Friday, March 11, 2011

Chayote Tops and Salted Eggs Salad

I found this recipe in Food Magazine (April Issue last year) and I made a twist, since I don't like vinegar in my salad. Instead of blanching, I steamed the chayote tops.
Here's the recipe:
1 bundle chayote (sayote) tops
2 salted eggs
olive oil
balsamic vinegar (optional)
1 big tomato

Cut off the tough lower half of the chayote tops. Steam for few minutes. Set aside.
In a bowl, combine salted eggs and tomato with 1 tablespoon olive oil.
Place a small amount of the chayote tops . Pour the mix salted eggs and tomato on top.


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Happy Friday!


20 comments:

Lyndsey said...

This looks so interesting! I have never seen chayote tops before, they look like squash leaves. I do enjoy chayote with eggs. Beautiful photo.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I love chayote but have never seen tops before. I am hoping to grow them in my garden so then I can get my own tops! Diane

Guiltless Grub said...

Beautiful post here Lani, love this one...just thinking where I could get those chayote tops.

Foodamn said...

nice image you have, "sayote" in Filipino, I haven't tasted the tops yet. Gotta ask my Ilocano in-laws if they had one before.

maiylah said...

i tasted sayote tops when a neighbor introduced me to them (sayote was growing wild between our backyards back then but i only picked the vegetables)...loved it since then (though the tiny 'hairs' gets some getting used to). :)

chubskulit said...

Looks so good!

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Julie said...

looks yummy and healthy :)

Under My Fingertips said...

masarap yan! :)

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Cecile said...

yum; miss ko na tong sayote tops with matching itlog na pula...drooling right now!

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

Ngayon ko lang nalaman na gulay din pala ang usbong ng Sayote. :)

Cheerful said...

i never had sayote tops pero iyang ilog na maalat with kamatis, i love it...hope to try both soon! thanks for sharing. :) happy friday!

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anne said...

Interesting this really makes you so healthy. Mine is here

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MommyLES said...

healthy food i love it

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Pehpot said...

oh shucks!! ang sarap nito! namiss ko tuloy ang aking mother dear :)

Jenn said...

I love the sayote tops with oyster sauce... this I still haven't tried.

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gengen said...

Oh i miss the tops of chayote we ate that when i was in college...happy FTF!

The healthy zone said...

What a yummy food to eat...happy FF!

darly said...

hmm interesting, i didn't knoy chayote tops are edible. A must try indeed

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Cielo said...

I love the way you presented this sis...my Lola would always serve this and sorry kay Lola mas maganda ang presentation mo talaga sis...sarap kumain ng nakakamay nyan...


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