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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Winged beans for salads

There are more and more winged beans to pick. For the two of us, we don't need many. Three or four would be enough to spice up the appetite. Therefore neighbors are enjoying the winged beans as much as the gardener themselves .....


















Happy Gardening
~bangchik and kakdah

12 comments:

  1. It's quite weird, they look sort of like feathers!

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  2. ahhh! i love winged beans. my late father used to cooked dishes with it on it!

    sadly, i can only taste this whenever i am home, the philippines.

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  3. I don't think I have ever had these. They do look like mini feather dusters :)

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  4. Unusual beans. They must taste good, though, for you to eat them and give them away. Happy eating!

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  5. I was named after this very winged beans. And of course they are my favorite ulam.

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  6. BARRY.. weird indeed, but nice, and crunchy!

    SALITYPE.. You really have to get home more often, for a lovely winged beans dish!

    POETIC... the edges are thin and a little bit soft, but the central portion is much harder and definitely very crunchy!... Raw as salad or cooked, just the same, mouth watering....

    MARY DELLE... thanks, really..., how much can a person eat... and beans have their own production rate exceeding our small family consumption. Give away to neighbours just a natural thing to do...

    OCEAN GIRL.... You are giving a clue about your name. Winged beans are popularly known as kacang kelisa or kacang botol in some part of the country. If Lisa is your name, then your mom and dad had chosen a sweet and lovely name indeed.... it cannot be botol!.. hehe.

    Cheers,
    ~bangchik and kakdah
    Putrajaya, MALAYSIA

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  7. How nice and fresh! I like winged bean. Go best with some sambal belacan. Yummy! Happy feasting!

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  8. STEPHANIE... yea, you match the two well, kacang kelisa and sambal belacan!!... when the beans are fresh, the sound is krupp... kruppp... kruppp, and that is crunchy! ~bangchik

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  9. Yes, me too. Winged bean stir fried with sambal belancan is my favourite too. OOooh, I am hungry once again.

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  10. BELLE... haha, winged beans will never fly, but they will undoubtedly end up in hungry tummy!! ~bangchik

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  11. Those are neat looking beans. I am glad you have neighbors to share your bounty with. :)

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  12. JESSICA.... thanks, so far so good. They are nice neighbors, gladly accepting offers from the garden.
    ~bangchik

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