Posted by on Jun 23, 2019 in Appetizers | 21 comments

Crispy Spinach

Crispy Spinach
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How to cook Crispy Spinach the Panlasang Pinoy way. Visit us at http://panlasangpinoy.com

Crispy Spinach

How to cook Crispy Spinach the Panlasang Pinoy way. Visit us at http://panlasangpinoy.com

21 Responses to “Crispy Spinach”

  1. ztrifz says:

    Hahahahaha!!! Sweetie you’re funny! Di ba nagtatagalog naman siya ng
    maayos? Bakit kailangan mo magcaption?

  2. me[_varona says:

    Sarap…thank you sa mga videos mo @ panlasang pinoy…marami akong
    natutunan.

  3. psych0 says:

    Kasing-lasa ba ito nung Crispy Kangkong ng Mang Inasal?

  4. TGBIGAAE2 says:

    wow ginawa namin agad ang sarap talaga gusto naming lahat kaya siguradong
    lagi kaming gagawa mula ngayon , malutong na may sarap talaga kaya thanks
    sa inyong recipe tagumpay …….

  5. justviewing911 says:

    meron bang spinach dito sa atin sa Pilipinas? di ko kasi alam ang hitsura
    ng spinach, at ano sa tagalog ito? saluyot, kangkong, talbos ng kamote yun
    lang ang familiar ako. parang di ko naman kasi nakikita dito sa Cabanatuan
    ang spinach o dahil di ko lang talaga alam ang hitsura.

  6. oooohmysoooosexy says:

    @justviewing911 nung nasa Pilipinas pa ako, I don’t think nakakita ako ng
    spinach diyan.

  7. justviewing911 says:

    nag-research ako ng images ng spinach at iba-iba pala ang version nito, at
    nakita ko na meron dito sa atin. alugbati ang tawag dito sa atin at vine
    spinach yun at nakakain na ako ng alugbati.

  8. gele06 says:

    i actually do this with repolyo. masarap din 😛 dipping is kikoman..

  9. Renz Arcilla says:

    ULUL

  10. 4Timesdafunky says:

    Anong mali dun? lol

  11. mark lawrence tagle says:

    Pede po ba rin yan sa kangkong…

  12. Marylyn Kho says:

    ?….

  13. ladysylvanas says:

    pwde rin sa kangkong..yummy!

  14. arjay2002ph says:

    gawa ako nito pero tanggalin ko ung salt tas gamitin ko Olive Oil
    nagpapababa ako ng Blood Pressure eh. hahaha!

  15. Maryann Guiriba says:

    Alam ninyo ba l redd all your letters and we have one in common we like
    food hahahaha i’m hungry now so talk to you later l will try to cook na 

  16. andre deleon says:

    pasintabi na po sa inyung lahat peru hindi ku talaga matagalan ang boses ng
    tao sa video … yun lang ang dahilan kung bakit di aku nag ssubscribe dito
    …. ayoko ng “makati accent” gustu ko “manila accent” , parang ang arte
    kasi pagbigkas na lang ng “ATIN” gagawin pang “ATENNN”…

  17. Marissa Sloan says:

    This is for @SweeTMean13 and anybody else: I don’t like to pick a fight
    with anyone but just to clarify why some of us Filipinos speak in Taglish.
    It’s hard to speak Tagalog without including english words because our
    language first of all, is very limited. A lot of english words don’t have
    any tagalog translation. Second, and in my opinion, if you have to speak a
    second language, in this case english, you might as well say them like the
    way Americans do. I live in America and married to an American and a lot of
    times, my husband corrects my pronunciation not because he’s being critical
    but it’s hard for him to understand what I’m saying with my thick accent. 

  18. Josephine Arpon says:

    Arte magsalita..

    • Czar Season says:

      Kala mo lang, i guess ur not oriented how a posh filipino speaks. Mas
      maarte nga comment mo ehm.. hahaha. Peace

  19. andromeda gala del olmo says:

    gusto kasi ni SweeTMean13 “spinats” . lol

  20. Diana Jessica Zubiri de Lara says:

    hey have you tried dipping it in garlic mayo?