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The next Featured in Food Friday player is.......

Ms. Winnie who blogs over at Something Sweet, with her blog post:
*pardon my brownser's could be wrong.

Now who wouldn't want to taste that delicious looking treat! I believe that that's a special yeast cake with nuts incorporated into it. Looks quite new to me that I couldn't help looking around the internet for more about it! Winnie's food blog is filled with so many interesting information together with delicious shots of her creations. Don't be intimidated by the different language, just click on the translator link and you're good to go!

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When I was living with my parents we used to eat fish EVERYDAY. Yeah, everyday. I thought I had eaten all the fish that I needed to last me a lifetime, but I was wrong. Now whenever I get the chance to eat fresh fish I grab that chance. That's why when I saw some fresh fish at a recent mall trip I couldn't help but buy a kilo. I forgot what kind of fish it was (am terrible with names!) but it was so fresh I cooked and named it simply: Oven Toasted Fish


  • fish
  • olive oil, coconut vinegar
  • garlic, tomatoes, pepper, salt,
  • butter

What I did:
  • Clean fish and cut into serving pieces. Add salt.
  • Slice tomatoes and put a layer inside buttered containers (I used medium sized aluminum containers), together with garlic.
  • Add the fish then drizzle a bit of olive oil. Add vinegar and pepper.
  • Place tomatoes on top, if you want.
  • Cover with aluminum foil, but not too tightly.
  • Place in oven toaster (or oven) for around 10-15minutes.
  • Remove the foil and check if cooked; then place back inside the toaster/oven to get those "burnt marks" (totally optional).
  • Take out when you're satisfied with the "burnt marks".
  • Best served hot.

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9 shared thoughts:

Mika at: Fri Nov 18, 01:19:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Pinoy na pinoy! Love your dish Maiylah :)

Winnie at: Fri Nov 18, 01:31:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hi Maiylah
Thank you!
I'm honored to be chosen this week

Oggi at: Fri Nov 18, 07:10:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Yum yum! I love your fish dish. When I was young until I left home for college, we had fish at least twice a week and I have never gotten sawa. The husband can't stand any fish except maybe salmon and I cook fish only for myself which is a good thing...for me.LOL

BTW, the bread is Povitica. Those translation generators always come up with giggle worthy translations. Try translating one of your posts into Tagalog.:)

Unknown at: Fri Nov 18, 10:07:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Mai, inlinkz is not working again-or is it moi? anyway, here's my Food Friday post

My Sweet Camote

by the way, your new header is gorgeous!

Unknown at: Fri Nov 18, 10:15:00 AM GMT+8 said...

your oven-toasted fish looks delicious! i love fish and also terrible with names (LOL). and i always buy the "wrong" fish, according to my mother.

maiylah at: Fri Nov 18, 11:56:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Mika!
...oo nga, dahil sa suka! share tayo! :)

thanks, Winnie
...happy to know that one of your posts was chosen!

thanks, Ms. Oggi
...ngayon ko lang na.appreciate ung fish. lol. hope am not too late!
...regarding the translation, oo nga..weird. I think fovititzh is also another name for povitica. o_0

thanks, LM
...ok naman ung link mo. not to worry, pwede ko ayusin if ever di kita ung pic mo. :) idea why, but i can never really remember all those fish names! alam ko how they look like, but not the names. as long as it's fresh, no probs. :D

many thanks again for sharing your delicious posts, ladies!
learned new things again with your posts! loving this....!!!
enjoy the rest of your week! <3

say cheese at: Fri Nov 18, 02:21:00 PM GMT+8 said...

first i like your new header. wow baked fish love it!

France@beyondthepeel at: Sat Nov 19, 12:06:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Hi Maiylah! Just wanted to share a post we did on Wednesday to help those starting out with whole foods. It's a beginners guide to ridding your house of processed food. Have a great weekend.

maiylah at: Tue Nov 22, 05:20:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Angi
...share tyo! :)

thanks, France
...loved your post! ^_^

thanks so much for sharing your Food Friday posts again, ladies!
hope you had a wonderful weekend! <3

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