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Showing posts with label fish recipe. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fish recipe. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Sinaing na Tulingan

Sinaing na Tulingan (Skipjack tuna) is a very authenthic dish of the Philippines. According to some sources, this dish is famous in Batangas. Sinaing na Tulingan have a slight resemblance to pinaksiw and pinangat na isda because of the ingredients and the way it is cooked.

Sinaing na Tulingan Recipe http://goo.gl/JYt72V

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Bangus Belly Curry

Here's another way to cook and serve your favorite bangus or milkfish. This recipe will give your favorite bangus belly a different twist! Try it!

Bangus Belly Curry

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Healthful Sweet And Sour Fish Recipe

Here's a dish called Piña-Level Up Sweet N' Sour Fish that you can easily cook at home. This is originally posted at delmonteph.com and I decided to share it here because it's really delicious plus truly healthful. This  sweet and sour recipe uses more pineapple tidbits that adds taste and flavor. According to their website, it has 7 times more fiber than your usual fried fish.

If you wanted to try and cook something new, this recipe is truly right for you!

Healthful Sweet and Sour Fish On A Plate

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Quick And Easy Sinaing na Tulingan sa Mangga (Mackerel Tuna Cooked With Green Mango) Recipe

Here's a quick and easy fish recipe from celebrity chef Boy Logro. This recipe will only take 3 easy steps to complete. So if you are in a hurry or you wanted to cook something good in quick easy steps, this is definitely the recipe for you!

Friday, June 20, 2014

Lightly Souped Pomfret (Pinangat Na Pampano) Recipe

Here's a "minutes to prepare, ultra quick to cook" dish submitted to us by one of our friends and followers, Dante.

According to Dante, he used PAMPANO in this pinangat dish because, he wanted to innovate Filipino fish recipes. As much as possible, he wanted to refrain from utilizing Bangus (milkfish) and Tilapia from his dish. The reason behind this is that (according to him) - Frequently, 7 in every 10, they're "lasang lumot" (taste like moss) referring to Bangus and Tilapia.

Lightly Souped Pomfret (Pinangat Na Pampano)  With Tomatoes And Onions

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Paksiw Na Dulong (Silverfish Paksiw) Recipe

Filipinos loves paksiw. Paksiw na lechon, isda, etc. they love it all! There is something about the taste of this type of dish that reminds me of fiestas (festivals) and it never fails to bring about the feeling of merrymaking. If you have tried lechon paksiw (pork) and you loved it, there should be nothing that can stop you from trying out the recipe that I will share with you today-- paksiw na dulong!

For those who are now aware about what a dulong is (silverfish), this is a type of fish that is very rare but nevertheless, delicious. This type of fish is as small as dilis, may be a bit bigger but almost the same size and have a silver color, hence the term silverfish.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Sinugno - Grilled Tilapia Fish in Coconut Milk Recipe

Sinugno is a popular dish in the Philippines especially in Quezon. Sinugno is a dish wherein grilled tilapia (fish) is wrapped in mustard leaves then cooked with coconut milk or cream with good amount of chili.

The flavor of the grilled tilapia (fish) combined with coconut cream makes this dish simply one of the best tasting Filipino dish. If you wanted to try Sinugno at home, here is a simple recipe you can follow.

Sinugno - Grilled Tilapia Fish in Coconut Milk Recipe

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Fried Adobong Galunggong Filipino Recipe

If you are living in a place wherein galunggong (round scad fish) is abundant, this recipe is surely beneficial for you. This Fried Adobong Galunggong recipe gives a new taste and look to your usual fried galunggong. This will surely turn your ordinary fried fish into something that is truly saucy, extraordinary and flavorful.

Fried Adobong Galunggong is an original Filipino specialty and masterpiece of , Ms. Godelia “Godie” Ricalde. This recipe is a result of her experiment around their kitchen using only budget friendly ingredients. If you wanted to try it out, just read and follow the complete and easy to follow, step-by-step recipe below.

