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RECIPE: Halang-Halang

Halang- Halang is a beloved Visayan staple of chicken, coconut milk and turmeric. Chef Sandee Siytangco-Masigan of XO46 Heritage Bistro conducted a cooking demo at The Maya Kitchen. 


Ingredients: 

50 grams white onion
25 grams garlic, crushed 
50 grams fresh luyang dilaw
200 grams bamboo shoots or labonf 
1/2 kg chicken thigh fillet 
75 grams red/green bell pepper 
2 pcs red siling labuyo, chopped 
20 grams basil 
250 ml coconut milk
salt and pepper, to taste 

Procedure: 

Saute onion, garlic and turmeric. Add labong, chicken, bell pepper and siling labuyo. Add basil and coconut milk. Simmer for 15 minutes. Add salt and pepper. 

Serves 4 pax 








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