Ginataang Alimasag is one of the dishes from the Philippines made from Blue crab (Alimasag) and assorted vegetables, such as String beans (Sitaw), Eggplant (Talong) and Pumpkin or Squash (Kalabasa) sauteed with chopped onions and garlic and cooked with or simmered in Coconut milk (Gata), hence it is called Ginataan.

Please see the article on the List of the Philippines Cooking Methods in Filipino (Tagalog Dialect).

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