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This week's Featured Food Friday player is ...

Mr. Nicholas, with his post Raisin Bread, on his blog: Intelliblog.

I would love to know how to bake breads!  This recipe shared by Mr. Nick goes to my to-do list. Hopefully, I will learn to make a decent bread soon! Click the shot to see his recipe!
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Another quick and easy dish: Fish and Eggplant (in Coconut Milk).


Ingredients:

  • fresh fish
  • eggplants
  • coconut milk (fresh or powdered form)
  • chilis, onions, ginger
  • salt, pepper
  • fish sauce (optional)



Procedure:

  • Clean fish, sprinkle some salt and pepper. Set aside.
  • Put coconut milk on pot, then add the chili, onions, salt, pepper and ginger. Simmer.
  • Add the sliced eggplants and continue simmering until cooked. Remove and set aside.
  • Add the prepared fish. In my case, since I used a very flat fish, it only took about five minutes (or was it less?!) to cook.
  • Return the cooked eggplants to the pot. Simmer for a minute, or two, and adjust seasoning. Add fish sauce, which is totally optional.
  • Yummy served hot, with rice.



Fuss free, easy, and fast! I love cooking )and eating) dishes like this! I wanted to use another veggie, but I only had eggplants, so .... :P

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6 shared thoughts:

Oggi at: Fri Nov 08, 05:02:00 AM GMT+8 said...

My kind of simple dish. Looks yummy.

Winnie at: Fri Nov 08, 06:40:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Beautiful bread!! I'd loooooooooove a slice with lots of butter
Thank you Maiylah for another party :)
Have a great weekend

Hazel Ceej at: Fri Nov 08, 12:13:00 PM GMT+8 said...

The coconut milk in the bowl looks so rich! And with the onions and chili in it - what a culinary beauty! I don't think one can ever have that kind taste anywhere but in PI. It's been ages since I ate 'sapsap' or is that how you call that? My mother is crazy about that fish :)

Mr Nick's Raisin Bread is quite a feature, Maiylah. I love how charming it looks with the cloth it's on. Like you I also want to learn to bake bread. Here's hoping I can do that soon.

Nathalie Dayo at: Fri Nov 08, 02:54:00 PM GMT+8 said...

That looks yummy. I would love to try that fish recipe this weekend. Thanks for hosting yet another delicious food party.

Jenn at: Fri Nov 08, 03:31:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Masarap talaga ang combination ng gata at anghang! Favorite ng late father ko ang isdang 'to. :)

Nicholas V at: Sat Nov 09, 05:25:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for featuring my recipe, Maiylah! That fish looks delicious, would love to try it.
Thanks for hosting.

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