Monday, April 1, 2013

Sinanglay Na Tilapia Filipino Recipe

Sinanglay na tilapia is a native Filipino fish dish wherein the fish (tilapia) is wrap traditionally in taro leaves cooked with coconut milk. This flavorful Filipino food recipe is a product of great cooking skills and artistry of Bicolanos (people of Bicol, Philippines).

Below is a simple Sinanglay na Tilapia recipe wherein pechay is used to wrap the fish instead of taro leaves.

Sinanglay Na Tilapia Filipino Recipe

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Traditional Filipino Foods For New Year's Eve

Filipinos are one of the many nationality that really celebrate and welcome the new year in a festive (noisiest?) way. With fireworks, firecrackers, lights, sounds and food all over the place, it just really defines how Filipinos welcome the brand new year to come.

For most of the time, foods are the center of the attraction and occasion. As we all know, each and every nation do have their very own traditional foods that are "must have" at the table during new year celebration. Below is a list of traditional Filipino foods linked to their recipes in case you wanted to try them out for your very own new year's eve celebration.

12 Round Fruits
Filipinos prepare and displays 12 rounds fruits of different kinds at the table to signify 12 months of the year. The fruits (sometimes including vegetables) may vary in size and a bit in shape because having 12 rounded ones can be a tough one to complete so some may end up having mangoes and bananas which are not circular in shape. And oh, some prepare 13 fruits instead of just 12 (if you know the reason, please state it at the comment section, thanks).

Colorful Salads
It can be fruit salad, vegetable salad, chicken macaroni salad or buko salad. The more colorful it is, the better because it signify a much more livelier and colorful life for the year to come.

Traditional Delicacies
Biko, Maja Blanca, Calamay or anything that is made of glutinous or sticky rice is a must have too. It is said that it can bring or attract and make good luck to stick around for the people at home or anyone who will eat it when 12 midnight (new year) hits.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Pinaputok Na Tilapia Filipino Recipe

Pinaputok na Tilapia recipe is a kind of Filipino fish recipe wherein the fish (tilapia) is stuffed with mixture of tomato and onion (some considers adding ginger). The name of this dish came from the way of how the fish is prepared; stuffing with diced onions and tomatoes up to a certain point wherein the fish cavity is close to its bursting (pinaputok) state.

Pinaputok Na Tilapia can be cooked and prepared in many ways. Common ways of making this dish are via grilling, baking and frying. At this recipe of ours, we will do the frying way of cooking.

Filipino Dish - Pinaputok na Tilapia

Pinaputok Na Tilapia Ingredients: 

* 1 large tilapia

* 4 pcs of medium sized tomatoes, diced

* 2 pcs of medium sized onions, chopped

* suitable amount of ground pepper

* small amount of salt

For the dip/sauce:

* 5 Tbsp soy sauce

* 5 Tbsp kalamansi juice

* 2 Tbsp brown sugar

* 2 red chili pepper, sliced

Pinaputok na Tilapia Cooking Instruction:

1). Remove the scale of tilapia. Clean it and pat it dry.

2). Put slits on each side of the fish.

3). Rub and sprinkle both sides of the fish including the stomach with the small amount of salt and pepper. Set aside.

4). Put in the chopped onions and tomatoes in a bowl and mix them up. Season it with salt and pepper to taste.

5). In a sheet of aluminum foil (enough to cover the whole fish), lay down the tilapia and put (stuff it with) tomatoes and onion mixture in the stomach part of it, at both sides of the fish (where the slits are made).

6). Wrap tilapia tightly with the foil.

7). Fry tilapia for 4-5 minutes. Enjoy!

Serve your pinaputok na tilapia along side with your created dip or sauce.

Pinaputok Na Tilapia Filipino dish is best served with steamed rice or even as a pulutan (for beer/alcohol drinkers).

Pinaputok Na Tilapia Image By Ramon FVelasquez [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons. Image may vary from the end result of this recipe.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Ginisang Sinigang Salmon With Kangkong

This is a recipe sent to us by one of our twitter friends, @iamabhie. Visit her blog at http://iamabhie.wordpress.com/ for more information about her and her cooking journey.

