If you’re a breastfeeding mom, you’ve probably turned to malunggay to boost your milk supply. Not only is it a natural galactagogue, it’s also been called a “miracle vegetable” because it is packed with nutrients as well as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
The best part is that it can be easily added to any dish without affecting the taste, so it’s a secret ingredient you can easily add to your children’s meals to make it more nutritious.
Tasty meals you can make with malunggay
If you want variety from the usual chicken tinola with malunggay, these recipes from Yummy.ph could make a great addition to your repertoire of malunggay dishes.
Malunggay cashew pesto
Impress your family with this Filipinized pesto recipe that you can use as a pasta sauce, dip or spread. A tip from Yummy: Use young malunggay leaves because older ones tend to be bitter.