Reader Recipe Of The Week: Adobong Kangkong With Tausi

Here's an easy way to add flavors to this easy veggie dish.

IMAGE Cheftopher

According to reader Cheftopher, the addition of tausi (or fermented black beans) add a layer of umami to the usual flavors in adobong kangkong. This easy-to-make dish is usually made with an adobo sauce with the usual adobo staples: soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and black peppercorns. Liempo or any kind of pork cut gives this vegetable dish extra heft, texture, and flavors. By adding tausi, you add a boost of umami. Make sure not to put too much tausi, though. It has bold salty flavors that may overwhelm the who dish.

Here's the recipe:

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