filipino food

Holy Mackerely! Mackerel fish could hold the secret to weight loss

We all know that Mackerel Fish is healthy because as an oily fish, it has Omega 3 that could help prevent heart diseases, lower risk of diabetes, and control blood pressure levels. Mackerel also has much lower in Mercury than tuna. It is high in protein, and-6 oils, vitamins A and D, and some B vitamins. …

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Crispy Ukoy Recipe -Shrimp Fritters with Sweet and Sour Sauce

The crispy Ukoy, or shrimp fritters, is usually a snack sold as a street food in the afternoon by vendors on the streets. It can serve as an appetizer or partner with a vegetable recipe like Chopsuey or Ginisang Pinakbet sa Giniling (Tagalog) and you have a whole meal. Crispy Ukoy Recipe -Shrimp Fritters with Sweet and Sour …

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Shrimp and Vegetable Crispy Okoy Recipe (Chef Tatungs Version)

The crispy Okoy version that most people know is the shrimp okoy, our version of fritters. It uses small shrimps, and served as a snack with vinegar dipping sauce. My mother sometimes prepares a pure vegetable okoy too, using either togue or kalabasa. One Saturday morning, at the Maya Kitchen, Chef Tatung taught us how to cook …

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