Creamy mushroom fish recipe

This quick and easy to cook fish dish with creamy mushroom sauce is a delightful recipe that you can add to your recipe list if you love creamy dishes! It’s a protein and calcium rich food that you can serve for lunch or dinner. Note: Excessive consumption of food is not good to our health…

Honey dark-soy glazed fish

This recipe is a similar version of adobo wherein it is marinated first before cooking, a little different with the spices used, this recipe used honey as the sweetener, dark soy sauce, olive oil, black pepper, garlic and ginger. Note: Excessive consumption of food is not good to our health and can bring a negative…

Escabeche styled- sweet and sour fish

This recipe was cooked in acidic sauce (white vinegar), and brown sugar was added to counteract or balance the sour taste, and to bring the needed sweetness that could make it more delicious! Other ingredients and spices was also added to add color and texture to the recipe. Note: Excessive consumption of food is not…

Sautéed mackerel scad (galunggong) and veggies

This fried and sautéed combination of fish and veggies, is a practical recipe to used up water spinach (kangkong) stalks or the stem! Some people don’t like the idea of cooking the stalks, wherein it was usually discarded after getting the leaves, but this part is edible! Don’t throw it yet, cook this recipe instead!…

Shrimp paste veggie salad

This vegetable salad recipe was added with shrimp paste which we call here the bagoong alamang, this is a fermented condiment commonly used in our country as addition to recipes, or as a dip for green mangoes (raw). It is primarily made from tiny shrimps added with salt and other spices. It’s available in grocery…

Boiled sautéed mung beans and veggies

No meat, no problem! As this recipe won’t make you sad! The mung beans and veggies will prove to you that they are also capable of fulfilling your cravings! This recipe is rich in fiber, protein, antioxidants etc. Note: Excessive consumption of food is not good to our health and can bring a negative result…

Bilimbi sour soup fish recipe

This is a calming sour soup recipe that you can do with galunggong (also known as the blue mackerel scad, round scad or short fin scad). Usually pan-fried is the simplest and easiest way of cooking this, simply sprinkle salt before cooking, but it also has a potential with soup recipes, specially the sour one….

Easy to cook sautéed squid and green beans

This is a quick and easy recipe idea that can save you time in cooking if you are in a hurry to prepare something for a meal. You’ll need squid (this recipe used canned squid, mostly found in grocery stores) and green beans that are also known by many as French beans, string beans or…

Squash and string beans with tuna flakes

Are you looking for a quick and easy dish? Try this easy to cook squash, string beans with tuna flakes! This recipe is rich in fiber, protein and other nutrients that can benefit your body, but always remember that in eating any kind of food whether how simple, delicious or nutritious the dish? We should…

Milk fish in coconut milk

Do you love eating fish but already tired of cooking the same recipe each time? Please don’t hesitate to try this milk fish in coconut milk, you can also use this recipe with tuna, tilapia, salmon or any meaty fish you prefer. The combination of the coconut milk makes it so creamy and delicious, pure…

A flavorful ginger fish recipe

What is your favorite food to eat during cold season? Cold season means calming and peaceful days ahead, you can hear raindrops and feel the cold embrace of the air that surrounds every living and non-living things, and it’s very ideal to eat or drink warm soup or broth coming from your favorite recipes. That’s…

Easy to cook maiden farm fish

Maiden farm fish has a red body that brings them a beautiful appearance and feminine look, this got my attention and interest to cook a recipe out of them. According to my research, these are the Caesio cuning, commonly known as the red belly fish or maiden farm fish, it’s a native fish to the Indian…