This version of Dried Squid in Coconut Milk Recipe (which is also known as “ginataang pusit”) was discovered by accident. I like to eat squid. However, I prefer fresh over dried or dehydrated squid because it is tender, when cooked properly. As far as dried squid goes, all I knew is that small dried squids can be […]
Ginisang Pusit is a quick and simple sautéed squid recipe that anyone can easily make. The secret to a good ginisang pusit is in the quality of the ingredients: using fresh squid is highly recommended, along with the use of fresh vegetables. Ginisang Pusit has been my go to dish every time I get the […]
Calamari is probably one of the easiest and quickest appetizers to prepare. Every time we order calamari in restaurants, I am always surprised on how fast the servers get back to us with the order already with them — still hot and crunchy on the outside, while very soft in the inside. That is how […]
Sweet Pusit Adobo is a recipe shared by Nenita, which happens to be a regular reader here at Panlasang Pinoy. According to her, this squid recipe is her kid’s favorite. She wanted to share this recipe so you too can try and enjoy this delicious squid dish that her family has been enjoying. Try this […]
Ginataang Pusit or Squid cooked in coconut milk is a quick, easy, and delicious Filipino dish that I love to eat with warm rice. As I’ve d mentioned, this is quick and easy because it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and the steps are simple and straightforward. Many people like this dish spicy […]
Grilled Calamari are marinated squid which are skewered and grilled to perfection. This is a good recipe to try that involves the grill. I know that nothing beats your favorite adobong pusit. I am a fan of that dish too, but let’s give this new comer a warm welcome. I got the idea of skewering […]
Squid sisig is a pleasant-tasting dish made from chopped grilled squid along with some onions and seasonings. This recipe is my second seafood sisig adaptation next to bangus sisig. You will certainly love this dish. In order to make squid sisig, the squid needs to be grilled for a few minutes. Grilling it makes the […]
The Philippines is famous for dishes that use coconut milk. This method of cooking is locally referred to as “Ginataan or Guinataan”, which means to cook in coconut milk.
There are many famous regional dishes that make use coconut milk. Laing, Bicol express, Ginataang Tilapia, Ginataang Manok, Binignit, and Ginataang Mais are some of the popular ones.
Mixed Seafood in Coconut milk is a combination of different seafoods such as crabs, mussels, shrimp, and squid — all cooked in coconut milk or coconut cream. Although it might sound simple, this recipe really tastes good.
Rellenong Pusit literally translates to Stuffed Squid: “relleno” is the Spanish word for stuffed. This recipe calls for large squids to be stuffed with cooked ground pork.It has been part of our culinary culture to create dishes with stuffings. Some of the famous stuffed dishes that I personally adore are Rellenong Bangus, Chicken Galantina, and […]
Pansit Malabon is a flavorful noodle dish that originated in the City of Malabon. This dish resembles the Pancit Palabok but the array of seafood toppings and the traditional tough and thick rice noodles distinguishes this dish.
The reason why this noodle dish seems like a complete seafood sampler is because of the city’s location. Malabon is situated in a coastal area wherein most of the major fish markets are located. The city is also a few minutes away from the huge fish ports of Navotas.
Some of the common seafood ingredients of Pancit Malabon are shrimp, smoked fish flakes (tinapa flakes), and squid. Oysters (talaba) and mussels (tahong) can also be used depending on your preference.
Try this Pancit Malabon Recipe and let me know what you think.