Tag Archives | Seafood

Lemon Garlic Tilapia

Tilapia, one of the most affordable and easily available fish in the market, is usually prepared with a bit of salt then fried. Nothing beats the simplicity and ease of preparing Tilapia this way, with the crunchy, salty skin and flaky, moist meat. Every now and then, however, you’d want to try something a bit different that […]

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Ginataang-Tilapia Recipe

Ginataang Tilapia

When I was a kid, I used to hate the Lenten season. Apart from not having anything to watch on TV (we didn’t have cable then), I also hated that we only ate fish and vegetables. It is a tradition in the Philippines to abstain from eating meat during the Holy Week. Now that I am older […]

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Braised Fish Fillet with Tofu

So what is it… start going to the gym, eat healthier, exercise regularly? According to an article in Forbes, about 40% of people make New Year’s resolutions, and a good chunk of that has something to do with loosing weight or living a healthier lifestyle. Unfortunately, just around 8% are able to stick to their […]

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Bangus Sisig

The pulutan of choice for most Filipinos, sisig! The lure of sisig is not limited to beer drinkers of course, this dish goes well, REALLY well, with rice. It is a savory treat that appeals to a wide variety of taste buds. Even Anthony Bourdain exclaimed that it was a genius idea! Indeed it is. […]

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Dory Fritters

Let’s face it, Dory fish fillets, though widely available, are not the tastiest. One needs to come up with clever ideas to prepare Dory to really enjoy the meaty fillets. And that’s just what Chef Logro did with this Dory Fritters recipe. Though this dish may be served with rice, I am more inclined to […]

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Aligue Pasta

“Penne is the plural form of the Italian penna, deriving from Latin penna (meaning “feather” or “quill”)”, this statement from wikipedia definitely makes for a better introduction than, say… “I prefer using penne whenever I cook pasta”. Though I really am more inclined into using penne over other pasta. Not only does it hold sauces better, it’s also easier […]

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Thai Fried Stuffed Fish

I’m really not a big fan of fish. The fishy (I don’t know any other adjective to best describe it) taste of the fish (that’s redundant!) repulses me. It could’t be any more basic whenever I cook fish, rub with salt and fry! Since this is the likely fate of the tilapia in the freezer, might […]

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Steamed Tilapia

Stumbling upon a local TV show (Idol sa Kusina), I decided to try some of the recipes they featured. Understand that I’m no cook and the only skill I have in the kitchen is chopping ingredients (and I’m not particularly adept at that). Wanting to eat healthy (for a change), I decided to give the Steamed […]

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