Vegetable Terraces can be seen from the Halsema Highway in Bakun, Benguet. The highland province of Benguet is known as the ‘Salad Bowl of the Philippines” because of hits huge production of upland vegetables. The vegetable terraces, which resemble rice terraces, are a made-made attraction of the municipality of Bakun. The vegetable terraces of Anawa and Cabutotan can be seen from Sipitan to Maliliko. Bakun is known for its mushroom cultivation industry. Continue reading
The Natubleng Vegetable Terraces is a beautiful terraced mountainside planted with cabbage, Baguio beans, carrots, and more. Motorists passing through the Halsema Mountain Highway notice this attraction because of its neat rows and upright trellises. Located at the heart of Barangay Natubleng, it is a scenic view seen from an elevated site along the Halsema Highway. It shows an illustration of the ingenuity of the Igorots’ way of farming in the uplands. It is spectacular view of the vegetable gardens in the Loo valley, Baculongan Sur and North and Anlimay including the mountain ranges toward Ifugao and the great Mt. Pulag. Viewing site can actually be anywhere along Halsema Highway within Buyacaoan and Continue reading
Prepare a healthy merienda with this steamed vegetable lumpia, drizzled with a zesty kare-kare sauce. Ingredients include onion, ground pork, sitaw, banana heart, patis, cabbage, lumpia wrappers, soy sauce, garlic, brown sugar, Del Monte Quick ‘n Easy Kare-Kare Mix.
For the complete Filipino Vegetable Lumpia recipe, the required ingredients, cooking and serving instructions, preparation time, meal nutrition information, please visit the Del Monte Philippines web site by clicking HERE.