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Seafood Recipes — frozen fish recipe

Fish Escabeche

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

How do you like your fish cooked? I like it mine Escabeche style. Many of us Filipinos have eaten escabeche I believe it is one of the most common food eaten in the household. No surprise since Philippines is surrounded with thousands of islands and fish is a staple food aside from rice.  I grow up in a small town and our house is near the beach. We are lucky enough that we get fresh fish every day. Every time fisherman's came back from fishing from dawn to morning, my dad goes to the beach shores and wait for approaching...

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Tri-Seafood Ginataan

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

If you are a seafood lover then you should try this recipe. A quick and simple ginataan with only 3 seafood ingredients.  On this recipe, it is very important to cook the fish first (see video below) with ginger, garlic, and lemon grass before adding the rest of the ingredients. By doing this it takes away the fishy smell and you'll get the aroma of the 3 spices. In any case you don't have the 3 seafoods on this recipe you can always add your own seafood mix. There is no rule! You can play with any ingredients as you...

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Pan fry fish fillet w/ stir fry veggies

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

During this pandemic crisis our options of buying fresh ingredients are limited. In our family, fish is a staple food in the table but since we can’t always go out to buy fresh fish. We opt into buying frozen fish fillets as an alternative. It's not the best but when you cook them with extra ingredients it will still taste good!  Here’s how to cook your fried fish at home restaurant style! Ingredients: 3 tbsp. cooking oil4 pcs fish fillet 1 medium size onion (julienne cut)1 thumb size ginger (julienne cut)2 pcs tomatoes (cut in cubes)2 tbsp. Hoisin sauce2 tbsp. water1 tbsp. sesame oilSalt and pepper...

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