Crispy Tahong is a simple deep fried mussels that you can enjoy with beer or even as a viand with rice.
Tahong (In Tagalog) or Mussels is a popular seafood in the Philippines due to the fact that it is very nutritious at the same time it is very affordable less than $2.00 a kilo at the time of this post. It is also quick to prepare as these shellfish cooks really fast so making dinner using this molluscs can save you lots of time.
Filipinos enjoy this but we only have a limited number of recipes in our cuisine and the most common ones or might be the only ones are Tinolang Tahong (Mussel and Ginger Soup) and Baked Tahong (Baked Mussels topped with Cheese), hence since then I am in the hunt for new recipes and introduce them here so Filipinos can have different alternative ways to prepare them. So far I have several recipes that I think the Filipino palate will enjoy like this Stir Fried Mussels with Black Bean and Chilli Sauce, Mussel Fritters and Butter Garlic Mussels. Today I will also add to that collection this Crispy Tahong, a simple deep fried mussels that you can enjoy with beer or even as a viand with rice.
Awwwww…too bad I’ve used up all my NZ mussels, MYR35 a box here, around 50 inside, I think. Expensive. In no hurry to buy some more. 🙁
I dont see any instruction wherr you put the garlic
Its on step three