Tagged: Fish

Pinangat na Isda

Nangangasim ka na ba? This word is one of the hardest things to translate as it involves a sensation that is not experienced by non-Filipinos. I think the nearest one is drooling but that sensation does not involve the sourness aspect. Pinagat na Isda is one of those dishes that...

Seafood Doria

The first time I had this dish was in Hong Kong, I thought it was a Hong Kong dish like the Baked Pork Chop rice until recently when I saw this dish sold popularly in Japan when we had our vacation there a couple of years ago. Hong Kong love...

Hot Sliced Fish and Vegetable Soup

Sliced Fish Soup is a common Chinese soup dish, its known for its easy and quick preparation as well as its simple flavours. It is a good dish on its own but like I said the original dish tastes simple, what would you expect with just a mixture of fish,...

Rellenong Bangus

I have been dying to make this for the longest time, but I can’t find that much time to make it until now. Making Rellenong Bangus is quite labour intensive specially if you live outside the Philippines where you cannot tell your fishmonger to prepare your bangus relleno style. Back...

Spiced Grilled Fish

It’s still cold here in New Zealand but there is no stopping me to grill a good piece of fish fillet, for you in the Northern Hemisphere there are no excuses as its still considered summer and this dish is perfect for that time of the year especially when you...

Pinamalhan Na Bangus

Pinamalhan is an Ilonggo cooking method where proteins primarily fish are cooked in vinegar and soy sauce with aromatics like ginger, shallots and garlic. The word Pinamalhan came from the Hiligaynon word “mala” meaning dry and this is how this dish is prepared, cooking the fish until it absorbs all...

Larang

Linarang or nilarang is a Cebuano verb that means “to stew with coconut milk and spices”. So basically, it is ginataan Cebuano style. A dish prepared commonly with Parrotfish (Molmol), Stingrays (Pagi), Marlin (Malasugui), Snakehead (Tasik), Puffer fish (Tagontongan) and Spanish Mackerel (Tanguigue) cooked in a spicy coconut milk spiced...

Inaloban a Isda

Our dish today is from the Maranao cosine where it can be found in the Mindanao on the lands surrounding Lake Lanao The flavours of this dish is quite unique if compared with the common Filipino dishes due the use of spices, where dishes in this cuisine is strongly influenced...

Acqua Pazza

I love Jamie Oliver’s new show “Jamie Cooks Italy” where he travels around Italy with Gennaro Contaldo and discover local Italian dishes that are unheard of outside of Italy, recipes that are cooked by local village grandmothers, fishermen, and home cooks, dishes that were handed down from generations through generations...

Tinowang Isda

Tinowang Isda is a Visayan soup dish prepared with fleshy white fish alongside leafy vegetables cooked in water infused with ginger, onions, tomatoes and spring onions. Basically, this is the Tinola of the Visayans, where cooking procedure and ingredients are almost similar to each other. I said almost similar because...