Crispy Kangkong Recipe

Kangkong is a semi-aquatic plant mostly found in the tropics and cultivated as food for its tender shoots and leaves. You’ve tried it in sinigang, adobo, and even in bagoong. Want a new way to trick your kids into eating a veggie? Make it crispy and irresistible!

Fried with breading and seasoning, this dish will surely make lunch or dinner fun for your family. Or if you want a healthy snack, you can eat this like chips. Try this quick and easy Crispy Kangkong recipe now!

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4 bunches kangkong leaves, cleaned & stems removed
1 cup flour
3 cups corn starch
1 pc boiled egg, grated medium
Salt to taste
1 1/2 cup water
5 cups cooking oil

crispy kangkong Procedure:

1. Clean kangkong leaves and remove the stems. Set aside.
2. Make a batter mixture by combining water, cornstarch, flour, salt & egg. Mix until smooth in consistency.
3. Heat a pan then put oil. Dip kangkong leaves one by one in batter mixture & deep-fry until crispy in medium heat.
4. Put fried leaves on a plate lined with table tissue to drain oil from the leaves.
5. Serve with catsup or sauce on the side. Enjoy!