Ginataang Tilapia

Loading… Paano ba magluto ng ginataang tilapia? Super dali lamang po lutuin ng napaka sarap na Ginataang Tilapia. Para sa mga mommies na on the go or busy sa work, eto na ang easy way to cook Ginataang Tilapia. Years ago kailangan mo pang magpiga ng gata, pero sa makabagong panahon and coconut cream at… Continue reading Ginataang Tilapia

Filipino Recipe · Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

Pinaputok na Tilapia

Loading… Pinaputok na Tilapia Ingredients: 1 kilo large sized tilapia 4 medium tomatoes,chopped 4 medium onions, chopped a dash of ground pepper a dash of salt butter For the sauce: 5 tbsp soy sauce 5 tbsp lime juice 2 tbsp sugar 2 red chilli pepper, sliced You will need: wilted banana leaves (wrapper or foil)… Continue reading Pinaputok na Tilapia


Inihaw na Bangus

Loading… (Grilled Stuffed Milkfish) Inihaw na Bangus Ingredients: 1 pc. about Kilo, large sized Bangus (CLEANED) •2 pcs. medium tomato, chopped •1 pc. medium onion, chopped •1 thumb size ginger, minced •1/4 head garlic, chopped •1/4 cup bagoong alamang •2 pc. Siling Haba (long green chili pepper) •salt and pepper For Soy Dip: •3-4 tablespoons… Continue reading Inihaw na Bangus


Pinangat na Ayungin sa Kamias at Kamatis

Loading… Ingredients: 1.5 kg fresh Ayungin (always available in Marikina wetmarket) 200 grams kamias (bilimbi) 150 grams diced tomatoes 1 medium size onion diced 1 bunch of mustasa (green mustard leaves) 3 long green chili Instructions: In a saucepan, boil 3 cups of water add the kamias, tomatoes and onion, simmer for 5 minutes, take… Continue reading Pinangat na Ayungin sa Kamias at Kamatis

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)


Seared BBQ Tuna

Seared BBQ Tuna is a quick and easy recipe of grilled tuna. Chinese style recipe with delicious homemade bbq sauce. Super yummy! Seared BBQ Tuna Ingredients: 500g Tuna steak 75g Char Siu Sauce (recipe below)l Sauce: 25g Char Siu Sauce 30mL Chicken Stock Salt and Pepper; to taste Garnish: grilled asparagus, tomatoes, onions Chili oil… Continue reading Seared BBQ Tuna

Appetizers · Fish · Kinilaw/Ceviche

Kinilaw na Tuna

(Tuna Ceviche) Ingredients: 2 cups tuna loin 2 tbsp. sliced onion 2 tsp. finely chopped ginger 2 tsp. sliced radish ¼ cup peeled cucumber & cut into cubes 1 pc. siling labuyo 1 pc. finger chili 1 tsp. rock salt ½ tsp. black pepper, ground 4 tbsp. vinegar Instructions: Slice tuna loin into cubes. Combine… Continue reading Kinilaw na Tuna


Sinanglay na Tilapia

Ingredients: 2 pieces tilapia, cleaned and scales removed 4 pieces wide bok choy (or pechay) leaves 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1 medium onion, diced 2 pieces medium tomatoes, diced 1 thumb ginger, chopped 3 pieces long green chili 1 1/2 cups coconut milk 1/2 cup water 1 teaspoon salt Pandan Leaves   Instructions: For the… Continue reading Sinanglay na Tilapia

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Fish · Soups


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 onion… Continue reading LINAGPANG NA BANGUS



(MILKFISH STEWED IN VINEGAR) Ingredients: 1 large bangus (milkfish), scaled, cleaned and slice into pieces 1/2 head of garlic, chopped 1 thumb size ginger, sliced thinly 5 pieces finger chilis 1 piece eggplant, cut lengthwise, then cut into 2-inch pieces 1 piece bittermelon, scrape the pith, cut lengthwise, then cut into 2-inch pieces 2 tablespoons… Continue reading PAKSIW NA BANGUS

Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol

Season if Santol is here.. so why not cook the most fresh Paksiw na Galunggong in town. Ansarap nito mga momshies.. the best ulam and very healthy pa. Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo Galunggong, 3-4 pcs santol 1 onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 thumbsized ginger, sliced and crushed 3 siling… Continue reading Paksiw na Galunggong sa Santol


Pinangat na Salay Salay

Good for 4 servings. Ingredients: 3 cups rice wash* 150-180 grams tamarind fruit (sampalok) 1 large plump tomato, quartered 1 medium red onion, quartered 1/2 kilo of smooth-tailed trevally (salay-salay) 2 pcs finger chilis 2 tsps iodized coarse salt *water used in rinsing rice before cooking (3rd wash) or most commonly known in local language… Continue reading Pinangat na Salay Salay

Filipino Recipe · Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)


