Tagged: Fish

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...

Ginisang Okra at Dilis

Majority of the Filipino dishes are created more for sustenance and necessity more than anything else hence almost all of the daily dishes served on households are quite simple and nutritious unlike other cuisines that are quite elaborate and flavoured with tons of herbs and spices. Most of these simple...

Sardines and Upo Misua

I guess many Filipinos prepare this on a regular basis specially those ones who are on a tight budget, if you have upo growing in your backyard all you need to buy is sardines and misua which is very affordable back home, then this can feed a lot. Sardines on...

Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon sa Miso

Sinigang will always be my favourite dish, I grew up with it and its very comforting, so regardless of what type of sinigang it is it will always be on my top one. This time we are making sinigang prepared with salmon head and miso, I was craving for this...

Squirrel Fish

Most probably you would not have heard about Huaiyang Cuisine but you might have already seen this Squirrel Fish dish, if yes then that is Huaiyang Cuisine’s most famous dish, a deep fried fish dish usually prepared with either yellow croaker, carp or any other fleshy fish that has a...

Spring Onion Ginger Fish Fillets

As the name suggest Spring Onion Ginger Fish Fillets is a dish made with fish fillets gently stir fried on a sauce made with soy sauce, oyster sauce, ginger and spring onions. A very delicate dish that is very tasty, light fluffy starchy fish fillets is a pleasure to your...

Hinanggup

Hinanggup is a Hiligaynon word which means “Soaked in salt and water” and this is what exactly this dish is, a Karay-a dish of flaked broiled fish and/or fried dried anchovies, sliced onions, spring onions, tomatoes, and salt simply cooked in boiling water, usually served with sinangag or kalo-kalo. It...

Lapu-Lapu de la Reyna (Steamed Fish with Mayonnaise)

Lapu-Lapu de la Reyna or Steamed Lapu-Lapu with Mayonnaise is a Filipino dish of steamed fish served coated with mayonnaise and dressed with assorted colourful vegetables like capsicum, carrots, red onions, pickle relish and eggs, usually Lapu Lapu / Grouper is the fish used on this dish but any large...

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...

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...