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Monday, January 25, 2010

Baked Tahong


Tahong (Mussels) is one of the most popular sea food in the Philippines. Filipinos do have many ways and style of cooking tahong. One of those recipes is the Baked Tahong. Baked tahong includes grilling the mussels over live coals. This recipe is popular as a "pulutan" for beer drinkers.

Baked Tahong Baked Mussels Image Credit - VivaFilipinas.Tumblr.Com

Baked Tahong Recipe Ingredients:

* 1 kilo fresh large tahongs (mussels)
* 1/2 cup butter or margarine
* 5 cloves minced garlic
* 1/2 cup grated cheese
* 1/2 cup bread crumbs

Baked Tahong Cooking Instruction - How To Make Baked Tahong:

1). Place tahong on a pan (no water), cover and cook over moderate heat. When shells open up, drain. Remove top shell.

2). Melt butter, add minced garlic. Stir for 3 minutes.

3). Brush each tahong meat with butter-garlic mixture, top with grated cheese and cover with bread crumbs.

4). Arrange tahong on a baking sheet.

5). Bake in pre-heated oven with a low heat (250F). Bake for 10 – 15 minutes.

Note: Image may vary with the result of this recipe.

24 comments:

MommyLES said...

looks yummy!!! thanks for sharing the recipe

Pepper Tan said...

I can hardly remember the last time I had some baked tahong. I miss it so bad. With good beer and company, that simply is the best :)

Dems said...

Wow, it's so easy to do :D
Thanks for sharing! ♥

leira said...

i miss this.. will definitely copy your recipe.

Berylle Kaye Hong said...

i love baked tahong especially with lots of cheese!! :)

Adeline Yuboco said...

I love this dish. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Ron. Can't wait to try this out.

ricky bernardino said...

This is really good. thanks for sharing this recipe. its my favorite =)

Robi Marapao said...

I love tahong! The last one I've tried was in Surigao. But this one is baked! Uhm looks delicious (I'm sure it is.) Craving for sea foods now. ^^

Franc Ramon said...

Baked Tahong is one of my favorite appetizer as its really a good treat for my taste buds.

Myk Malag said...

wow...looks so delicious!

Raine Pal said...

Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing.

Carmel Cole said...

omg, i always love to eat this at home especially when freshly prepared and cooked.

controversialcomments said...

I have to wonder how healthy is a Baked Tahong?

ana karen Banhag said...

haha trully, my brothers and cousins favourite pulutan...

felicity said...

I know that food bloggers are everywhere, but this one is exquisite. Good job!

Shirgie Scf said...

wow, I want to try this. Mukhang masarap talaga.

Gemma Defeo-Hilotin said...

bookmarking this!! I was actually thinking of what to do with the tahong that we just bought other than the usual.. and this is the answer! I will definitely try this! thanks!

Lipstick.chopsticks said...

That looks so yummy..now im craving!

bayenmd said...

nakakagutom ito.

markpogi said...

Baked Tahong is really sinful for me. :D

tatess said...

Never did baked taho yet, the recipe is so easy and the ingredients are all in the pantry. I have to try this one.

♣ lily ♣ said...

There was a time in my life when I stopped eating tahong. Reason: I was so curious how the insides of the tahong look like so I opened it up. I saw an earthworm! errrrr!

But, I have to try this one! :)

Gil Camporazo said...

I never try eating a baked tahong yet. But I usually do with these seafoods grill them. Once they open, I take it from its shell and eat it while it is still hot. It tastes so yummy and juicy while it is half-cooked.

rose giles said...

Sounds very special...thanks for sharing..

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