This is a recipe for Baked Tahong with Butter Cheese and Roasted Garlic. Compared to our previous baked tahong recipe, this version makes use of fried garlic. You can also call it roasted or toasted garlic, like what I did in the title.However, the proper term should be fried because it was fried in oil until […]
Tinolang Tahong with Malunggay is a version of mussel soup wherein mussels are cooked with ginger broth and lemongrass along with malunggay. Moringa Oleifera or drumstick tree are some of the names given to malunggay. The leaves are used for this recipe. It is known to be very high in Vitamin A. Tinolang tahong with […]
Relyenong Tahong or Stuffed Mussels make a great appetizer. This can also be enjoyed as a main dish with rice and ketchup. The Philippines has a bountiful supply of mussels (and oysters too). These come-in with a lower price compared to other seafood, which makes this an ideal choice for many Filipinos. Aside from large […]
There are many delicious ways to cook mussels. You can bake them, grill them, boil them, and deep fry them like what we are doing now – Deep Fried Mussels. Cooking deep fried mussel is easy. However, you should ensure that the mussels are cleaned and the mussel meats are removed from the shell before […]
Tinolang Tahong is a mussel soup recipe with ginger and spinach.
This recipe is inspired by a famous Filipino soup dish called tinolang manok or chicken tinola — which uses chicken, green papaya wedges, and chili pepper leaves.
This mussel soup recipe is simple, budget-friendly, and delicious. This is also quick to prepare. It took me only 15 minutes to cook this dish.