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Ms. Dudut, the owner of  the blog mY TwiSTeD ReCiPeS, with her post:
Oatmeal Choco Chip Cookies

One look at that shot and I felt like I wanted to be a kid to eat TONS of cookies without gaining a pound! lol. Ms. Dudut's site is a place where she mostly blogs about her kitchen experiences. And yes, like what her site name suggests: she 'twists' some of the recipes to her liking, and ultimately comes up with newer and fresher ideas. The kitchen tips she offers are worth reading, too! Her site's such a joy to read and if you want to know what I'm talking about, then go and give her a visit!

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Bangus (Milkfish) Belly in Soy Sauce is my food post for today.

Yup, another simple dish which I believe has lots of variations. Together with soy sauce, one of my sisters cook this with calamansi (calamondin) while over at my parent's house, it is cooked using vinegar, soy sauce, and some ginger slices. Sometimes tausi (fermented black beans) is added, too (minus the soy sauce this time). In my opinion, they all taste good. My recipe's slightly different just because...I feel like it. :D

Ingredients used:

  • milkfish belly (I used one package, roughly around half a kilo)
  • soy sauce (about one-fourth cup)
  • lemon juice (half a lemon)
  • garlic cloves (crushed)
  • chili (sliced)
  • water, freshly ground pepper, sea salt, few drops of sesame oil

How I cooked it:

  • Fish slices should be thawed thoroughly, then cleaned. Place inside the pot and then add in the soy sauce, garlic cloves, freshly ground black pepper, sea salt (go easy on this since the soy sauce is already salty; you can opt not to add this, if you want), and about one-fourth cup of water. Turn on the fire and once it starts 'bubbling' adjust the fire to a lower setting; add the chili then let it simmer for about ten to fifteen more minutes.
  • In my experience, properly thawed fish cooks fairly fast (specially if it is cooked in liquid) so after about fifteen minutes (max) of simmering happily away, you can turn off the heat. Pour in the lemon juice and a few drops of sesame oil, then let the fish slices rest for about a couple or so of minutes, covered.
  • Best served hot. :fire

Paired that off with steamed rice and some tomato slices. That was our lunch. :D

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27 shared thoughts:

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life at: Fri Sep 23, 12:04:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hhhmmm that looks very yummy :)

Dhemz at: Fri Sep 23, 12:29:00 AM GMT+8 said...

my gosh! am drooling...kakamiss ang bangus...I like the presentation sis...:)

Angi at: Fri Sep 23, 02:29:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i smell something fishy over here lol! :D

maiylah at: Fri Sep 23, 05:20:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Tina was! healthy, too...well, as long as i don't overdo the soy sauce and salt! :)

thanks, Dhemz
...sarap ng bangus, 'no? hope you'll have a chance to get and cook one over there! :)

thanks, Angi
... LOL :r

many thanks for linking again, ladies!
happy weekend <3

imriz at: Fri Sep 23, 08:21:00 AM GMT+8 said...

bangus is truly versatile. i made sizzling bangus just last week :)
have a happy weekend.

Mika at: Fri Sep 23, 09:16:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Oh my sis! I am now craving for bangus! It's been a year (literally) since the last time I had it.

Want that for breakfast!!!!! :)

maiylah at: Fri Sep 23, 09:29:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Imriz
...i so agree! that's why i like having one always in the freezer.

thanks, Mika
...a year? whoa...i hope you can get some over there! come on over, am sharing!

many thanks again, ladies!
happy weekend <3

Jenn at: Fri Sep 23, 01:36:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I miss eating bangus! The belly is also my favorite part of the bangus... and this post just made me drool. :)

Pinoy Kitchenette at: Fri Sep 23, 04:58:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I like the belly part of the bangus :) yum yum!

maiylah at: Fri Sep 23, 05:44:00 PM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Jenn
...same here! gusto rin namin ung belly part! mas malasa kasi. and less bones, kung meron man.

thanks, Marge too! :)

many thanks again for linking, ladies!
enjoy your weekend! <3

Kim, USA at: Fri Sep 23, 08:36:00 PM GMT+8 said...

