Tagged: Seafood

Choy Sum Clam Stir Fry

Freestyling again today and now I am tasked to make a very tasty vegetable dish and I know just how to achieve that. Usually green leafy vegetables are quite bitter, and some are quite tasteless, we are going to change that today by giving the humble choy sum a big...

Spabok

Like most dishes in the Philippines each region has its own unique way of preparing their dishes that is why you have many varieties of sinigang, adobo and kakanin. Pancit is nothing different hence you have the likes of Tuguegarao’s Pancit Batil Patong, Isabelas’ Pancit Cabagan, Lucban’s Pancit Habab, Bicol’s...

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...

Cheesy Seafood Tteokbokki

My daughter loves Cheese and Tteokbokki, I love seafood and mixing these elements brings us to this dish that we have today the Cheesy Seafood Tteokbokki, a dish prepared like a normal Tteokbokki but loaded with seafood like prawns, squid, scallops and surimi, it is then finished off with quickmelt...

Poke Bowl

Poke is a Hawaiian word that means “to slice” or “cut crosswise into pieces” and that’s what exactly this dish is, a Hawaiian traditional dish prepared with seafood such as aku (an oily tuna) and heʻe (octopus) that is cut into small pieces then served with condiments such as slat,...

Sinanta

Sinanta a humble noodle soup dish from Cagayan Valley that need great attention, Why? To be frank this so far is the best noodle soup dish I tried from the Filipino cuisine. This noodle dish is the surf and turf Filipino style where you see two seafood and two meats...

Salted Egg Yardlong Beans and Scallops

Another day to clear out our pantry, another day for another ad hoc dish that gave a very surprising result. With my leftover scallops and a bunch of string beans/yardlong beans all we need is a sauce that can make it shine. Soy sauce, oyster sauce, hoisin sauce and tomato...

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...

Ginataang Kangkong

We prepared several simple dishes during the last couple of weeks and I wish to continue that trend, especially now its Lenten season, it’s the best time to abstain from meat, a time for Catholics and various Christian denominations to show acts of penance and sacrifice which exercises their freedom...

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...