Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Fish & Seafood

Ginisang Upo with Hipon/Pasayan

Upo is a kind of vegetable easily found everywhere in the market in the Philippines. Its English name is bottle gourd because it has an elongated shape. It is easy to saute with some meat like chicken, pork and seafood...

Tinolang Lapu-Lapu

When you talk about “tinola” means it is a soup kind of Filipino dish. It is easy to make. Just pour water into a pot, and let it boil all the ingredients for at least 10 to 15 minutes...

Hipon Sinigang Sa Sampalok

This Filipino sinigang sour soup dish is mainly cooked with shrimp mixed with sampalok as a souring agent. Added with some vegetables. It is a quick, refreshing, simple, and easy recipe with a unique savory and sour taste. It is...

Shrimp Fried Rice

This dish is all in one: cooked rice that has been stir-fried in a wok or frying pan and mixed with other ingredients like eggs, meat (pork, chicken, and seafood), and vegetables. Some cooks just stir-fry it with garlic/roasted garlic...

Tortang Dulong (Silverfish Omelet)

There are many ways to cook dulong / silverfish. In case you don't know yet, it's a very tiny fish, barely an inch, and quite transparent in appearance. Some people cook them by wrapping them in mango leaves or banana...

Pesang Dalag With Miso Soup

Pesang dalag (stewed mudfish) is regional Filipino dish whose main ingredient is mudfish, a freshwater fish and vegetable soup, with optional add-ons. Mudfish is not generally found in a typical Filipino market, perhaps due to the more complex process of...

Paksiw Na Galunggong sa Santol

Sandoricum koetjape or santol in the Philippines is a tropical fruit grown in Southeast Asia. It contains vitamins B and C provides healing abilities and prevent cardiovascular disease, strokes, and cancer, folate that reduces risk of birth defects and...

Sweet and Sour Fish

Ingredients: Cooking oil for frying 2 medium size fish (tilapia, labahita, salmon, galunggong) - cleaned and washed. salt to sprinkle into the fish (asnan nyo muna) 2 knobs ginger, sliced thinly 10 cloves garlic, minced 1 large yellow onion,...

Odong at Tinapa

I was raised in a place where this dish is a common fixture on the table: odong and tinapa. While tinapa means smoked fish, Cebuanos refer this to as canned sardines or mackerel. Odong is salted flour noodles characterized...

Ginisang Gulay / Stir-fry Vegetables

There are many ways of cooking vegetables. You may use your imagination to visualize your food. Like what I did. I found minced pork in my freezer and decided this is going to be an ingredient of what I...

Latest News

Ginisang Upo with Hipon/Pasayan

Upo is a kind of vegetable easily found everywhere in the market in the Philippines. Its English name is bottle...