My mouth waters every time I see Santol being peddled in the nearby talipapa (makeshift market?) A tumpok (a kilo?) can be bought for P10. I can finish four to six pieces in one sitting when they are sweet. Eating unripe fruits like Santol and Mango would not be complete without a condiment to go with it. I decided to cook alamang (very small shrimp). I bought P5 of alamang and one-fourth kilo of kamias for P5. It will serve as extender and replacement for vinegar. I sauteed a medium sized onion and several lobes of garlic. Add in kamias (cut in small pieces), alamang, sugar to taste, siling pang-sigang and siling labuyo to complete my version of Alamang. Yummy!
Bago to mommy sa akin hehehe… I also love Santol but I can’t swallow the seed hehehe…
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Talaga Onlinemommy, you brightened up my gloomy morning. maaga kasi nagising. hehe. Thank you. will visit your site maya unti.
Dati I used to swallow buto ng santol pero nung mapanood ko yung bad effects nito natakot na ako. Try mo din gumawa ng alamang na ganyan sarap. 😀
alam mo bang santol ang kinakain ko at this very moment hehe, basta matamis walang tatalo sa santol 🙂 ako naman pinapagawa kong kendi yung meat ng santol, binuburo muna ng mama ko sa salt then sugar tapos iluluto, ay panalo!:)
talaga sis. season kasi ang santol kaya matamis pero ang sabi palipas na ang santol season.
Penge naman! 🙂 Ang paggawa ng kendi mula sa sariwang prutas ang gusto kong matutunan. 🙂
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