Here’s another malunggay recipe I got from gonatural.com. Link posted below.
The parts of the plant that can be eaten as vegetable are the flowers, leaves and pods. It is a significant source of calcium, iron, phosphorus and vitamins A, B and C. It has also been reported to be beneficial in diabetes because it can lower blood glucose. This “wonder vegetable” can be mixed with a variety of food like tinola, fish with coconut milk, corn soup.
For daily medicinal use, just prepare malunggay tea which is about 1 cup leaves boiled in 1 and 1/2 glass of water. Drink this daily. You can improve the taste by adding lemon grass (tanglad) or pandan leaves.
A single preparation can be stored up to 2 days in a thermos bottle, however, a fresh preparation is always recommended.