Tagged: Seafood

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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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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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Salted Egg Prawn

Nowadays you see a lot of Salted Egg used as a flavour on dishes, like crab, chicken, vegetables, waffles, even potato chips and French fries. It’s like the new bacon where you can put it in everything and it will taste even better, just the salty eggy, gritty texture is...

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Moules à la Crème

The French really know how to use their cream properly, one great example is this dish a simple mussel dish cooked in white wine and finished with cream. It is a vibrant combination of ocean flavours on a creamy fruity stock. I had a try of the real thing the...

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Crunchy Fried Shrimps

This Crunchy Fried Shrimps is a nice beer match, a dish made with large shrimps in a slightly hot crispy batter with a hot creamy dip. A very simple dish to prepare and will not take more than 15 minutes to cook so you can enjoy a lot more of...

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Saucy Pancit Canton

Saucy Pancit Canton is a type of stir fried noodle dish served with prawns, pork and vegetables on a bed of thick sauce. It lies somewhere between a normal Pancit Canton and Lomi where it’s not that soup nor it’s not that dry, it contains enough sauce just to bring...

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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...

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Sardines with Misua and Patola

Sardines is a popular food item in the Philippines specially during my childhood, it is cheap, can be bought everywhere and delicious, it was a common dish served by less affluent families. I remember I kept on saying to my colleagues how poor some Filipinos are, I told them a...

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Turmeric Fried Fish

Fried fish is fried fish, whatever you do with it, but there are fried fish recipes out there that adds more flavour to it. Some examples are the ones with chillies, some with coriander, some with curry powder and our recipe today where itis infused with turmeric. This recipe does...