Green Papaya Soup

GREEN PAPAYA SOUP is a hearty and rich vegetable Filipino home-cooked dish boiled with pork bones and some slices of camansi and string beans. Secret to this recipe is to use authentic Pangasinan’s Boneless Bagoong to season the dish and lots of fresh ginger for pungent taste to blend in the soup. This is commonly served in Ilocandia Region where fresh and delicious vegetables come from.

GREEN PAPAYA SOUP

1 large green papaya, peeled, seeded and sliced thinly
handful of camansi slices
handful of string beans, cut into slices
300 grams pork bones or ribs
1 large ginger
3 cups water
2 tbsp. boneless bagoong

In a medium pot, simmer ginger and pork bones in water. When meat is tender, season with boneless bagoong. Then add papaya, camansi and string beans. Cook for about 7-10 minutes over medium heat or until they are tender. Remove from fire and serve with steaming white rice.

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