Have some ready to eat preserved but healthy meal for anyone who’s hungry and needs to eat right now.
Tawilis sardines makes a great Filipino breakfast, you can eat it on its own with mounds of rice, or make it into a spread. You can also use it for a basic Tawilis Pasta. It’s very tasty and healthy. This freshwater sardine, found only in the Taal Lake in Batangas can be eaten from head to tail, and is very high in omega-3 fatty acids.
I have not seen this in a lot of food blogs and I hope my recipe helps! It’s an easy recipe and a unique Philippine cuisine.
This is a simple recipe cooked in the pressure cooker with not a lot of spices. Most of them are available in a regular Filipino Pantry.
You can pack this in bottles or small containers and leave outside making sure to eat in three days or in your refrigerator for 2 weeks. Make sure that the fish is fully submerged in oil to prevent spoilage. I mostly just throw away the carrots since they end up getting burnt. You can probably lessen the cooking time to 40 minutes but I want the fish a bit on the toasty side, hence an hour. If you’re making this to sell, cook the sardines in bottles and do it like on this gourmet in a bottle bangus sardines post. You can play with this recipe and add onions, pickles, or olives as you wish. You can also use olive oil.
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