This is my second entry for the Project 366 Blog Photo Challenge and my come back entry for Wednesday Whites.
Don’t think of anything else. This is just Fish Marinara from Sbarro, one of my fave dishes. But I guess, it doesn’t look like a yummylicious as it could. Hehe. I’ll still try harder. LOL!
One of the most common Filipino dishes that is very easy to prepare and cook is the Paksiw na Isda (Fish in Vinegar).
Paksiw na Isda (Fish in Vinegar)
Though I love fishes, only domesticated fishes, I really do not know what’s the name of the fish that my mom used and prepared — Paksiw na Isda (Fish in Vinegar) shown in the above image.
Let me share to you the ingredients in making Paksiw na Isda.
Of course one needs the fish — any kinds of fish will do. Vinegar, this is the most important ingredient aside from the fish itself. One should also prepare garlic. Onions, for me, is not necessary but many prefers Paksiw na Isda to have garlic.
These are just the things to prepare. See? It’s really easy and very affordable. So now, let’s start cooking. Haha!
Cooking Paksiw na Isda (Fish in Vinegar) ain’t really that hard. If preparing its ingredients is very simple, how much more cooking it? LOL! As far as I experience, I just arrange all the above mentioned ingredients in a cooking pan. And set the stove in a low continuous heating. This is to allow the vinegar to be slowly absorbed by the fish meat.
Are you ready now in preparing your own Paksiw na Isda (Fish in Vinegar)?
Yesterday was my classmate and a close friend in medical school’s birthday, Jaymineth. Even though I wasn’t really feeling good yesterday and haven’t fully recovered yet, in fact, I was still feverish yesterday, I really attended her bashful lunch celebration together with other classmates and friends from medical school.
We dine at Casa Verde Resto located near the Crown Hotel, here in Cebu City. Since I have had hard time to swallow hard foods yet, I just opted to order this softly-cooked grilled fish ala pobre.
Grilled Fish Ala Pobre
As mentioned above, the fish was grilled enough not too hard but really soft. If I wasn’t wrong, it was garnished with oil and added with minced garlic. The fish meat was so tasty – enough to my salty choice of taste.
Unfortunately, when I about to ask the waiter to what specific fish they prepared for me, he refuse to tell and just deny that he didn’t know what the name of the fish was. I just wish to know it because I am thinking of suggesting the grilled fish to be prepared this coming holidays at home. And oh, talking about holidays, I am actually wishing to find cheap holidays package deals or even hotels reservation for the upcoming Christmas party of the BisDak Bloggers in CDO. Hopefully, before the event day, I could find one.
It’s Sunday once again guys! It’s time to share our yummiest food servings!
Mine here below is a Sizzling Marinated Blue Marlin which I ate on Monday, October 10, 2011 at the Mooon Cafe in Robinsons Cybergate, Cebu City.
Sizzling Marinated Blue Marlin from Moon Cafe
Aside from the fact that fishes are healthy foods, the sizzling marinated blue marlin was also very lusciously tasteful during that time I was craving for one. This is really a must try.
Have a yummy Sunday everyone!