Tagged: Fish

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Fish Pakora

Pakora is a type of Indian fried snack usually prepared with vegetables such as onion, eggplants, potatoes, plantains, tomatoes, spinach; meat such as fish and chicken; and/or paneer where it is dipped in batter made from gram flour and then deep-fried. With the vast varieties of vegetables and meat there...

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Prawn and Snapper Miso Soup

If you are a seafood soup lover then this one is for you, a soup dish filled with umami which will definitely satisfy even the pickiest taste buds. This dish is simply prepared with snapper fillet or with bones on, prawns and tofu in a savoury dashi stock, no need...

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Stir Fried Fish and Broccoli in Mushroom Black Bean Ginger Sriracha Sauce

Stir Fried Fish and Broccoli in Mushroom Black Bean Ginger Sriracha Sauce is a Chinese dish of oil velveted white fish stir fried with broccoli and shiitake mushrooms served on a sauce made with fermented black beans and soy sauce infused with sriracha sauce for heat. A very delicate dish...

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Kerala Fish Curry

Kerala Fish Curry or Malabar matthi curry is an Indian dish where fish like sardines are cooked in a Kerala Style curry served sometimes with vegetables like okra and onions then served with rice and/or naan, popular varieties add tamarind and coconut milk which adds more complexity to the dish....

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Seafood Pan Roast

Our recipe today was inspired by the Oyster Bar’s Pan Roast recipe located in Palace Station in Las Vegas, a dish so good and popular people from everywhere go to this place just to try them, which means queues at this place can be long and it is regardless of...

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Sinigang na Salmon Belly at Hipon

Large meaty prawns and Fatty Salmon Belly in a savoury sour tamarind broth what more can you ask for in a sinigang, this is the utopia of all sinigangs and I just had it for dinner, was not planning to post it hence the picture but I can’t wait for...

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Fried Galunggong

Galunggong or Mackerel Scad in English is common in the Philippines but this fish is quite abundant and can be found mostly on subtropical islands, considered as a game fish but it is used widely as a bait since large trevally, groupers and snappers feed on them. I ate a...

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Mutya Ng Cavite

Is it just me or does it also occur to you that this dish sounds like s beauty pageant winner? Mutya ng Pilipinas is a popular beauty pageant back in my home country, it showcases the best talents and beauty of the Philippines, similar to this dish where it showcases...

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Inun-unan

Inun unan is a Filipino dish where fish and vegetables like okra, bitter gourd, eggplant and/or string beans are stewed on vinegar and spices. Similar to paksiw this Visayan version difference Inun unan is spiced primarily with ginger and only fish can be used, paksiw can be cooked with other...

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Sinuglaw

Sinugba and Kinilaw is what Sinuglaw is, a marriage of two totally opposite dishes, both delicious in its own ways. Sinugba and Kinilaw are both types of food preparation methods popular in Visayas and Mindanao, sinugba means grilled and kinilaw which means soaked in cone citric acid or vinegar.  Sinugba...