyot or jute in nutrition is higly recommended to be part in our daily food intake. With the surprising recipes around the world its apparently a good source of nutrients.wikipedia.
net/inquireropinion/talkofthetown/view/20100724-282969/Malnutritionamong-Filipino-kids-up APPENDICES A INTERNATIONAL JUTE (SALUYOT) RECIPES M'loukhia (Green Soup) .inquirer.http://opinion.
Prepare a conventional duck broth with meat. or until golden. ground (see note: bel. adding as much rice as wanted to soup bowl.Y. Stir-fry seasoning.600 Recipes Created in Exotic Sephardic Kitchens from Morocco to India -. VARIATION: You may substitute a 4-1/2 pound duck for chicken used in making broth. Pileggi http://www. Simmer for 10 minutes. Refrigerate overnight and remove congealed fat. stirring frequently. Remove as much skin and fat as possible since American duck are very fat. 2. Inc. peeled and ground 1 tablespoon ground coriander 8 cup homemade chicken broth 1 1/2 cup powdered m'loukhia. heat oil and stir-fry garlic and coriander over moderate heat for 1 to 2 minutes.tropical-recipes..Copyright 1992 Published by Donald I. Fine. Add the m'loukhia. if desired.com/africa/R27. New York. In a pan. Serve hot with white rice. salt. N. or 1 cup fresh leaves. Prepare and serve the m'loukhia as above. In a skillet. bring chicken broth to a boil over moderate heat.php Molehiya (Molohiya Japan) Good for 4 people Ingredients .Ingredients 1 tablespoon corn oil 1 small head (6 cloves) garlic. Recipe: "Sephardic Cooking" by Copeland Mark -. D. and chili. ow) 1 teaspoon salt 1 whole fresh hot red chili (opt) Procedure 1.
Jew s Mallow & Cardamom-Infused Chicken over Rice (Arabian Style) Prep: 30 minutes Cook: 60 minutes Serves: 6 servings .php Mloukhieh . To this add the chopped garlic cloves and the chopped onion and the peeled and diced tomatoes. the chicken cube and salt to taste. allow another 20 minutes for it to be ready for service. http://www.northcyprusonline. After this process add the drained molehiya leaves. Lock the lid of the cooker and after the sound of the first whistle. Before closing the lid of the pressure cooker cover the ingredients with adequate amount of water. Next use a strainer to drain the leaves by squeezing the water out of them.* About six hands full o f dried molehiya (may also use fresh leaves if desired) * 1 glass of lemon juice * 6 tablespoons of olive oil * 1 onion * 12 cloves of garlic * 3 tomatoes * 500gr of chicken pieces (you can use meat as well) * 4 glasses of water (enough to cover all the ingredients) * 2 tablespoons of tomato paste * 0. In the meantime saute the chicken pieces in the pressure cooker with the olive oil.5 teaspoon of hot chilly paste * 1 chicken cube Preparation Place the molehiya leaves in a pot with the required amount of cold water and bring the water to boil. the chilli and tomato paste.com/North-Cyprus-Online-Cousine-Main-Dishes-Molohiya. the lemon juice.
It s important that the broth is made in advance and ready for when we start to make the mloukhieh. halved 6 whole cardamom seeds 1 cinnamon stick 2 bay leaves 1 onion. smashed 1 whole nutmeg salt and pepper to taste cover with water. finely chopped 4 large shallots. add . If using frozen. halved 1 garlic clove.For the Mloukhieh 2kg Jew s Mallow. un-separated Rice Use basmati rice and cook according to instructions on package Procedure Use the broth from the chicken and add it to the mloukhieh. chopped. So. pounded (add a bit of salt before pounding) 1 teaspoon sweet pepper Salt to taste olive oil Cardamom-infused Chicken 1kg chicken breast. thaw first 1/2kg coriander. finely diced 9 cloves of garlic.about 1 liter Vinegar Dressing 1 red onion. in a deep pot. finely diced Apple vinegar-enough to cover Crispy Bread 2 loaves of Arabic bread. fresh or frozen.
cook rice according to the package instructions. cover with water and bring to a boil. then the chicken. Add the pounded garlic. about 2-3 tablespoons worth. It s important not to let it boil. layer the mloukhieh. And also. prepare the onion vinaigrette. then add the coriander and stir well Strain-in the chicken broth. since it can coagulate. you can prepare the ingredients for the mloukhieh. so don t worry if it looks too runny in the beginning. Mloukhiyeh has natural thickening agents. Add the chopped mloukhieh (Jew s Mallow) leaves Stir well and cover. In a deep. Cook for 10 minutes on medium-low heat and do not let it come to a boil. Reduce flame and let cook for 40 minutes or till the chicken is cooked.dirtykitchensecrets. add some bread crumbs and drizzle with the onion vinaigrette http://www. Once the olive oil is hot add the diced onions Cook the shallots for 2-3 minutes or till soft and translucent. making it inedible. thick bottomed pot. Also. While the chicken is cooking. And add salt.chicken and all the spices. On a bed of rice. we can make the Arabic bread crumbs. Add the sweet pepper and stir. While the mloukhieh is cooking. add some olive oil. Cook for a minute or so.com/mloukhieh/ Jute Mallow Leaves and Chicken Stew .
