Again, thanks to my Pops for sharing with me his very own specialty - kinilaw na tanigue recipe. Kinilaw, my dear readers, is a term used in the Philippines for cooking seafood, usually fish, in acetic acid
Ingredients1 kg skinned fresh Tanigue or sea bass, must be cubed into bite size pieces 1 cup of kakang gata (coconut cream) 2 tablespoons finely minced garlic 2 cups white vinegar 6 tablespoons lime juice 5 diced tomatoes 1 cup finely minced onion 3 tablespoons finely minced ginger root 1 red bell pepper, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced hot chili peppers (optional) 1/4 cup spring onion, mincedsalt and pepper to tasteSteps in Preparation Wash the fresh Tanigue or sea bass fillets and remove any remaining skin and bones
But this basic chocolate chip cookie recipe I hadn't tried yet. I polled the roommates on which recipe I should try, a chocolate chip cookie one or the chunky oatmeal and peanut butter chipsters, and they all answered the peanut butter cookies
Along with Memorial Day, we also celebrated my dad's birthday this weekend. In the past, he's requested a peanut butter chocolate cake, so I decided to make more of a summer cake that wasn't really a cake by making this torte, that I first saw in Dorie Greenspan's baking cookbook
The thing is the recipes that the Doristas chose for September were mostly fishy or sweet. I was about to skip this weeks recipe too but then changed my mind and adapted it cook Chicken Pot Roast in Port
I have a whole stack of mango recipes lined up to be posted. Come mango season and the mango mania hit me hard too and I went on a rampage collecting and trying out recipes, starring this 'king of fruits'
You know you’ve had a busy day in the kitchen when you misread a recipe and only realise it the next day, having racked your brains over and over again to try to figure out what’s going wrong but you just can’t