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Sauteed squash with odong


     pork meat (and/or tofu)
     beef broth cube

1. Chop onion, garlic, meat (and/or tofu), squash and celery.
2. Put tofu in heated saucepan, add little salt and fry in low heat.
3. If tofu is already light brown, you can now sautee garlic until it turns light brown.
4. Add onion and pork meat. Let it stand for 5 minutes until the meat is half-cooked.
5. Add squash. Mix several times to evenly distribute the ingredients in the pan.
6. Add two cups of water. Cover the pan and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
7. Put the broth cube to add flavor. Let it simmer for 10 minutes.
8. Mix several times.
9. Wait until the squash is cooked. Celery can now be added.
10. Let it simmer for 3 minutes.
11. Serve hot.

This dish is very simple and easy to cook. A beginner can also do it well. It is best served for lunch and paired with fried fish. By the way, odong is not a popular kind of noodle in the Philippines. It can be mainly bought in supermarkets in Mindanao. It has a unique packaging and can be mistaken as misua.