chopped (one bunch) 1/4 cup onion. Once all wilted. Add salt and pepper and the pulled chicken and let simmer for 10 minutes on low heat. bring to a boil. minced (7-10 cloves) 1/4 cup lemon juice 3 tbsp olive oil 1 jalapeno.petitchef. pick the leaves off the stems and roughly chop them. jalapeno and garlic and saute in the pot with the tablespoons of olive oil. diced 6 cups chicken stock 1 cup of pulled chicken or half a chicken (cooked) 2 tsp sea salt (adjust to taste) 1 tsp freshly ground pepper Vinegar-marinated Onions 1 sweet onion. cover and let simmer for 40 minutes. so stay with the rough chop. Stir them in the stock to submerge them. Finely dice the onion. place all ingredients in the water. Set aside the chopped leaves. They wilt like spinach. Finely chop the cilantro and add to the pot. For the chicken stock. they will become stringy. Serve with steamed rice and vinegar-marinated onions with the vinegar (about 2 tablespoon per plate). add the chicken stock and start adding the mallow leaves a handful at a time. alternating with the lemon juice until all the leaves are in. diced (half an onion) 2 tbsp garlic. Turn off heat and let cool before working on the chicken. If they're chopped finely.Ingredients 300 oz jute mallow leaves (about 4 bunches) 1 cup cilantro. http://en.com/recipes/jute-mallow-leaves-and-chicken-stew-fid-544445 Jew's Mallow with Chicken (Lebanese Style) . You will need about four bunches to make enough to serve four. finely diced 1 cup apple cider vinegar (Bragg) pinch of salt Chicken Stock 1 half chicken (use a whole chicken if preferred) 6 cups water 2 bay leaves 5 cardamom pods Generous pinch of salt To prepare for this stew.
Salt to taste. Wash the Jew's Mallow leaves and spread them on a big cloth to dry. Bone the chicken and strain the broth. bones and onion. Add 10 cups of water and bring to the boil. Sauté the crushed garlic with the dried and fresh coriander in the ghee or butter. Put the strained broth over medium heat in a pot with the stewing meat. LOCAL RECIPES . the garlic and coriander. peeled 1 onion 1/2 teaspoon each pepper. Stir the ingredients until they become soft. cinnamon 2 tablespoons lemon juice Procedure Draw. Place the chicken pieces in a pot with the stewing meat.Melokhiyya Masriyyah Serves 7 persons Ingredients 1lb (1/2 kg) Jew's mallow leaves 2lb (1 kg) chicken 10 cups water 1lb (1/2 kg) stewing meat with bones 1 tablespoon salt 1 ½ cups coriander. This dish is eaten with cooked rice along with one minced onion mixed in a cup of vinegar. lemon juice and the Jew's mallow leaves. Season. chop finely using a special knife. remove them from the broth. Allow to come to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Serve in a large platter garnished with the chicken pieces. chopped 1 tablespoon dried ground coriander 1/4 cup ghee or butter 3 garlic bulbs. When completely dry. singe. reduce the heat and cook for one hour. Remove the scum. Add the other half (uncrushed) to the meat and allow to cook in the pot. Crush half the amount of garlic cloves with the dried coriander. When the meat and chicken are well done. clean and cut the chicken into pieces.
Season with salt and pepper.ph/recipe/Ginataang-Saluyot-Leaves-with-Labong Coconut milk adds a bit of sweetness to this dish. then stir and cook for another 5 minutes. thinly sliced 3 cloves garlic.yummy. . thinly sliced 1 cup oyster mushrooms 1 cup coconut milk 1 bunch saluyot leaves salt and pepper to taste Procedure 1 Boil water in a saucepan and add labong. Serves 4 Prep Time 10 minutes Cooking Time 25 minutes Ingredients 1 cup labong or bamboo shoots 1 small piece ginger. minced 1 small onion.Ginataang Saluyot Leaves with Labong http://www. while labong (bamboo shoots) gives it a textural crunch. then coconut milk. 2 Heat another saucepan and sauté ginger and garlic until fragrant. cook for about 10 minutes. Add onion and mushrooms. Add boiled labong and simmer for at least 5 minutes. 3 Add saluyot. Strain and set aside. Do not overcook saluyot so it won t have that slimy quality.
