Kinilaw na Tanigue or kilawing tanigue is a type of Filipino fish ceviche wherein Wahoo fish fillet is cut into cubes and cured in a mixture of calamansi juice, fresh ginger, onion, chili, and seasonings. Calamansi (which is scientifically known as Calamondin) is a small fruit that looks like key lime. This has a sour […]
Ginataang Yellow Fin Tuna is another version of fish cooked in coconut cream. I used yellow fin tuna fillet for this recipe. I got this fish frozen in a package composed of three large fillets. The thing that I was not expecting is the place where I got this. Nearby supermarkets and Asian stores do not […]
Grilled Stuffed Tilapia is like your typical grilled whole fish except that it is stuffed with delicious veggies inside. It is simple, easy-to-cook, delicious, and totally Filipino. I enjoyed having it with a dip of spicy toyomansi (ponzu). So, how easy is it to make your own grilled stuffed tilapia? Let me tell you. I […]
Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas is a version of sinigang that makes use of ripe guava as the souring agent. Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish that commonly uses unripe tamarind or bilimbi to make the sour sour. This singang na bangus sa bayabas is not as sour as the traditional singing dishes, but […]
Mahi-mahi paksiw is a dish wherein fish such as mahi-mahi (which is also known as dolphin fish – don’t worry, this is not our friendly dolphin flipper) is cooked in vinegar with some spices. This is a simple Filipino recipe and it is consumed best with warm rice. Other names of this dish are paksiw […]
Inihaw na Tilapia or Grilled Tilapia is one of my favorite summer time dishes. There are many ways to prepare inihaw na Tilapia, this recipe will guide you on how to make grilled or inihaw na Tilapia in the simplest way – rubbed with salt and pepper and cooked directly over the grill. Fish such […]
I like to have Grilled Ahi Tuna for lunch on a sunny day. Having it with mango salsa compliments well with the dish and provides it with a refreshing taste. This Grilled Ahi Tuna Recipe will guide you on how to make a flavorful grilled tuna dish that you will surely enjoy. If you will […]
Tuyo fish is a type of Filipino sun dried fish. This is usually fried quickly and eaten with spicy vinegar dip and rice. Tuyo is usually consumed for breakfast in the Philippines, although this dried fish can also be eaten for anytime of the day. A recipe on how to cook tuyo fish is not […]
Honey and Balsamic Glazed Mahi mahi is a healthy and delicious choice for lunch. This will even be better if paired with the good stuff such as brown rice and steamed asparagus. I also like the idea of having mushrooms with mixed vegetables on the side. It will make this dish more healthy, Preparing this […]
Pinangat na Isda is a Filipino Fish dish. There are two popular versions of Pinangat: the sour version using bilimbi (kamias); and the Bicol version with gata. This recipe is the sour version.
Pinangat na Isda is one of the simple Filipino Food that I like eating. There is nothing fancy about this dish, yet I enjoy having it. Maybe it is because of its natural flavor that relaxes my taste buds — or perhaps the nostalgia that it brings.
Cooking pinangat is very easy. How easy? Let’s just say that it is way to easy compared to frying an egg. All you need to do is combine all the ingredients and cook them all at once. Simple, isn’t it?