This gives off a roasted, smoky flavor perfectly balanced out by the aroma of ginger and lemongrass.
Known as Laing among Manileños, it's called Natung in Legaspi and Apay in Daraga. It cooks in just 30 minutes!
This dish is named so because it's so spicy that once you taste it, you'll be running faster than the local train of the same name.
This Bicolano dish is actually laing with added kanduli, and wrapped in taro leaves.
Recipe shortcut: Buy ready-made green, yellow or massaman curry paste to skip the spice paste prep altogether.
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