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Okoy With Kalabasa Recipe

Make your kalabasa crispy and crunchy.
Crispy and crunchy, this vegetable fritter recipe is made different from your usual okoy (also spelled as ukoy). Carrots are still in the mix and so are the shrimp. What makes this unique is its slivers of kalabasa or squash instead of the usual togue or ...

Okoy Recipe (Tagalog Version)

Naghahanap ka ba ng bagong luto sa hipon? Okoy ang sagot; madaling ihanda, madali pang hanapin ang rekado.
Ang Okoy (ukoy) ay isang pampagana na madali at mabilis ihanda. Kailangan lang ng ilang rekado na madali namang makita sa palengke o sa supermarket. Ang ilan sa mga sangkap na ito: hipon, cornstarch, at paminta. Ang nagawang batter ay iluluto sa ...

Here's How to Make Sure Your Okoy is Always Super Crunchy

Here's how your okoy will remain crisp and crunchy every time.
Okoy is a deep-fried shrimp-and-veggie fritter. The best kind is one that looks like it has an amazing crunch, is crispy with its light, batter-coated veggies and shrimp just waiting to be dipped into some spicy suka.Make sure you don't end up ...

WATCH: How to Make Okoy

This popular deep-fried Filipino snack is made of shrimp and vegetables.
Okoy (also spelled ukoy) is a savory Filipino snack made with fresh shrimp. The shrimp is coated in a light batter, along with thinly sliced vegetables, and deep-fried until crispy. This okoy recipe uses fresh shrimp, but dried shrimp or hibe is a ...

Okoy Recipe

A simple appetizer made with shrimp and deep-fried until crispy.
Okoy (also spelled as ukoy) is a Filipino appetizer that is simple and easy to make. It requires only a few ingredients, which you could find at your local supermarket. Some of these ingredients include: shrimp, cornstarch, and peppercorn. The batter made ...
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