Kangkong Chips Recipe

We all need something to eat whenever we’re at home either chilling, maybe watching a Netflix movie, or just scrolling through the feed, right? And it shouldn’t always be chips from the grocery that are undoubtedly bad for your health, especially if it’s consumed excessively. So, what is something that we can make to satisfy our cravings for chips? Well, we could make some banana chips, camote chips, or maybe mushroom chips, too! But have you ever heard of Kangkong Chips? 

Yup! That’s right, we can also make some delicious chips out of Kangkong or Water Spinach! Kangkong is a very abundant vegetable in the Philippines and it is usually used as an ingredient for many classic Filipino dishes such as Sinigang, Adobo, and even Ginataan. But for today, let me introduce to you a new and trending recipe that revolutionized the use of Kangkong that will absolutely become one of your all-time favorite snacks in no time! 

Are you ready? Today, Panlasang Pinoy Recipes will teach us how to make our own version of their Kangkong Chips Recipe at home! 

Kangkong Chips Recipe

Alright, let’s do this! Everything that we need for this recipe can be easily bought from the local markets and grocery stores so you don’t have to worry about the availability of the ingredients. Oh, and some people, especially plantitos and plantitas, may have already planted their own Kangkong at home! And finally, the cooking procedures for this recipe are very easy to follow so I’m highly confident that you’ll be able to master this in no time! 

Before we begin, let me first list down all of the ingredients we need! Of course, we’ll be needing Kangkong leaves, egg, oil, water, salt, flour, and cornstarch. Don’t forget to add the flour and cornstarch, okay? We’ll be needing both of them for our batter mix. 

Now that we’ve got everything that we need for our recipe today, let’s start! The first thing that we need to do is to wash the Kangkong leaves properly and thoroughly. Make sure to remove all the extra dirt and debris from the leaves. Also, detach the leaves from the stem of the Kangkong because we won’t be needing them. Once you’re done cleaning and preparing the Kangkong leaves, set them aside for a while because, in the meantime, we’ll be making the batter mixture! 

For the batter mixture, simply combine the cornstarch, flour, egg, salt, and water in a clean mixing bowl. Keep on mixing all of the ingredients well until the consistency becomes smooth and perfect for a batter mix. Alright! Now that everything’s ready, it’s frying time! First, heat the oil on the pan and then gradually adjust the flame to medium. Next, dip the Kangkong leaves into the batter mixture that we made and then deep fry them until crispy. Keep on doing this in batches until you cook all of the kangkong leaves. Then, voila! 

You already cooked another delicious snack that’s perfect for all kinds of occasions! It’s better to serve these bad boys while they’re hot. Oh, and you can also add whatever dipping sauce that you like whether it’s ketchup-mayo, hot sauce, or even honey mustard!

Read: Success Story of Josh Mojica – The owner of Kangkong Chips



Boom! That was very easy to cook, right? In just a matter of minutes, you would’ve already cooked an incredibly delicious snack perfect for watching your favorite series on Netflix! Pair it with an ice-cold can of beer and you’re definitely good to go. So, did you like our Kangkong Chips Recipe? Well, you already know what to do! For more quick and exciting Filipino dish recipes, follow Panlasang Pinoy Recipes.

Kangkong Chips Recipe


  • 4 bunches of kangkong leaves cleaned
  • 3 cups cornstarch
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 pc egg
  • 1-1/2 cup water
  • Salt
  • 5 cups cooking oil for deep frying


  • Clean kangkong thoroughly.
  • Remove leaves from stem. Set aside.
  • For the batter, combine cornstarch, flour, egg, salt and water
  • in a clean mixing bowl.
  • Mix until the consistency is smooth.
  • Heat oil and reduce fire to medium.
  • Dip kangkong leaves in batter and deep fry until crispy.
  • Drain oil from kangkong leaves then serve.


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