Tagged: Seafood

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Gambas con Kabute

Prawns and Mushrooms, this is the Filipino style surf and turf but instead of meat on the turf part we just use something earthier by using mushrooms. Gambas in the Philippines is quite popular...

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Kinalabasang Sugpo

Kinalabasang Sugpo is a Filipino dish made with squash, prawns and malunggay leaves usually cooked with stock or coconut milk. A common household dish that is served with freshly cooked jasmine rice and best...

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Jjampong

Jjamppong is a Korean noodle soup dish made with mixed seafood such as prawns, clams, mussels and squid prepared together with thin pork slices, vegetables and mushrooms in a spicy pork broth. It’s a...

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Manhattan Clam Chowder

Manhattan Clam Chowder is a tomato based chowder made with clams, tomatoes and vegetables basically similar as a normal clam chowder but instead of cream or milk tomatoes are used as its replacement. A...

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Yosenabe

The last time I had one is in a karaoke bar in Osaka early this year, it was winter there and this was one of the most appropriate dishes to have. The easy preparation...

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Ginisang Sayote, Hipon at Giniling

Sayote, Choko, Chayote, Vegetable Pear or Mango Squash it’s one of those vegetables that we seldom have because its popular here in New Zealand and it is seasonal, luckily, we have friends that have...

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Miso Glazed Salmon

We are such lucky we live in a place where waters are very clean and in pristine condition hence we enjoy the best seafood our oceans and lakes have to offer, from the popular...

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Lime and Garlic Gurnard Fillets

Last week I saw these nice gurnard fillets at our fishmonger, usually they are expensive but this time the price was quite reasonable hence I grabbed some. It was an unplanned purchase hence I...

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Must Try Food in Japan

If I can list all the Japanese food I would but if we limit it to 18 items here is it. This perhaps this is quite the hardest Must Try Food list I have...

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Tsukiji Fish Market Street Food

Before visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market I never knew what to expect, does it look like a fish market back in the Philippines where it’s all wet and smelly? Or will it be something...