April 15, 2009

ABC Wed R4: the Letter "M"



M is for
Mustard Greens
Brassica Juncea




I admit i never tasted this one but local folks says that they serve this as: a green salad (yes, like lettuce); braised in soy sauce (like a Chinese dish); and added to our local dish called sinigang or sour stew.

Have a Great Wednesday to all of us :D

All photos herein are captured by Familia Khuletz using Canon Powershot A580 in a local market last 15th of January 2009

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9 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful shot! and I'm hungry! Thanks for sharing!

Life with Kaishon said...

It sounds good! I would like to try it : ).

Rinkly Rimes said...

'Sinigang' sounds like a word verification!

Pamposh Dhar said...

Wow, mustard leaves - never even knew mustard had leaves. (Sorry, I'm very much a city girl.) I'd like to try them braised in soy sauce - sounds good!
Btw, you pinoy? I'm not, but currently live in Manila, so sort of connected. :)

Tumblewords: said...

Looks good to me!

Babooshka said...

New to me, but does look apetizing and an inventive choice.

Dragonstar said...

Mustard greens - I've not tried them, but I'm told they're good with a mixed salad.

Photo Cache said...

I love mustard greens. I cook slice this up roughly. Slice bacon and render it, then add the mustard greens and raisin, then season to taste.

Other times, I add smoked ham hocks the same way the collard greens are cooked in the south.

Vicky said...

mustard greens, my mum likes to pickle it.

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