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Old 03-02-2009, 04:33 PM
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Default HomeMade Bangus Sardines in Tomatoe Sauce

Sir Nelson eto na po! ang fav mong Sardinas.

Ingredients :
1 kilo of small bangus (milkfish), not more than six inches long
2 carrots, sliced thinly
1 c. of tomato sauce
1/2 c. of olive oil
2 onions, sliced thinly
4 tomatoes, roughly chopped
1 tbsp. of finely minced garlic
1 bay leaf
5-6 peppercorns
2 red hot chili peppers
1-1/2 tsp. of salt
3 tsp. of sugar
1/2 c. of water

Cooking procedure :

Cut off the heads and tail tips of the bangus.
Mix together all the ingredients except the bangus and carrots. Pour into the pressure-cooker. Arrange the fish side by side in layers. Cover with the sliced carrots.
Lock the pressure cooker and set over high heat. When the valve starts to whistle, lower the heat and cook for an hour to an hour and a half, depending on the size of the fish.
Turn off the heat. Open the pressure cooker after allowing the pressure to dissipate, about 10 to 15 minutes. Carefully lift each fish and transfer to a shallow serving bowl, arranging them side by side.
Serve hot with steamed rice or pan de sal.

sir nels, punta ako dyn dala ako ng pandesal ha..yuhooo
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HomeMade Spanish Style Sardines

1/2 k. sardines (cleaned, scaled, cut its head and tail off, and rolled in salt)
1 pc. carrot (cut thickly)
3 pcs. pickled cucumber (cut thickly)
2 pcs. bay leaf
ground pepper
salt
1/2 cup olive oil (or any other healthy alternative)
1/2 cup water
fish sauce (to taste)
siling labuyo (if you like it hot)

Procedure:

Put sardines together with carrots, pickled cucumber, bay leaf, ground pepper, siling labuyo, olive oil, water and fish sauce inside the pressure cooker. Amount of water and oil should be just enough to cover all the ingredients. Cook sardines for 30-45 minutes.
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HomeMade Spanish Style Sardines

1/2 k. sardines (cleaned, scaled, cut its head and tail off, and rolled in salt)
1 pc. carrot (cut thickly)
3 pcs. pickled cucumber (cut thickly)
2 pcs. bay leaf
ground pepper
salt
1/2 cup olive oil (or any other healthy alternative)
1/2 cup water
fish sauce (to taste)
siling labuyo (if you like it hot)

Procedure:

Put sardines together with carrots, pickled cucumber, bay leaf, ground pepper, siling labuyo, olive oil, water and fish sauce inside the pressure cooker. Amount of water and oil should be just enough to cover all the ingredients. Cook sardines for 30-45 minutes.


YEHEY!... sa wakas spanish sardines!... pasensya na Ms Mazel at kung baket 'bottled sardines' ang mention ko!...


DES ES ET!... this is what i am looking for!... in spanish: eso es mi kandaduleng de hanap! see!...

magsa-sideline ako neto... kaya lang, bibili pa ako ng mayonaise at uubusin ko agad para dun ko ilagay yung spanish sardines!...

(pssst Ms Mazel... question... san ko kaya pwede itambak yug sangkatutak na mayonaise?... me tips ka ba sa salad in microwavable containers?- hehehe)

ah eto serious po ms mazel... pwede bang vegetable oil instead na olive oil?... or any alternative?

thanks !
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Old 03-03-2009, 01:02 PM
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YEHEY!... sa wakas spanish sardines!... pasensya na Ms Mazel at kung baket 'bottled sardines' ang mention ko!...


DES ES ET!... this is what i am looking for!... in spanish: eso es mi kandaduleng de hanap! see!...

magsa-sideline ako neto... kaya lang, bibili pa ako ng mayonaise at uubusin ko agad para dun ko ilagay yung spanish sardines!...

(pssst Ms Mazel... question... san ko kaya pwede itambak yug sangkatutak na mayonaise?... me tips ka ba sa salad in microwavable containers?- hehehe)

ah eto serious po ms mazel... pwede bang vegetable oil instead na olive oil?... or any alternative?

thanks !
hahahah!toinks!

bossing, mas ok ang olive oil in making sardines..mas may flavor sya while ang vegetable oil si best for baking.and its high in cholesterol.
Olive oil gives food a better taste and it does not seem so heavy on the stomach which some research suggests is very effective in lowering blood cholesterol levels.

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hahahah!toinks!

bossing, mas ok ang olive oil in making sardines..mas may flavor sya while ang vegetable oil si best for baking.and its high in cholesterol.
Olive oil gives food a better taste and it does not seem so heavy on the stomach which some research suggests is very effective in lowering blood cholesterol levels.
ah ok sige po ms mazel... olive oil it is... ang mahal nga lang... sabagay po, eto lang ang isang katangi-tanging naipamahagi ni magellan na gustong-gusto ko eh so ibigay ang hilig ika nga!

thanks ulit!
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