Here's the recipe and cooking instruction for Ginisang Sinigang Salmon With Kangkong she sent to us via email.


* oil
* onions
* tomato
* ginger
* jalapeño
* salmon
* salt to taste (optional)
* water
* sinigang powder
* kangkong leaves

Cooking Procedure:

1. Sauté onion,ginger and tomato in oil.

2. Put the salmon.

3. Pour some water for soup.

4. Let it simmer for a bit then add jalapeño.

5. Let it simmer and put sinigang powder and salt depending on the taste you want.

6. Let it simmer then put the kangkong leaves till it cook then serve.

I asked her about the measurement/quantity of recipe to be used. She said to put only 1 piece for each ingredient and a small piece of ginger will do. If you have questions about this recipe, feel free to add them at the comment section.

If you wanted to be featured or your recipe to be posted in here, use the contact form of this blog to send in your request.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Kinunot na Pagi Recipe

This is another hot and delicious recipe originated from the province of Bicol. As we all know, our Bicolano friends are well known for their hot with coconut milk or cream dishes and recipes like the famous LAING and BICOL EXPRESS.

Kinunot na pagi is a stew recipe of sting ray with ginger and coconut cream. Kinunot na pagi is often times seen as an appetizer or "pulutan" during a drinking session but this recipe is also perfect as a daily viand. This Filipino or Bicolano dish is pretty easy to cook and the ingredients are quite affordable as well.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Filipino Recipes For The Holy Week

Since its Holy Week, Filipinos, specifically, the Catholics, are now starting to practice the good old lent tradition. We, Filipinos are very much known as a solemn observer of the Holy Week. This just shows how faithful and religious we are. This is the Filipino way of reflecting God's lessons and sacrifice that are written at the Holy Bible. Holy Week, according to the traditional beliefs, is the season of repentance and mending of immoral living for many Filipinos.

There are certain sacrificial acts done during the observance. This includes Fasting or limiting one's food intake to one full meal a day and Abstinence or avoidance of eating meat from warm-blooded animals. So meaning to say, Filipinos usually eats fish and vegetables during this season.

Here are some vegetable recipes that you may find interesting, easy and practical to cook during the Holy Week.

Pinakbet is the contracted form of the Ilocano word pinakebbet, meaning "shrunk" or "shriveled". The basic vegetables used in this dish include native bitter melon, eggplant, tomato, ginger, okra, string beans, lima beans, chili peppers , parda and winged beans. A Tagalog version usually includes calabaza.

Laksa Laksa or Bean Noodles with Vegetables is also an all time favorite of mine. This recipe or dish is best partnered with steamed rice and fried fish. This Filipino vegetable recipe is known to be a healthy food and perfect for diet conscious persons.

Ginisang Toge
Ginisang Toge is a healthy vegetable dish or recipe. It is a sauteed Mung Bean Sprout with carrots, bell pepper, shrimp, and tofu.

Adobong Kangkong
Adobong Kangkong is one of the authentic Filipino dishes that I really love. It was pretty easy and basic to prepare and cook, and for sure, you will love this recipe too.

You can check out and find more vegetable recipes at my Filipino Vegetable Recipes category.

And for the Fish recipes, here they are:

Fish Sarciado
Fish Sarciado is a kind of Filipino dish wherein the mixture of garlic, onions and tomatoes enhances the flavor of the sauteed fish. This is one of the most finest recipe of the Filipinos. This recipe is also perfect for this lent season.

Sinigang Na Bangus

Paksiw Na Bangus
Paksiw na Bangus is one the of the easiest bangus (milkfish) dish to make. Paksiw na Bangus is a native Filipino fish dish wherein, the milkfish (bangus) is cooked with the sour aroma of vinegar and spice of ginger, onion and garlic.

You can check out and find more fish recipes at my Filipino Fish Recipes category page.

