Archive For The “seafood” Category

Tilapia in Pesto Sauce

Tilapia in Pesto Sauce

This easy and very delicious dish was borrowed from the Pinoy Cook. I didn’t change much of the recipe except for the nuts and type of fish used. Since this first try, we’ve made it a regular on our menu, changing up ingredients depending on what we have. I used this dish on king crab…

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Shrimp Ceviche

Shrimp Ceviche

I had some left over cooked shrimps from a shrimp cocktail tray from Costco so I decided to ‘repackage’ it by making a ceviche style salad. Ceviches usually involves something raw and letting it cook in the acidity of the dressing. Even though the shrimps are already pre-cooked, the flavors and spiciness of the lime…

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Salmon with Pinenuts & Capers

Salmon with Pinenuts & Capers

I wish we had more variety in the seafood that we can get here in Durham, but most of the time I am limited to what Costco carries and they only carry salmon, tilapia, trout and the occasional tuna. While I love salmon and can eat it every week, my husband is reaching his breaking…

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Recipes to Rival: Thank George’s Bank

Recipes to Rival: Thank George’s Bank

This is the dish for July’s Recipes to Rival challenge chosen by our hostesses, Belita of Culinary Adventures and Lori of Lipsmacking Goodness. Recipes to Rival is a monthly food blogging event conceived in the spirit of The Daring Bakers where the host or hostess chooses a recipe and everyone in the group makes it…

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Baked Tilapia with Teriyaki Sauce & Onions

Baked Tilapia with Teriyaki Sauce & Onions

As a working mom who usually doesn’t make it home until 6 p.m. to a house full of hungry children and husband, meals such as this, done in less than hour, is great to have in one’s repertoire. The use of bottled teriyaki sauce makes it even simpler.This is another quick and yet still nutritious…

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Catfish in Coconut Milk

Catfish in Coconut Milk

My apologies to Kai for the late posting. The past few weeks have just been too hectic and hadn’t had much time to cook. I really meant to cook something sweet for this month’s Lasang Pinoy challenge, but I ran out of time and decided to just look through my recipes on the ‘wait-to-post’ list…

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Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

I finally had a chance to try my hand out at making my own spring rolls and decided to have a wrap up day when the girls had their sushi rolling day. This would have been a great entry for Lasang Pinoy’s Binalot event, but things just didn’t synch up right and I missed the…

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California Rolls

California Rolls

I was really hoping I would have the new site set up by now, but I just haven’t found the right template or header design yet. I do like the three column design though. Anyway, since I’m still here, I thought I would post the girls’ new obsession, their own maki sushi!

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