Lemony Baked Pompano w/ Old Bay & Organic No-Salt Seasonings

Howdy Eveybody? It’s been a long time that you haven’t heard from me, anyway, so many things had happened & I’m back again! Here’ s a recipe utilizing fish as a healthy protein sources of our daily food. Look at the next picture for our ingredients. INGREDIENTS: a whole Pompano fish (cleaned, washed, dried, sliced…

Baked Boneless Milkfish

I usually ordered this baked fish from a caterer but she won’t give me the recipe. This  New Year, her secret recipe is no more! I finally found this elusive recipe.  This is my first attempt on this famous lemony cheesy boneless fish. Actually the recipe is simple and the ingredients are few. Let’s gather…

Steamed Banana Leaves Wrapped Promfet

Steaming is one of the many healthy ways of cooking and despite most people’s assumption  that fish will taste bland and flavorless it is far from the truth and that proper seasonings and flavorings before steaming will enhance its natural flavor, moisture and shape even you overcook it. So let’s gather up our ingredients below….

Pesang Sea Bass “Ginger Stewed Sea Bass”

As hubby continue to regain his mojo back, he  really longs for the native, soupy dishes from our country but with some change, from being Kapampangan to Tagalog. When you are from that region of the Philippines which is Pampanga, you are a Kapampangan, the foods are really fantastic, delicious but ends with do, like…

Garden Herbs on Broiled Wild Caught Salmon

This summertime, the joy I experienced picking and cutting fresh herbs from my pocket garden and incorporating them on my simple baking or broiling is incredibly satisfying. See the few ingredients below if you want a less salty but flavorful dose of omega 3’s.   INGREDIENTS; 2-3 lbs. wild caught salmon (rinsed, drained and paper…

Alaskan Cod Mediterranean

Just got back from Las Vegas and I cooked most of my specialties in 2 of the gorgeous homes we stayed in. Voila! Here comes this recipe.   INGREDIENTS: 3 lbs.Wild Caught Alaskan Cod fillet 5 very red, ripe tomatoes 1 huge yellow onions (chopped) 2 Tbsp. extra virgin oil 1 tsp. Italian seasoning 3/4…

Simple Salmon En Croute

I was dying to learn how to prepare Salmon en Croute, so I got this recipe by phone from our fashion designer turned physician assistant friend Julie Rybitskiy. I didn’t use spinach, so I just used 2 Phyllo sheets, folded the sides, glazed the top with beaten egg yolks, and moistened the folded sides with…

Baked Salmon Steak with Portabello Mushrooms, Capers, and Lime

  I originally planned to make Salmon En Croute, a recipe my friend Julie Ribystkiy taught me by phone, but I bought a 2 pound salmon steak with bones so that idea was scrapped. Anyway, I had to bake this using a procedure that could make use of the ingredients I had on hand.  …

Pinangat My Way

“Pinangat” is a very popular Filipino sour dish using either bilimbi (kamias) or tamarind (sampalok). Since I burnt it on my first attempt due to high heat, I devised a simpler way of boiling the ingredients with little liquids like avocado oil and fish sauce, and just steaming the milkfish inside the pot then covering…