Sinabawang Isda at Gulay is a simple dish composed of mahi-mahi fillets and fresh sweet potato tops (known as talbos ng kamote in Filipino). The name of the dish is translated as fish and vegetable soup. Vegetables such as onion, ginger , and tomato are boiled along with the fish. The sweet potato tops are […]
Sinigang na Lapu lapu sa miso is a Filipino sinigang version that makes use of grouper fish. Just like any other sinigang dishes, this is simple and easy to cook. The outcome is a great tasting dish that will test your self control in terms of having more rice than your usual consumption. I made this dish using the […]
Fish and vegetable dishes are appropriate for most of us this time of the year. Let me share with you my simple version of kinamatisang isda. This is a simple Filipino fish recipe that has a mild flavor. Fish, such as red snapper, is cooked with tomato and onion. The only seasoning that this dish makes […]
A simple salmon dinner such as lemon garlic butter salmon is all I needed to be able to relax and bring back all the energy that were consumed during the day. This butter salmon recipe is so easy and quick to make; cooking this dish did not tire me at all. I am using store […]
Fish with salted black beans is one of the Asian fish recipes that I enjoy for a couple of reasons: it is quick and easy to prepare; and it really tastes awesome – even when eaten with plain white rice. This fish recipe is perfect for lent and for people who love to eat fish […]
Grilled Pompano is a delicious dish that anyone can prepare. Aside from tasting fresh and delicious, I like grilled pompano because it does not require a lot of ingredients and it is simple to prepare. I used black pompano for this recipe. Since pompano is quite fatty, it is a good candidate for grilling. I […]
I think that this simple Baked Swai Fillet is something that you should try for many reasons. The first reason will be the taste, it is not that overpowering, unlike other types fish, while the smell is not too fishy. Baked Swai fillet is also easy to prepare and this recipe has very minimal ingredients. […]
Sinigang na Isda sa Kamias or fish sinigang is a type of Filipino sour soup. This soup dish makes use of fish, tomato, mustard greens, long green peppers, and onion. The souring agent for this sinigang recipe is bilimbi, which is locally known as kamias. This Sinigang na Isda sa Kamias recipe is straightforward. You […]
It has been a practice among Roman Catholics to abstain from eating meat every Friday during lent, and the entire holy week. It is not recommended to eat pork, chicken, beef and other types of meat during this time of the year. However, you can always consume vegetables and seafood. Since lent is a time […]
Before anything else, let me first acquaint you with a section of this blog called “What’s cookin?” This section (or category) is intended to showcase simple yet delicious food that we usually prepare on ordinary or busy days.
Unlike the recipe section, this does not show details on how certain foods are prepared. The ones featured here are done using basic cooking procedures that almost everyone is familiar with. In addition, this section is also intended to promote our appreciation on simple everyday meals that most of us had while growing-up (or still having until now) and remind everyone that some good food does not need to be costly and complicated.
I was craving for pritong bangus (milkfish) since last week: it is not until today that I was able to visit the local Pinoy store to get a pack of bangus marinated in vinegar and crushed garlic. I even saw some salted eggs and was able to grab a dozen.