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Kadyos Baboy Langka

"Kadyos, Baboy, Langka"
With the help of my fellow bloggers Lee and Jorp (http://flavoursofiloilo.blogspot.com/ finally I created (I made it sound like a master piece hehehe) KBL. I was in the Asian store first thing this morning. I was in a mission to look for kadyos, langka, kamote leaves and batuan. I did found langka and kamote leaves both frozen and from the Philippines but no batuan so as Lee's advise I used sampaloc powder. In regards to kadyos, I bought chinese dried red beans (balatong uyas). The meat I used pork leg (tiil panguna according to my husband)
After an hour of boiling the meat and the beans and all the time spent in the kitchen all was worth it. Thank's buddies I had the taste of a sumptious KBL!
P.S. I will cook this again for my mother who will be visiting this Christmas from Northern California. She will be so proud of me hahaha.

12 comments:

  1. YEHEY! Congrats gid sa imo Cecille! You did a great job in improvising KBL. Kanamit gid siguro ang imo nga gin luto kay it looked good in pix (great presentation). Ti, pa-impress ka gid kay nanay mo sa Disyembre ha!

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  2. Thank's gid Lee, imagine me concentrating gid while cooking. I don't want to mess it up specially the presentation hahaha

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  3. Baw, gin pangabudlayan mo gid ang imo nga first KBL ba! With all your heart and mind and sacrifices (kudog-kudog ka na sa gutom)para lang maging-successful ang imo luto. Wow! I'm proud for you, Cecilia! Keep it up...

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  4. SUCCESS!!! i'm not surprised, cecil--you are a quick learner. may aptitude gid ikaw sa cooking. what a lucky household!

    now, i have to get busy with my own KBL debut..hubby loved that sa isa ka party diri few months ago. the only one nga gin ''bring home'' ya.

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  5. WOW! And I instantly craved for KBL now. at least now you know how to make one and Im sure it'll became part of special occasions or just usual meals.

    like we know, if there's a will there's away.gret job!!!!

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  6. cant help but post again! kanamit gid bisan sa picture lang sang ginluto mo.hehehe

    mas nami gid man ang PATA FRONT kay softer sya sa PATA HIND. dira abi sa back legs sang pig concentrated "weight" nya so mas matig-a kaayo.bisan sa mga groceries mas mahal ang front.

    daw ginagutom ako now.

    great job again..

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  7. Ti, na-challenge gid si Sister Nats! Let's watch her KBL debut coming soon! Good Luck gid Nats!

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  8. cge let's wait for NAT'S KBL

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  9. whoa---"KBL Throwdown" as in Throwdown with Bobby Flay??? ok, hapit ko karon pinoy store kag mangumpra...hehehe

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  10. Natie, before you know it you will be posting ur ulam sa blog site mo hehehe

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  11. If you can't find kadyós/pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) in Asian grocery stores, you could try looking for kadyós in Hispanic grocery stores. The beige variety of dried kadyós seeds is sold in Hispanic grocery stores péro kadyós pa gid ang sabór. In Spanish, kadyós is known as "gandúles".

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  12. This is a brand (Goya) of the dried beige variety of kadyós (pigeon pea) sold in the Hispanic grocery store: http://foodies.blogs.starnewsonline.com/files/2014/02/0212foodies1ps-565x422.jpg. It's delicious for making KBL.

    Thank you.

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