Bangus Escabeche, Milkfish Bangus or Sweet and Sour Bangus. No matter how you call it. This recipe is definitely sweet and sour with a very crispy fried fish. Yummy! If you want the fish to stay crispy upon serving. Just pour in the sweet and sour sauce when your ready to serve it. This is… Continue reading BANGUS ESCABECHE


Ginataang Tulingan

(skipjack tuna in coconut milk) Ingredients 2 medium size tulingan (skipjack tuna), cleaned and cut in serving pieces 1 can coconut milk 1 thumb size ginger, chopped 3 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp. fish sauce 1 cup water 2 – 3 tbsp. vinegar 2 green chili or siling haba salt and pepper to taste cooking… Continue reading Ginataang Tulingan


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



Sangkap: 1 malaking lata ng sardinas (spicy) 5 butil na bawang (pinitpit at hiniwa-hiwa) 1 medium sibuyas (hiniwa) 1 o 2 kamatis (chopped) 1 kutsara oyster sauce 1 itlog na binati pamintang durog 1/2 tasa tubig mantika Paraan: Sa isang kawali at katamtamang apoy ay gisahin ang bawang at sibuyas. Isunod ang kamatis. Kapag medyo… Continue reading SARSYADONG SARDINAS

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 · Soups


(SALMON HEAD IN TAMARIND SOUR BROTH WITH MISO) SINIGANG NA ULO NG SALMON SA MISO -Fish heads used to be a throw away food in the Western part of the world. Thanks to the persistence of Asians who prize this part of the fish for its healthy, gelatinous, collagen-rich, fatty meat, that is packed with… Continue reading SINIGANG NA ULO NG SALMON SA MISO

Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Seafood


Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas or in english term, it is Milkfish in Guava Sour Broth. This is one of the classic favorite soup that Filipinos love specially good for rainy days. I used the last of the giant guavas that has ripened and made the soup extra yummy! SINIGANG NA BANGUS SA BAYABAS INGREDIENTS:… Continue reading SINIGANG NA BANGUS SA BAYABAS



Simple and quick recipe you can cook for Milkfish – BANGUS BELLY BISTEK! Filipinos favorite and it becomes more delicious when marinated overnight. BANGUS BELLY BISTEK Ingredients: 1 kilo boneless milkfish (bangus) belly, 1/4 cup cooking oil 1 large white onion, sliced into 1/2″ rings 1/2 head of garlic, crushed & minced 1/3 cup of… Continue reading BANGUS BELLY BISTEK



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)


Pesang Isda with Miso Sauce

Savor the goodness of fish stewed in ginger broth. Especially, when served with miso sauce on the side. I’m including the recipe for the miso sauce. Ingredients: 2 medium-sized fresh fish (dalag, lapu-lapu, carpa or apahap), cleaned and cut into pieces 3 cups rice washing (hugas bigas) 2 tablespoons oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 1… Continue reading Pesang Isda with Miso Sauce


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


Pritong Daing na Bangus

Pritong Daing na Bangus (Fried Milkfish Belly) I can imagine the smell of Crispy Fried Daing! When buying milkfish or bangus, ask for the vendor to clean out and butterfly-cut your bangus. Nowadays, supermarkets are already selling boneless and butterfly cut bangus too. They even sell milkfish belly and premarinated ones. I know for sure, you… Continue reading Pritong Daing na Bangus

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Fish · Food Business


Homemade Tinapa, Fish Tapa or Smoked Fish. They are all the same. Best to partner these with Tinapa Fried Rice. No need to crave if you’re far from home. For those who are interested, fish smoker is available on different online stores nowadays or make an improvise to save money. Just look for the keyword… Continue reading HOMEMADE TINAPA


Paksiw na Tilapia sa Gata

Simmered fish in vinegar, fish sauce (patis) and long chili (siling haba) and then simmered again with coconut milk. Ingredients: 3-4 tilapia 1 medium size onion (chopped) 4 cloves garlic (minced) 2 tbsp ginger (minced) 1 pack vinegar (250g) 1 bundle Pechay 2 cups coconut milk Red chili (optional) 2 Siling Haba (long green chili… Continue reading Paksiw na Tilapia sa Gata


Bangus Ala Pobre

Bangus Ala Pobre (Bangus Steak) INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo Boneless Bangus, split 2 Tbsps Sesame Oil 1 head Garlic , minced 1 pc white onion ½ cup Soy Sauce ½ cup Water 3 pcs Calamansi, juiced 2 Tbsps Cornstarch 1 Tbsp Water Salt and pepper INSTRUCTIONS: In a medium pan, saute garlic in oil until slightly… Continue reading Bangus Ala Pobre


Sinaing na Tulingan

Ingredients: 2 kilos medium-size tulingan (bullet tuna) Small square of banana leaf, enough to cover the bottom of your palayok (clay pot) 2 bunches of unripe sampaloc (tamarind), washed and cracked 3 cloves garlic, crushed ½ c sea salt Pinch of pepper Optional: ¼ kg of pork fat, sliced into thin strips Cooking instructions: 1.… Continue reading Sinaing na Tulingan