kabatiti tops, flower and fruit dinengdeng

Just like karabasa, the fruit, leaves (tops, shoots) and flowers of kabatiti can be made, three-in-one, into a sumptuous dinengdeng. This is new to some, even to some self-confessed Ilokano dinengdeng connoisseurs. So it's really worth a try, to prove that it's really edible and palatable.

Kabatiti fruit, tops and flowers.
So green, so yellow...

Follow the dinengdeng way, boil bugguong, put in the sliced fruit first, cook, then  put in the tops and flowers just before putting off fire and serving. Here, I added some bits of gamet to enhance flavor and aroma.

Naimas, sumam-it ti digona!