Sinuam na mais at hipon

Sinuam na mais at hipon

My kids are difficult to please so I rarely experiment with new dish in the kitchen. But last week, I was able to cook a dish that earned two thumbs up from my picky eaters. They love this dish called sinuam na mais at hipon. It’s a creamy combination of corn kernels, shrimp and malunggay leaves. The ingredients are simple and the procedure are easy to follow.


Garlic (chopped), onion, grated corn, shrimp, malunggay leaves, 2 to 3 cups of water, oil, salt, pepper


Saute garlic and onion. Add shrimp and grated corn. Add water and let it simmer for a few minutes before adding malunggay leaves. Season to taste.

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