Lately my husband and I have been trying to change our diet to one that’s based on seafood and vegetables.
Hence I’ve been cooking more fish, shrimps, squid, tofu, eggplants, malunggay and other vegetables at home—except during some recent family celebrations, when we gave in to our craving for some rich Chinese food.
Here’s a seafood dish that’s based on an old Filipino recipe —fish cooked sarciado style. It’s a rather rustic dish, with a simple sauce of onions, garlic and tomatoes enveloping the fish.
The addition of ketchup enhances the flavor of the tomatoes. You can use lapu-lapu, maya-maya or any white fish.
3-4 pc lapu-lapu or mayamaya …
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