Blog Archives for category Filipino Fish Recipes


Lemon and Pepper Lapu Lapu Fish Fillet

Philippines is an archipelago of 7,107 islands and islets.  Imagine that some of these islands have names while others don’t… Continue reading »


What is Bangus?

“Fishing is  the sport of the drowning worms” When I was a kid, my parents never had any problem making… Continue reading »


Spicy Tuyo Puttanesca

“When in Rome do as the Romans do”. Kitchen is one of the best venue to probe one’s ingenuity.  We… Continue reading »


Sizzling Hilabos Hipon (Pan Fried Shrimps)

Let’s admit it, we are living now in fast paced society that mother’s job is not only confined to raising… Continue reading »

Sinigang Recipes

If Tom Yum is for Thailand , Sinigang is for Philippines. And If there is one comfort food all Filipinos… Continue reading »


Manila Clams

What’s in the name? I have always loved Manila clam because of its simplicity and versatility.  They go well with… Continue reading »


This is truly a perfect pulutan , fried squid!! And if you are hungry for more try them with white… Continue reading »


How about making your own home-made sardines.  A great way to cook your sardine fish and tomatoes. For a version… Continue reading »


Filipinos love dried fish.  Whether big or small, they will definitely have their favorite dried fish.  Perfect for breakfast or… Continue reading »

Bagoong Guisado

Bagoong is an important Filipino delicacy and ingredients to most of its dishes;  Be careful of its pungent odor for… Continue reading »


Fish Lumpia (Fish Fried Spring Rolls)

Sometimes making kids eat fish could really be a big trouble.  Fish lumpia shanghai (fried fish springroll) could be a… Continue reading »

Pinangat na Tilapia (Stewed Tilapia)

When the season of tomatoes comes, cooking Pinangat na Tilapia is the best way to make use of their abundance…. Continue reading »

Inihaw na Hito (Grilled catfish)

Next to Bangus, Hito (catfish) are Filipinos’ favorite non-salty water fish.  They are normally abundant in some lakes or cultivated. … Continue reading »

Kuhol sa gata (Snails in coconut milk)

When we were kids we used to visit our grandmother’s place in the province where we often spent our best… Continue reading »

Buro Recipe

Buro or balao balao is a Filipino native delicacy made from fermented rice and shrimps, ingenous from the province of… Continue reading »

Rellenong Pusit ( Stuffed Squid)

Here’s an easy recipe to delight your guests. Perfect also for pulutan. Ingredients: about a kilo of fresh squid (big… Continue reading »


Hilabos na Hipon (Quick dish Shrimp)

Size does not matter. When I was a kid, we used to eat a lot of shrimps, although my parents… Continue reading »

Tilapia in Coconut Milk (Ginataang Tilapia)

Tilapia is one of the popular freshwater fishes consumed in the Philippines. There are various ways of cooking them and… Continue reading »


Ginataaang Sugpo sa Pinya

I had this wonderful experience to visit my friends in Bicol. And when we talk about Bicol we cannot avoid… Continue reading »

Okoy or Ukoy Pinoy Shrimp Fried Patties

This is a great complete meal dish! Easy to prepare and will surely please everybody! Ingredients: 1/4 kilo of bean… Continue reading »

Sinigang sa miso

A perfect dish during weekends! You can use bangus or tuna fish for this recipe. Ingredients: 1 big bangus (scales,… Continue reading »

Tuna Sinigang

A soup dish easy to make but will definitely create wonders. You just need to find the freshest ingredients for… Continue reading »

Sinigang na Bangus

This is truly one of the comforting soupy dish I love to eat when the weather is cold. Ingredients: 1… Continue reading »


Paksiw na Bangus

The best way of choosing bangus is by their eyes. It should be shiny and brilliant; It shouldn’t have any… Continue reading »

Ginataang Tulingan

Ingredients: 1 kilo of tulingan (you can replace this with tuna fish) 1 cup of coconut cream 1 onion sliced… Continue reading »

Tilapiang Pangat

Ingredients: 5 to 6 pieces of tilapia some rock salt one cup of kamias or tamarind (you can replace this… Continue reading »

Adobo Pusit

One very important aspect we need to remember when cooking squid is that its never good to over cook them. … Continue reading »


Daing na Bangus

This is one of my favorite breakfast during weekends.  Paired up with a garlic rice and tomato salad absolutely delicious!… Continue reading »

Nilasing na Hipon

Nilasing na hipon ( literally drunk shrimp) is one of my favorite shrimp dish probably just after hilabos or sinigang… Continue reading »

Prawn Pineapple Curry

Let’s talk about shrimp.  In Philippines you will see them in all sizes, in all prices and with different levels… Continue reading »

Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas

This is one of my favorite way to cook Bangus specially during rainy season. Ingredients: 1 big Bangus (cut into… Continue reading »