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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Fish Soup with kulitis


Sinabawan nga Isda nga may kulitis!

800ml water
2 piece tomatoes
1 onion, sliced
6 fried fishes
2 spoons fish sauce
pinch of salt and pepper
A bunch of kulitis

In a stock pot, put tomatoes and onion.
Bring to boil and let boil until tomatoes and onion are done.
Add fried fishes, fish sauce and salt and pepper.
Bring to boil and adjust taste.
Add the kulitis and cover.
Remove from fire.
Serve immediately.

More about kulitis more.

Kulitis is known in Philippine various dialects as tampala, uray, kuyapa or kujapa; internationally it is known as Chinese spinach and pig weed in the US. It is considered to be the highest tropical yielding leaf plant with excellent nutritional value.
The plant is rich in calcium, iron and vitamin A. The scientific name of kulitis is Amaranthus Spinosus L. Studies have shown that amaranths are good source of medicinal cure that can be beneficial to lactating mothers and use to treat patients with fever, hemorrhage, anemia and kidney complaints."