Paksiw na bangus or milk fish is one of the familiar and easy way to cook bangus for the Filipinos aside from the famous sinigang the bangus.
Seared salmon or sear fried salmon is a healthy fish dish and it’s quite simple to prepare and cook. Just make sure not to overcook or overdo the salmon or else it becomes chewy and not so tasty to eat.
Pinaputok na tilapia is just one of the many ways to cook tilapia fish. I love this fish because it’s so versatile. I can fry, grill, steam, paksiw and fillet it.
Fried smelt fish is so easy to prepare and cook. In Filipino or Oriental store, smelt fish is always available and already cleaned. It’s one of my personal favorites fish because it’s tasty, a little sweet and nutty I must say.
Steamed tilapia is a healthier way of cooking fish. Try to steam it with some spices like ginger, onion, bell pepper and other herbs depending on your preference. Here’s my own version of steamed tilapia…
Ginataang isda or fish cooked in coconut milk…for the ginataang isda, I recommend tilapia or sliced, yellow fin fish (we call it oriles in La Union) or you can also have sliced buslugan or tulingan or big galunggong or scad in English.
Tamales na Galunggong or Steamed Scad (Galunggong) Fish Wrapped in Banana. Leaves I’m sure you know this dish if you’re an Ilocano.
Tilapia fillet is one of the well-loved fish dishes in the family. It is considered as finger food and we often include when we have a simple dinner party.
Fried galunggong is an all-time favorite dish of a Filipino…especially if it’s crunchy and the size is just right. You can practically eat even the head of each fish! 🙂 I can say that you’re not a real Filipino if you don’t like fried galunggong.
Daing na Dilis (Dried Fish)