Malunggay Products

The following are products made of malunggay leaves.

1) Malunggay breads are popular nowadays. I have been hearing comments, it gets tough easily. Hope the feedback is not true this sweet sorghum pandesal with malunggay.

sweet sorghum malunggay with pandesal

2) Malunggay Shing-a-ling. I have been looking how to make a regular shing-a-ling. I hope you can teach me how.

healthyricH malunggay shing-a-ling

3) Malunggay Vegetarian Noodles.

malunggay vegetarian noodles

4) Malunggay veggie cookies.

malunggay veggie cookies

5) Malunggay polvoron. A nicely package polvoron.

malunggay powder and polvoron

malunggay polvoron

6) Moringa leaf powder. A ready to used product  for myriad of applications.

moringa leaf powder

100 pesos moringa leaf powder

7) Malunggay teas.

malunggay health teas

8) Malunggay veggie kropek.

malunggay veggie kropek

9)  Malungay capsules, together with other herbal supplements.

maluggay capsules

10) Malunggay concoction concentrate.

malunggay etc concentrate

11)  Healthy veggie siomai with malunggay.

malunggay veggie siomai

12)  Malunggay tea vinegar. It was the product I never expected.

malunggay tea vinegar

13) Milk? It is an indirect product, produce by goat after feeding on malunggay leaves.

malunggay for dairy goat

4 Replies to “Malunggay Products”

  1. Good day! Amazing products can produce out of malunggay and im excited about it.Can you help me or can you give me the recipe how to do it.Thank you very much.

  2. Hello again Marvin,
    I was wondering if you know of, or could suggest any household use for the fresh/or dried Malunggay/Moringa seeds other than using it as a vegetable in cooking/baking/tea.
    I have a Moringa tree, and I have concocted household uses for its leaves, flowers and buds, and its very tender pods, mainly in cooking, and I also use the leaves/pods to feed my kohol (apple snails). But I don’t particularly like the taste of the fresh mature pods, and I have no idea what I can do with its seeds, fresh or dried naturally in their pods, on the trees.
    A Chinese neighbor gets some of those dried up seed pods and tells me the Chinese believe eating ONLY ONE dried seed kernel A DAY will help stabilize blood sugar. It’s been touted as particularly helpful for diabetes.
    I have read from the internet that the seeds (fresh?) are pressed into a “cake” and pressed for benzoil for use in medicine/cosmetic preparations. But those are suitable for commercial applications. So if you know of any home-based practical uses of those seeds, fresh or dried, please let me know, so that not only my kohol will benefit.(LOL)
    Thanks and regards to Irma!

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