Tagged: Seafood

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Coconut Crusted Prawns with Pineapple Salsa

A while back we had one of our office team building activities at Auckland Seafood School and another one was this post of ours today the Coconut Crusted Prawns with Pineapple Salsa. Both dishes...

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Sarciadong Isda, Ampalaya at Tausi

I have been craving for Filipino style vegetables lately, more specifically Ilocano dishes so bear with me if you don’t see a lot of meat dishes but instead more its leafy counterparts. It is...

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Industry Zen (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

I heard good raves about this viaduct restaurant, its Instagram worthy photos are getting viral at least on this part of the globe, their presentation is quite up there if compared to other Japanese...

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Binukadkad na Isda

Binukadkad na Isda is a Filipino dish prepared with butterflied fish fried to a very crispy state. I know frying is quite easy but frying fish like this is a different ball game on...

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Tinolang Shell Fish

There no seafood that can represent the flavour or the ocean than this two shellfish., the clams and mussels. This two seafood are a key ingredient in any seafood dishes like soups and stews...

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Tinapa Spaghetti

Spaghetti in the Philippines is quite a popular dish the spicy sweet sauce made with minced pork, sliced hotdogs and sliced ham served on spaghetti pasta have been a staple in most of the...

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Kinunot

Kinunot or Kinunot na is a Filipino dish from the Bicol province made with flaked stingray, moringa leaves and chillies cooked in a spiced coconut cream sauce. Kinunot na Pagi means flaked in Bicolano...

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Te Matuku Oyster Festival

The only thing that could be better eating than fresh, juicy and plump oysters is having them on Waiheke Island! Come along to the world-famous Te Matuku Oyster Festival at midday on Saturday 5...

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Squid Sisig

Sisig is one of the popular pub food in the Philippines usually made with pork innards served on a sizzling hot plate and dressed with pork brains it is not for everyone especially to...