Senin, 25 Agustus 2014

Spicy Sauted Kangkung Gardener Style

 
Already imagined a yummy spicy sauted kangkung and delicious fried tempe ....mmmm ...   


Suddenly, eyes fixed on something.. Manding seeds or Huntersville (Leucaena glauca).


 Local people usually consume  green manding seeds  as raw vegetables, salad or 'bothok' ( manding seed mixed with grated coconut, garlic, chilli and seasoning). Dried manding seeds customarily used to make tempe and sprouts. 

And long story short, taraaaa ... ... ... ... ! Sauted kangkung, fried tempe and manding with spicy tomato sauce, yummy....


 
I place tomato seeds onto a towel paper, dry and keep it. The seeds are ready to be sown whenever I want, :)



I use kangkung stems to mulch the gladiolus, kitchen garbage is a good organic matter.  


6 komentar:

  1. I've not eaten this meal and it looks delicious! The tomato seeds are stored the same way in my home, it's interesting:)) I plant them in spring just with paper, no matter they raise well.
    Have a nice day!

    BalasHapus
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    1. Thank you, Nadezda.
      Yes they are delicious and simple to make, xi xi... .
      Have a nice day too...:)

      Hapus
  2. I agree with Nadezda, that looks like a delicious meal! All the better when it is from your own garden!
    I store my tomato seeds the same way, and actually just a few days ago I planted the first seeds for the season! I'll grow them inside on a windowsill for a few weeks and when they get big enough to go outside to the glasshouse the weather will hopefully have warmed up.
    Hope you're having a nice weekend Hari!

    BalasHapus
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    1. That is right, Ruth... :)
      Woww.. I am glad to hear you have planted your tomato seeds, hopefully the weather warm up and your tomatoes will grow well, :)

      Have a nice weekend too, Ruth...

      Hapus
  3. Sedapnya, jadi kangen makan botok.

    BalasHapus
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    1. Terima kasih Bu Endah, iya, bothok pethet enak ya

      Hapus