Ampalaya with Shrimps

A Filipino dish mostly served with fried fish.
I don’t normally eat ampalaya but wanted to give it a try!

2 pcs. Ampalaya (5″ long ea.)
250 gms. Shrimps (peeled and beheaded)
1 pc. Tomato (sliced)
4 cloves Garlic (chopped)
1/2 pc. Onion (sliced)
1 cube Maggi Vegetable Stock
1 pc. Egg (beaten)
Pepper and Fish Sauce to taste

1. Saute the garlic until slightly brown. Put the onion.

2. Add the shrimps and stir for like 5 minutes. Add the tomato.

3. Put the maggi cube. Keep on stirring.

4. Now add the ampalaya till it’s half-cooked.

5. Add pepper and fish sauce to taste.

6. Pour the beaten egg and scramble it slowly.

7. Cover for 5 minutes. Then serve. 😉

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