Guinataang dalag (mudfish)

Dalag (mudfish) and vegetables cooked with gata, the freshly squeezed cream from grated coconut, is a dish rich in flavor, color, texture and aroma.When buying dalag, choose one that is still alive. Ask the fish vendor to kill it (gosh, that sounds bad, doesn't it, but … [Read more...]


Steamed mussels, spanish style

Perhaps the most common way of cooking mussels in Filipino cuisine is as a soup with a clear broth (recipe is provided in this journal). Next to this are grilled and baked mussels, the latter usually topped with grated cheese. Steamed mussels, accompanied by a dunking sauce, … [Read more...]

Zemanta Related Posts Thumbnail

Fish fillet with sweet corn and white sauce

I used to prepare this recipe using canned corn kernels. Until I realized that Japanese sweet corn was definitely more fresh than canned corn. What's more, I could serve the dish with corn cobs on the side.Japanese sweet corn is the label that appears in the package of raw … [Read more...]

Zemanta Related Posts Thumbnail

Fish and vegetables stir fry

It was prepared using leftover fish fillet from Maundy Thursday's fried rice and whatever veggies I could find in the fridge.The thing is, odds and ends in the fridge can be whipped up into a great meal. It's really just a matter creating the right combination. Sometimes, … [Read more...]