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Fish in Philippine Cuisine: Isda

Isda at Gulay

“Isda at Gulay” (Fish & Vegetables) by Tina Carolino

  • Escabecheng Isda (Sapsap)
    Escabeche
    Posted in: Fish, Recipes

    INGREDIENTS FOR ESCABECHE: one whole fleshy fish (lapulapu, red snapper, carp or mackerel) 1 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper some flour to dredge the fish in 1 tsp minced garlic 1 tbsp ginger root…

  • Sinigang na Isda (Pampano)
    Sinigang na Isda
    Posted in: Fish, Recipes

    Photos and Instructions by Johnard. How to make Sinigang na Isda (Fish in Sour Broth) Step 1: Walang bangus so pampano na lang. Why? Kasi pareho ang lasa ng belly (taba) nila. Step 2: Hiwain nang pa-slant ang isda para hindi lahat ng tinik mapunta sa isang hiwa lang. Kawawa naman iyong makakuha ng ulo. […]

  • Sinigang na Talakitok
    Sinigang na Talakitok
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    Sinigang na Talakitok by Mommy Shelette. Talakitok is a species of cavalla fish, and sinigang is a sour broth that’s one of the popular dishes in everyday Philippine home cuisine.

  • Kinilaw / Kilawin by Mary Rizale
    Kilawin
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    Kinilaw / Kilawin by Mary Rizale.

    To prepare raw fish or meat for eating without cooking is called kinilaw or kilawin.

  • Bangus (Milkfish)
    Bangus
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    Bangus is the Tagalog word for “milkfish.” The fish’s scientific name is Chanos chanos. What can we make with bangus? Paksiw, sinigang, relleno, adobo, pinaputok, escabeche, sisig, bangus sa tausi…

  • Dalag
    Posted in: Fish

    Carnivorous freshwater mudfish, often dark in color. Black snakehead fish: Channa melasoma Striped snakehead fish: Channa striata Bulanglang na Dalag Mag-ihaw ng dalawa o tatlong dalag na katatagan ang laki. Pagkaluto ay alisin ang apdo at bituka at ang kaliskis na nasunog. Maglaga ng mga hiniwang gulay na papaya, talong, ampalaya, sitaw, patola at sigarilyas. […]

  • Kinilaw na Tuna
    Kinilaw
    Posted in: Fish

    Kinilaw is ceviche. It is fresh fish or even pork “cooked” raw in vinegar. In the photo is Kinilaw na Tuna. The root word is kilaw. To prepare raw fish or meat for eating without cooking is kilawin.

  • Sarciadong Tilapia with Leftover Daing
    Sarciadong Tilapia
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    Sarciadong Tilapia with Leftover Daing by Mommy Shelette. These days the adjective sarsyado is used to describe a fried fish that has been additionally cooked by simmering with tomatoes and onions, and often a beaten egg. The word derives from the Spanish salsa, which means “sauce.” Spelling variations: sarsyado, sarsiyado, sarciado, sarsiado From the 1940s, […]

  • Sapsap na Pinangat sa Kamias
    Sapsap
    Posted in: Fish

    Sapsap na Pinangat sa Kamias by ohlanv235. The fish called sapsap in Tagalog belongs to the family Leiognathidae. It is often identified by the scientific name Gazza achlamys. In English, it’s been called slipmouth fish or ponyfish. Sapsap is often used in Filipino fish stews and soups like paksiw and pangat.

  • Pialang
    Posted in: Fish, Recipes

    This dish usually involves fish, sometimes chicken. English translation of the recipe will be posted after the website update. Please check back! Mga Sangkap Para Sa Pialang 1 isdang kainaman ang laki, o kalahating manok na hindi naman kalakihan Ang lahat ng gatang makuha sa isang niyog 1 pulgadang luyang pinitpit Kaunting pulbos ng dilaw […]

  • Fried Talakitok with Calamansi
    Pritong Talakitok
    Posted in: Fish

    Fried Talakitok with Calamansi by Angie Pastor. Filipinos use the word talakitok for various species of fish, most commonly the jack or bigeye trevally. Another common English translation for it is cavalla. More info after the website update. Do check back!