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Filipino Escabeche

Escabeche also known as sweet and sour fish. This recipe was originally introduced by Spanish and then adapted by Filipinos. Lapu-lapu fish is commonly used; however, different types of fish can be used such as Tilapia, dalagang bukid etc. as a substitute or you can add your own variation. [hr] [wpsr_facebook][wpsr_pinterest][wpsr_stumbleupon][wpsr_linkedin] [hr] [two_third] [btn color=”orange” …

sinigang na hipon
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Sinigang na Hipon (Shrimp)

Sinigang means cooking a dish with sour soup. Tamarind, calamansi extract, and  tomatoes are usually the ingredients used to make the soup sour. One of the variation of sinigang dishes is sinigang na hipon. This soup can be cooked using a variety of vegetables and meat. In this case, we are using shrimp or prawn …

ginataang tulingan
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Ginataang Tulingan

Ginataang tulingan is made with local tulingan fish or skipjack tuna and coconut milk. It is stewed with vegetables such as string beans or eggplant. This can be cooked, in many different ways such as simply boiling the fish with coconut milk. In this recipe, we sear the fish first before adding the seasonings as …

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Fish Fillet and Wild Rice

Fish fillet with wild rice is an elegant and delicious recipe. Made with fresh fillets and rice, this dish is an excellent source of proteins and carbohydrates. When combined with the mushroom walnut sauce, the recipe is out of this world. Serve this with your favorite vegetable or garden salad. As always, a nice red …

adobong pusit
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Adobong Pusit (Squid Adobo)

One of the best Filipino recipes is adobo. Another variation of this recipe is using seafood such as squid, thus it’s called adobong Pusit. In making this dish, it is important not to overcook the squid so that the juices maintain their sweetness. Overcooked squid can become robbery as well. Adding of water is optional, …