Asian Food · Chinese Food · Fish

Fish Fillet with Tokwa In Tausi Sauce (Chinese style)

Loading… This Fish fillet with Tofu, tausi sauce will make you feel nostalgic. An oriental cuisine and classic Chinese Filipino food that we all love. The tausi sauce surely elevated the mild taste of Tokwa and Fish fillet with the fresh aromatic herbs and hint of sesame oil. It will excite your tastebuds. Happy cooking!… Continue reading Fish Fillet with Tokwa In Tausi Sauce (Chinese style)

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Fish · Soups

LINAGPANG NA BANGUS

Loading… Linagpang na Bangus is grilled milkfish in onion and tomato broth. Just imagine the smoky flavored bangus in a hot soup infused with so much flavor from grilled fish and other fresh vegetables. So yummy! LINAGPANG NA BANGUS INGREDIENTS: 1 malaking bangus, inihaw (grilled milkfish) 4 malalaking kamatis (tomatoes) 1 sibuyas (onions) 1 pc… Continue reading LINAGPANG NA BANGUS

Fish

Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol

Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol [kkstarratings] Ingredients: 1 kilo Galunggong, 3-4 pcs santol 1 onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 thumbsized ginger, sliced and crushed 3 siling haba (finger chilis) 1 chili peppers (lubuyo) 2 tbsp vinegar 1 cup water salt and pepper, to taste banana leaves for wrapping* *banana wrappers adds an additional… Continue reading Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol

Fish

Guisadong Sardinas with Pechay and Boiled Egg

Namiss mo ba ang kumain ng sardinas. Super dali lang lutuin igisa-gisa lang sa kamatis at sibuyas at bawang at lagyan ng konting pechay at nilagang itlog. Masarap itong pigaan ng kalamansi o limon bago isubo kasama ang mainit na kanin na pinatisan. Sangkap: 1 latang sardinas (oblong) 1 medium sibuyas (hiniwang pahaba) 3 butil… Continue reading Guisadong Sardinas with Pechay and Boiled Egg

All Kinds of Sisig · Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

TUNA SISIG (Tagalog Version)

This tuna sisig version is not from the can but from grilled fresh tuna or frozen tuna steak. You can easily stock it in your freezer, for quick cooking. Just thaw it when about to use, specialy on a busy workweek. It will only take about 30 to 45 minutes cooking time. Mga Sangkap: Grilled… Continue reading TUNA SISIG (Tagalog Version)

Fish

STEAMED WHOLE FLOUNDER (CANTONESE STYLE)

Ingredients: 1 whole flounder 1 teaspoon salt 1 thumb-sized ginger, finely sliced 2-3 stalks green onions, finely sliced 1 red Thai chili, finely sliced 2 tablespoons Shaoxing rice wine 3 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 tablespoon sesame oil Handful of cilantro/coriander leaves Instructions: 1. Wash fish and pat dry, sprinkle with salt.… Continue reading STEAMED WHOLE FLOUNDER (CANTONESE STYLE)

Fish

Fish Teriyaki

Short bodied mackerel, we call “hasa-hasa” is perfect for this Asian-inspired teriyaki dish. This recipe is inspired from a Japanese restaurant. From a sampling of their “teriyaki yellowtail collar” that is so delicious and unforgettable. This recipe is a sauce and glaze applied to a mackerel with the same delightful results.   Ingredients: 1/2 Kilo… Continue reading Fish Teriyaki

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Fish · Soups · Vegetables

Saluyot, Labong at Pritong Isda

Here’s a detailed step by step procedure on how to cook the best Ilocano version of Dinengdeng na Saluyot, Labong at Pritong Isda. Happy cooking! Saluyot, Labong at Pritong Isda (Dinengdeng ng Ilocano) INGREDIENTS: 1 bundle Saluyot Leaves 1 cup of sliced bamboo shoot (Labong) 1/2 cup Bagoong 2-3 pcs Pritong isda 4 cups of… Continue reading Saluyot, Labong at Pritong Isda

Budget Meal · Filipino Recipe · Fish · Vegetables

Sardines with Ampalaya Leaves

Simple Sardines recipe you can try, its healthy and best to cook on a rainy day. Sardines with Ampalaya leaves. Yum yum yum! Happy cooking! Sardines with Ampalaya Leaves Ingredients: 1 bunch of young ampalaya leaves 4 cloves of garlic, minced 1 medium white onion, sliced 2-3 cans sardines with tomato sauce 2 tbsp of… Continue reading Sardines with Ampalaya Leaves

Filipino Recipe · Fish · Holiday Recipes · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

Sweet and Sour Lapu Lapu

In Filipino this Sweet and Sour Lapu lapu is also known as Lapu lapu Escabeche. Deep fried large lapu lapu until it becomes so crispy and poured with Sweet and sour sauce upon serving. Make sure your lapu lapu is fresh and your recipe is surely unbelievably delish! Good for any occasion, party, fiesta, baptismal,… Continue reading Sweet and Sour Lapu Lapu