Ginisang Munggo refers to a Filipino dish of sauteed mung beans. The mung beans are boiled and then sauteed with tomatoes, onions and garlic. Additional vegetables are added towards the end of cooking like sliced eggplants, sweet potato leaves or ampalaya leaves. In other parts of Luzon Island, like in Laguna, they also add glass noodles.

Related Articles

Ginisa/Guinisa ■■■■■■■■■■
Ginisa/Guinisa: Ginisa or Guinisa refers to any vegetable, meat or fish which is "sauteed" or "stir-fried". . . . Read More
Ginisang Gulay ■■■■■■■■■
Ginisang Gulay in the food context refers to a Filipino dish consisting of sautéed vegetables. It is . . . Read More
Sitaw ■■■■■■■■
Sitaw is a Filipino word for String Beans. It is also sometimes also called Long Beans. Sitaw is one . . . Read More
Ginisang Ampalaya ■■■■■■■
Ginisang Ampalaya in the food context refers to a traditional Filipino dish made from sautéed bitter . . . Read More
Giniling na Munggo ■■■■■■■
Giniling na Munggo in the food context refers to a Filipino dish made from ground or mashed mung beans . . . Read More
Imam Bayildi ■■■■■■■
Imam Bayildi refers to a Turkish dish made of eggplant sauteed in olive oil, with tomatoes, garlic, parsley . . . Read More
Ginisang Labanos ■■■■■■
Ginisang Labanos in the food context refers to a Filipino dish consisting of sautéed white radish (labanos). . . . Read More
Sinigang ■■■■■■
Sinigang refers to Filipino method of cooking meats, fish or vegetables with sour fruit, like tamarind, . . . Read More
Toge ■■■■■■
Toge is a Filipino word for Mung Bean Sprouts. Toge is usually or often used in the Philippines as an . . . Read More
Vegetable ■■■■■■
Vegetable refers to any plant whose fruit, seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, leaves, or flower parts . . . Read More