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Pork Ginataan with Squash and String beans

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Ingredients

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1/2 Kg Pork Meat
1/2 of medium size Squash
1/2 cup String beans
2 Cups Coconut Milk You can also use 1 1/2 pack of Knorr ginataang gulay Powder
4 Cloves - Minced Garlic
1 - Sliced Onion
2 Tablespoon Coconut oil
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
To taste Iodized Salt
1 - 2 Teaspoon Shrimp paste

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Pork Ginataan with Squash and String beans

Easy to prepare, few ingredients needed, easy to make adjustments for your preferences and most specially this dish is flavourful and would definitely give you the satisfaction if you want a healthy meal but still cannot give up meat! 

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    My husband loves it’s creaminess so sometimes I overcook the squash on purpose, and if you love spicy version of this, feel free to add sili! But what I did is, I chose the spicy variant of shrimp paste so it’s not going to be too spicy but still has that kick.

    Enjoy cooking!!

    To prepare:

    1. Slice the Squash into cubes, wash then set aside
    2. Slice the string beans around 2 inches, wash and set aside
    3. Prepare coconut milk into a bowl
    4. Cut pork into cubes or to your preferred size, wash and set aside
    5. Chop garlic and onion
    6. Prepare other Ingredients

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Steps

    1
    Done

    In a cooking pan, heat 2 tablespoons of coconut oil. Sauté Onion followed by garlic

    2
    Done

    Add pork, season with salt and ground black pepper. Cook until colour turns light brown

    3
    Done

    Pour coconut milk, let it boil until pork gets tender

    4
    Done

    Add Squash and String beans, stir. Cover and cook for 10 minutes - then add Shrimp paste. Taste (you may add a little salt or pepper depending on your preference)

    5
    Done

    Tadah!! Ready to serve! Hope you like it!

    Disclaimer: We put a lot of coconut milk as we love overflowing soup haha! Also overcooked the vegetables as we prefer it that way :)

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