Dried gabi leaves, cut into pieces (you may include the stems if you want but make sure to separate it from the leaves when drying)
3 coconut milk
1 coconut water
Cubed pork (optional)
Tinapa into pieces (optional)
Salt and fresh chili to taste

1) Saute cubed pork with ginger and garlic. Wait until the oil from the pork comes out.
2) Put the dried and washed gabi leaves onto the pan, then pour the coconut milk. Let it boil and then add the coconut water.
3) Add the tinapa pieces, chili and salt and let it boil until the coconut water/milk evaporates.

It is best matched with Fried Tinapa or Adobong Bicol.

Tinapa and Sapsap

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