November 03, 2009

posted by: Cacai M.

sweet and sour fish


Here comes my kitchen journey, my sweet and sour big eyed scad fish. Big eyed scad fish(some called this as cow-eyed fish, or yellow tail snapper) is the English name and "matambaka" is what we named this in the Philippines. This isn't a good fish for sweet and sour but I have it in my ref, and I liked to eat "escabeche" or sweet and sour that time.

So what I did was fry first the fish. While waiting of the fried fish, slice the spices: ginger, tomatoes (more than enough in cooking), green bell pepper, and onion. Then after the fish is fried, heat another skillet and put cooking oil, I put the spices. Then after it was boiled, put the fish over the skillet, and mix with sugar. Then taste!

7 Comments:

  1. Dhemz said...
    agoy kalami ani madam sis..sos maau paka kay naka luto naka ani...:)

    woi tuod madam sis...mangampanya na tuod ko ug sugod....ehhehe!

    if you have time...hope you can vote/comment for Akesha....everyday na nuon madam sis....

    your help is very much appreciated...salamat kaau!
    ryliej said...
    oh lala my tounge is salivating hahaha.. Kalami just san imong fishda madam sis.. meron pa bang left o hahaha..
    kathy said...
    Kalami ani sis.. paborito ni sa akong banana ug ni andrea... pwerte, maglaway man pud ta oi.. hehehehe
    Lulu Post said...
    i am sure this is yummy!!!!
    shydub said...
    Sus escabeche lng akoa karya, kalami ana ba.
    Cecile said...
    nah, kakagutom naman ang ulam dito :-); meron pa ba? ngayo ko bi :-)
    S-H-Y said...
    Kalami nlng sa imo escabeche oi :P..

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