Kabatiti

Someone posted a picture of “kabatiti” at the Barangay Batangbaler blog. There’s no close-up shot but you will get the idea of what it looks like. It’s a shrub and the young shoots are used to flavor fish soups. I believe it is used exclusively for fishes. Some people say that there are actually two varieties of this plant, the male – called kabatiti and the female – called kabakiki.

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5 thoughts on “Kabatiti”

  1. Kabatiti Tips:

    Kabatiti is best cooked with buting, kibit, kat-ti, and piyel (avalone) using seawater to boil. Akaw! sarap otoy at nini.

  2. nasa mindoro aku kahapun at sabi nung katipan ku kabatiti daw ang ang ulam ng tingnan ku ay parang patola na bulol pala. funny because iba-iba din pala ang pangalan hehehe. can someone clarify this?

  3. Kabatiti! Isa lng msasabi k dyan? Akaw! Npksarap sa isda! Kya aq ai ngppsalamat s mga kaibigan k dyan sa port n mhilig mngawil at pntikim nla skin iyun bgo aq pmunta ng america. D2 ai mlalaki ang kabatiti hahahaha!!

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