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Filipino Mung Bean Porridge

A traditional Filipino dish of the island of Leyte handed down by my mother. It combines chicken, prawns and mung beans into a thick soupy porridge flavoured with fish sauce.

Filipino Mung Bean Porridge

Notes

Can be made without prawns, or a different cut of chicken. Leftover meat can be used too.
Be careful when the mung beans are in the oven that it doesn't form a crust on the bottom or the top of the dish. An occasional stir can prevent this from happening.

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