Hope this post helps you out into picking the right dish this Holy Week. Enjoy.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Sinugbang Bangus Filipino Recipe

Sinugba is the Visayan word for inihaw, grilled, barbeque, kebab. Sinugbang Bangus literally means grilled milkfish (deboned) stuffed with tomato, onion and lemon grass (tanglad).

Sinugba (inihaw or grilled) Bangus Filipino Food
Sinugba (inihaw or grilled) Bangus
Image by Ramon FVelasquez via Wikimedia.org

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Kinilaw Na Tanigue

Kinilaw is a Filipino way of cooking that is similar to Latin American ceviche . They both relies on the sour agent of vinegar to cook the raw fish.

Kinilaw Na Tanigue consist of raw fish called Tanigue mixed with vinegar and other ingredients. Its like sushi but tastes even better.

The most important thing in this recipe is to make sure that you will use fresh ingredient available because the taste and deliciousness of this dish depends on the freshness of the fish itself.

Kinilaw Na Tanigue Image Credit - samlanuza.com
Check the below recipe of Kinilaw na Tanigue that is good for 8 servings.

Kinilaw Na Tanigue Recipe Ingredients:

* 1 kg skinned fresh sea bass, cubed to bite size pieces
* 2 tablespoons finely minced garlic
* 1 cup white vinegar
* 6 tablespoons lime juice
* 5 diced tomatoes
* 1 cup finely minced onion
* 3 tablespoons finely minced ginger root
* 1 red bell pepper, diced
* 1 green bell pepper, diced
* jalapeno peppers
* 1/4 cup spring onion, minced

Kinilaw Na Tanigue Recipe Cooking Instruction:

1). Marinate fish in vinegar for at least 30 minutes. Keep it in the refrigerator.

2). Drain and mix with lemon juice and all other ingredients.

3). Serve chilled.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Paksiw Na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

Paksiw na Bangus is one the of the easiest bangus (milkfish) dish to make. Paksiw na Bangus is a native Filipino fish dish wherein, the milkfish (bangus) is cooked with the sour aroma of vinegar and spice of ginger, onion and garlic.

Paksiw Na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)
Paksiw Na Bangus

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Curried Tilapia And Mango Salsa

Curried Tilapia with Mango Salsa is a good and mouth watering dish. In this recipe or dish, the tilapia fillets are rubbed with a curry and garlic pepper blend, quickly pan fried, then served with a spicy mango salsa.

This is a very light, flavorful dish that you will truly enjoy. This goes well with salad greens or rice.

Curried Tilapia With Mango Salsa Recipe Ingredients:

* 1 mango – peeled and diced
* 1/4 cup chopped red onion
* 1 serrano chile, minced
* 1/2 cup cilantro leaves, chopped
* 2 tablespoons lime juice
* 1/2 teaspoon salt
* 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided
* 1 tablespoon curry powder
* 1 tablespoon garlic pepper seasoning
* 4 fresh tilapia fillets

Curried Tilapia And Mango Salsa Cooking Instructions:

1). For the mango salsa, combine the mango, red onion, serrano chile, cilantro, lime juice and salt in a glass bowl. Set aside.

2). For the tilapia rub, mix together 1 tablespoon of olive oil, curry powder and garlic pepper in a small bowl. Rub this mixture onto both sides of the fish fillets.

3). Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat.

4). Cook the fish for about 3 minutes on each side or until it flakes easily with a fork.

5). Serve with the mango salsa. Enjoy!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Fish Sarciado Filipino Recipe

Fish Sarciado is a kind of Filipino dish wherein the mixture of garlic, onions and tomatoes enhances the flavor of the sauteed fish. This is one of the most finest recipe of the Filipinos. This recipe is also perfect for this lent season. Check below the very easy to follow fish sarciado recipe.

Fish Sarciado Filipino Recipe

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Totsong Bangus (Milkfish In Fermented Soy Cake)

Totsong Bangus or milkfish cooked in fermented soy cake is one of the most popular fish recipe or dish in the country. Totsong bangus is best partnered with hot rice during lunch and even at dinner time. Check out below the simple and basic Totsong Bangus recipe.

Totsong Bangus Filipino Recipes