OMG now I am hungry, at umuulan pa naman dito sa amin sarap kumain nang marami hehe. By the way May how did you add a reply here in the comment box, like it. Got to be back will have to post my foodies too ^_^

oggi at: Fri Sep 23, 11:43:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Ooh, my favorite, bangus belly. I love your combination of seasonings, parang bistek. Sarap!

France @beyondthepeel at: Sat Sep 24, 12:45:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I've never tried milkfish belly. Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing. I'll have to add it to my "to try" list!

maiylah at: Sat Sep 24, 05:27:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Manang Kim
...oo, sarap kumain mas lalo na kung umuulan! regarding ung sa comments ko, i customized my template. ito link kung ano ginamit ko: click here. hope that helps...if not, search ka lang sa google about how to 'customize author comments in blogger'. :)

thanks, Ms. Oggi
...oo nga ano, parang bistek! magawa nga yan the idea! :tup

thanks, France
...oh yes, you should try it!

many thanks, everyone!
have a safe and happy weekend! <3

peachkins at: Sat Sep 24, 08:28:00 AM GMT+8 said...

No entry today but hopping here anyway to check out the bangus belly..LOL!

dudut at: Sat Sep 24, 12:32:00 PM GMT+8 said...

oh Maiylah! thank you for that sweet write up, i am humbly honored! thank you so much!

that bangus looks so yummy! I normally steam bangus belly but the method you used is worth trying..thanks for sharing :)

love! love! love!

Arleene at: Sat Sep 24, 01:07:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I am missing paksiw na isda, mai by looking at your entry. am drooling. it's been quite awhile since I have eaten that. I dont cook na kasi just to avoid eating too much.

All foods here are mouthwatering. hehehee

maiylah at: Sat Sep 24, 04:32:00 PM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Peach
...good thing you managed to share your delicious pinakbet!

hi Dudut're very much welcome! :)
...oo nga, ano...pwede pala ung steamed bangus! got to try that!

thanks, 'Lene
...ah, mao ba? so admire you for your discipline in your DARE program, 'Lene! lots of luck!

thanks you so much, ladies!
enjoy your weekend! <3

Gene at: Sun Sep 25, 04:12:00 AM GMT+8 said...

This looks yummy! Ang laman ng fish, but I do not like the fatty belly part. The toddler loves fish but I do not know where to buy fish in hubby's hometown. Do you buy packaged fish in the grocery? Any recommended brand?

maiylah at: Sun Sep 25, 04:39:00 AM GMT+8 said...

hi Gene
...we all go after the belly part because we love the fat, lol. yup, i prefer packaged fish kasi less messy (for me); i forgot the name of the brand (basta it's blue in color...), but if i buy whole deboned bangus usually i go for the Sarangani brand. :)

thanks for sharing your yummy find, Gene
happy weekend! <3

Mirage at: Sun Sep 25, 01:18:00 PM GMT+8 said...

My comfort food! I wish they sell them here like they sell chicken pwet there....pure belly in one pack! :D

maiylah at: Sun Sep 25, 02:45:00 PM GMT+8 said...

hi G,
...same here, i LOVE bangus! i guess it's not that common there, huh? yup, all belly in one pack! super lurve it! <3

happy weekend, G!

{cherry} Everyday at: Mon Sep 26, 09:29:00 AM GMT+8 said...

joining for the first time=)

I rarely eat fish but I love bangus belly too but I only eat it when it's prepared like a daing.

Russo at: Mon Sep 26, 01:08:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Oh my goodness, your blogs are becoming are becoming my new fave. The pics are just stunning as are the recipes.

maiylah at: Mon Sep 26, 01:45:00 PM GMT+8 said...

hi cherry,
...welcome to Food Friday! i love bangus in whatever form it's my mom's not a bangus fan and prefers to eat it as daing, too. :)
...hope to see you again!

hi Russo
...great to be seeing you here!!!! this is my food and picture place..while the other site's my boring and sort-a personal nook. :D
...thanks for the lovely compliments!

thank you so much, ladies! <3

Anonymous at: Wed Sep 28, 01:36:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Returning the follow, thanks for stopping by my blog

maiylah at: Wed Sep 28, 02:05:00 PM GMT+8 said...

much appreciated, Kelly! <3

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