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Pallang is a Philippine vegetable known in English as winged beans or asparagus beans. Pallang (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) is just one versatile vegetables found in the Philippines which can be prepared in various ways. It is one of the vegetables used to make a vegetable stew called Pinakbet and the soupy Dinengdeng. It can be cut into Bite size pieces and sauteed with chopped onions, garlic and tomatoes with some meat and shrimps.

Pallang has been named "winged bean" because it looks like a thicker kind of string beans with a small wing-like edges protruding out lengthwise along the outer edge of the green bean.

Pallang is known as Sigarilyas in Tagalog, and sometimes spelled Pal-Lang

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