Ginataang Tilapia (Tilipia in Spicy Coconut Milk)

Ginataang Tilapia (Tilipia in Spicy Coconut Milk)

Try this creamy and spicy, Ginataang Tilapia (Tilapia in coconut milk) recipe. All done in less than 15 minutes! This Ginataang Tilapia is one of the easiest dishes you can do with Tilapia fish. The word 'ginataan' means to cook in coconut milk.  Armin just loves anything that is cooked in coconut milk. His favorite is still, of course, Chicken Curry. You can serve it to him every day and he will never get tired of it! Although he is now starting to get used to eating fish, I find that this recipe…Read more→
Rellenong Bangus (Stuffed Milkfish)

Rellenong Bangus (Stuffed Milkfish)

Bangus or milkfish is notoriously known for having a lot of fish bones. They are also known to make a lot of splatters when fried. Therefore, for those who love milkfish but not all the thing I mentioned above, this Rellenong Bangus recipe is the perfect one for you! Rellyenong Bangus is a stuffed milkfish, wherein the meat is removed without breaking the skin of the fish and stuffed back after the meat is seasoned and cooked. Afterward, the whole milkfish is usually fried to golden crisp.    I for one have an aversion to frying…Read more→
Homemade Spanish Sardines

Homemade Spanish Sardines

Make your own homemade Spanish Sardines with this super easy recipe. Store them in jars to give to your friends or to sell. No pressure cooker needed.Another great find I got from my dear sister-in-law, ate Mia, on our last Paris trip was her Homemade Spanish Sardines.   Back home in the Philippines some years ago, canned Spanish-style sardines became big and everyone fell in love with this spicy sardines in oil and herbs. It was also one of my favorite ready to eat food and we would usually make sure we stock some cans…Read more→
Chili Crab

Chili Crab

Get this easy and simple recipe for this yummy Chili Crab that has the perfect blend of sweet and spicy!I am in heaven! Yes! Crabs are one of the things that make me happy! What makes me more happy about this recipe is how surprisingly simple and easy it is to make. I used blue crabs for this Chili Crab recipe but mangrove (mud) crabs would also be perfect.   It would be better if I could get fresh crabs instead of the frozen one that I was able to manage to get here…Read more→