sliced very thin 2-3 Tbsp bagoong isda or harm ha (fine shrimp paste) 1 whole tomato. Add in mushrooms and mushroom water and let simmer for 15-20 minutes or until mushroom is soft. soaked in hot water and sliced thin--save 1 cup of the mushroom water 8 oz of lean pork. Serve with hot steamed rice. Procedure: Boil water with tomatoes.blogspot. garlic and onions until tomato and onions are soft. sliced very thin Dash cracked black pepper to taste Dash MSG to taste (optional) 1-2 Tbsp patis or fish sauce/nuoc mam 3 stalks baby bok choy. . Season with pepper and add more patis and or bagoong/harm ha for saltiness. bok choy leaves and continue simmering for 3 minutes. smashed and minced fine 1/2 round onion. sliced into thin wedges 6 cups saluyot or jute leaves 2-4 dried shiitake mushrooms. rinsed clean and cut into 2x2 pieces Marinade mixture for pork: 1 tsp tapioca starch 2 Tbsp soy sauce 2 Tbsp Shaoxing wine or whiskey 1/8 inch ginger grated fine mix well with pork for 20 minutes and set aside. Add marinated pork and cook for 3 minutes.com/2005/07/pork-dinengdeng-with-saluyot. Add bagoong sauce.html Ingredients: 2-3 cups water 1 garlic clove. Add saluyot. Pork should be cooked through and broth should taste rich and meaty.Pork Dinengdeng with Saluyot Serves 4 http://kaukautime.
Serve hot! http://www. Let stand for 3 minutes.html . sliced 1 cup jute leaves (saluyot) 1 root ginger. Cook until vegetables are done. sliced 2 large tomatoes.myfilipinorecipes. then add vegetables.Dinengdeng ng Ilocano Ingredients: 1 milk fish (bangus). and tomatoes. ginger. fried or grilled 1 cup string beans. crushed Bagoong isda 3 cups water Cooking Instructions: In a casserole. cut into 2" long 6 pieces okra 1 cup squash. Adjust seasoning according to taste. Remove the scum that rises on top of the liquid and then drop the milkfish. Season with bagoong and continue boiling for 5 minutes.com/vegetable/dinengdeng-ng-ilocano-recipe. cut in cubes 1 big ampalaya. cut in 2 rectangular lengths 1 onion. bring water to boil. Add onion. Simmer for 5 minutes.
http://foodtreatsandmore. Grilled fish superbly complements this dinengdeng recipe but since we do not have the luxury to grill.com/2009/08/inabrao-dinengdeng-saluyot-and-green. Add anchovy paste and cover for 2 minutes. thoroughly washed 1 small green papaya. Let boil until saluyot is cook.Inabrao (Dinengdeng) Saluyot and Green Papaya Recipe Ingredients: 2 medium bundles of saluyot leaves. Add green papaya. when half-cooked add the saluyot leaves and fish fillet. then follow with lemon juice. fried fish is the next best option.html .blogspot. peeled and sliced Fillet bits of fried fish 1/4 cup anchovy sauce (increase if desired) Kalamansi (citrus) or lemon Water Cooking Instructions: Fill a pot with half liter of water and bring to boil.
Add inlabong. remove all scams that rises.net/2009/02/dinengdeng-labong-saluyot-at-sigarillas. bagoong isda 2 medium size tomato. parboiled 2 bundle saluyot leaves. trimmed. cut into wedges 2 pcs. Top with grilled fish and keep covered for a minute. quartered 1 small size onion.overseaspinoycooking. Season with salt if required.Dinengdeng. http://www. sliced. onion and tomato. Labong. grilled alumahan or any other fish 4 tsp. coarsely cut crosswise 2 bundle sigarillas. labong. Add in saluyotand sigarillas cook for another 3 to 5 minutes or until vegetables are just cooked. Serve hot.html . chopped salt Cooking Procedure: In a casserole bring to a boil 1 to 2 cups of water. Dilute bagoong na isda in 1 cup of water. strain in a sheave and pour in solution and simmer for 3 to 5 minutes. simmer for 3 to 5 minutes. Saluyot at Sigarillas 1/4 k.
com/casual-dining/fish-out-of-water/ . (UNFORTUNATELY THEY DONT GIVE THE RECIPE) Warm Saluyot Salad (PhP 245 per order) Warm Saluyot Salad comes with a Wild Berry Vinaigrette dressing (which you have to pour over).Warm Saluyot Salad @ Fish out of Water (also by Red Crab) is just one of the must-try restaurants at Greenbelt 5. This salad is highly recommended for those who are diet conscious because of the dressing for this salad). Serving size is good for 3 to 4 people.foodtrippings. http://www. The salad is actually meant for sharing.
APPENDICES B (PRODUCTS MADE OUT OF JUTE FABRICS) .
Jewelries out of Jute Wedge sandal and Handbags from Jute Fibers Threads and Kitchen Rugs from Jute Fibers .
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