A special thanks to Tricia Noel for this fabulous Primed Laing recipe.
From Primed Patricia Noel
1st extraction from 2 grated coconuts (coco cream)
2nd extraction from 2 grated coconuts (coco milk)
Dried gabi leaves.
Chopped onion, garlic, ginger.
Salt and pepper, to taste
1. Place coconut milk in a pan and reduce until about half in volume. You can start seasoning mildly with salt and pepper at this point. When reduced, place dried gabi leaves together with chopped onion, garlic and ginger. Allow this to rehydrate the veggies. The dried gabi leaves should about double in size.
2. Right before taking this off the fire, add the coconut cream to make the laing richer. This should be about 1/2 to at most a cup of coconut cream, depending on how much gabi leaves you have (of course you can add more coconut cream depending on your preferred consistency). Cook the coconut cream for about 3 minutes or until the laing thickens up.
Optional: – add siling labuyo (bird’s eye chilli) before serving for heat – add cooked, peeled and deveined shrimp after adding coconut cream (because we love our DHA) – I imagine it might be good to add lemongrass to the coconut milk as well together with the onion, garlic and ginger. I’d try making this without the lemongrass first though. I like simple, clean flavors.
We get our dried gabi leaves from the Centris sunday market in Quezon City
Some of the other amazing dishes prepared by talented Chef Tricia.
Tricia’s Primed Muffins are nothing short of amazing. When my daughter Lauren eats them all she can say is mmmmm. mmmmm. She loves them Me too.
Primed Muffins made with the best ingredients with skill & love by Primed Tricia. For potential orders email Tricia here: email@example.com or go via my Facebook for Patricia Noel. They are seriously delicious.
Cheers Patricia Noel. 🙂
No sugar high then crash for my darling Christian.
Tricia’s beautiful daughter Julianna is slowly adjusting to her new Primed Lifestyle. The key to her success will be her Mum and Grandmother thriving with the Primed lifestyle themselves, understanding its importance to Julianna’s brain and body development and ensuring they crowd out the bad stuff with optimal nutrition.