This salmon belly teriyaki recipe a fluke, an accident that happened during the Christmas break in Baguio. I bought some salmon belly strips which were on buy-1-take-1 sale at the supermarket. I planned on cooking sinigang, but my niece said she wanted it cooked with teriyaki sauce. Her mom (my sis) goes “okay then, salmon belly teriyaki.” So I assumed they knew how to cook it.
Come cooking time… hindi pa pala sila nakaluto ‘nun! *facepalm*
So my niece and I winged it, but it was a success, according to the family (or do they just love us? hehe)
I cooked it again last Sunday for my Mama’s pre-birthday dinner.
My salmon belly teriyaki
Ingredients: (Quantities are approximations. As V says, make intelligent guesses! 😉 ) Continue reading Salmon belly teriyaki recipe
Hubby went to the fish market early today… Yep, he does the weekend market rounds, hooray! Hey, he buys; I cook. That’s how it works. Anyway, he found really fresh pampano (pompano) fish of the “silver” variety for only P220.00 per kilo. So I thought of a pampano fish recipe – fish this fresh is ideal for steaming.
My kids and hubby loooove steamed pampano. Don’t be deceived by the looks of these two cute girls. They can devour one whole steamed fish, I tell ya!
I got this recipe from my cousin along time ago ( i think I was just a kids then, but it somehow stuck to me). I remember it was a humongous carp caught by dad in Binga Dam that got “steamed” by my cousin.
Here’s my take on the steamed pampano fish recipe.
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