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*Note: I would like to inform everyone that Food Friday will start early for two consecutive weeks (which will start next week):
:December 21 (Wednesday) until December 26 (Monday)
:December 28 (Wednesday) until January 02, 2012 (Monday).
Most, if not all, of us will probably be busy during those times and that's why I've decided to open the linky a little bit longer than the usual. ^_^

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

Ms. Girlie who blogs over at Mommy and Matt (and Daddy too) with her blog post:
Chicken fingers

Now that shot is really tempting, isn't it? Love it! Ms. Girlie's blog is a place where she posts  moments shared together with her family and photos of her son, Matt. Do visit her fsite and check what cute Matt has been up to lately.
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My post for this week is Steamed Milkfish with Dill and Pepper.

Ingredients used:
  • milkfish belly
  • dried dill, freshly ground pepper, salt,
  • chili slices (green finger pepper), sliced garlic, water 
  • a few drops of soy sauce and coconut vinegar
  • sesame oil (optional)

  • Heat up your steamer.
  • Dump the milkfish (skin side down) and the other ingredients (except for the sesame oil) in a container suitable for steaming (I used an aluminum container).
  • Once the water in the steamer is boiling merrily, place the milkfish inside.
  • Wait for around 15mins, or until the fish meat has turned white and flakes off easily.
  • Remove from steamer then drizzle a bit of sesame oil, if you like.
  • Serve hot with steamed rice.

In my case, I sneaked in some slices of raw chili...I just love the heat as well as the added taste and aroma. :)

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12 shared thoughts:

Dhemz at: Fri Dec 16, 02:14:00 AM GMT+8 said...

oh, the milkfish belly! how I miss it...ala kasi bangus dito...ehehhee...buti pa sa Cali meron...yum!

Oggi at: Fri Dec 16, 02:39:00 AM GMT+8 said...

OMG! Super sarap Maiylah.:)

Sorry, my entry this week is for dogs. lol

Jenn at: Fri Dec 16, 02:54:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Belly is my favorite part of the milkfish and this made me drool! Ang simple lang, kaya gustong gusto kong i-try... I just need to find fresh dill.

Arlene at: Fri Dec 16, 04:24:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Hello Mhai! It's been awhile since my last entry. ^^ I wish you a merry Christmas!

Unknown at: Fri Dec 16, 11:37:00 PM GMT+8 said...

oh, my favorite part, bangus belly! sarapppp!
pag bangus ang ulam at nauna akong kumain, don't be surprised kasi missing lahat ng bangus belly pagkatapos ko. LOL

France@beyondthepeel at: Sat Dec 17, 01:33:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I love the monk fish recipe. WHat a nice idea. It's simple and flavorful. I think my husband would be stoked to make this sometime. I'm sharing a recipe for some yummy Almond Power Bars that could easily even be snuck into a Christmas goodie platter their so good.

Kate at: Sat Dec 17, 04:38:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Looks yummy with steamed rice!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe Maiylah! Happy Weekend! :)

Dudut at: Sat Dec 17, 09:38:00 PM GMT+8 said...

wow! steamed fish with dill...B would love this!

I missed you maiylah! got news to share!

advance Merry Christmas!

Icar at: Sun Dec 18, 07:16:00 AM GMT+8 said...

FIRST TIME TO JOIN HERE!I am a new follower too!

Gene at: Sun Dec 18, 07:45:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I think I'm the only person who doesn't like bangus belly. Whenever there was a gathering, I was like, go ahead fight over the bangus belly, I just sit here eating my fish tail. Hahaha!

maiylah at: Mon Dec 19, 09:27:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Dhemz
...hehehe, ganun ba? sayang.

thanks, Ms. Oggi
...sarap pa rin ung dog biscuits! am sure it even tastes much better than some of the biscuits being sold for humans! lol

thanks, Jenn not too sure if fresh dill is readily available here. that's why i used the dried ones. hope you'll like the result!

thanks, 'Lene
...Merry Christmas, too! sorry to hear about what happened over at Mindanao. grabe kaayo, 'no? nobody expected it gyud kay typhoons normally doesn't pass through Mindanao! stay safe and dry, 'Lene.

thanks, LM
...hahaha, naku meron din family members who do the same thing! lol

thanks, France
...yes, it is really so simple! i hope you'll like the result! love your almond power bars recipe!

thanks, Dudut
...congratulations on your recipe being published! so happy for you! wohoooo!!!!

thanks, Miss Kate
...and i loved the meal that you shared over!

thanks, Icar
...thanks so much for joining, Icar!
...followed you back via GFC, networked blogs, and your FB page.

thanks, Gene
...hahaha, before deboned bangus was popularized we shy away from the tail kasi maraming tinik. but now that bangus is usually being sold deboned, youngest prefers the tail, too!

thanks so much for sharing your yummy blog food posts this week, everyone!
much much appreciated! <3


Lainy at: Tue Jan 03, 09:23:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Sobrang sarap naman talaga! Tulo laway nako dito, LOL!

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