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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Piniritong Paksiw

Here in Michigan we have to drive at least 45 minutes just to buy fish. I have to buy different kind of fish and Galunggong is one of them. Last week a friend of mine cook galungong and it was just so yummy. The other day I was craving for fish, and I remember my friends way of cooking galungong. I first cook the fish in a paksiw way, then I fry the fish then after frying I put it back to where I fry the fish, and voila it's an instant fish cuisine, lol!! And can you imagine me eating all those fish alone? Well not in one day but for several days, lol!


                                                Linking this post to FOOD FRIDAY



19 comments:

Tetcha said...

We do this, too, especially if we have a lot of fish paksiw leftovers. The paksiw flavor in the fried fish is what really makes this fish dish flavorful.

Luna Miranda said...

when we were kids, my mom fried leftover fish paksiw from dinner for breakfast. she still does it sometimes--it's perfect with tuyo-kalamansi dip and fried rice.:p

Algene said...

I love piniritong isda but I don't eat pinaksiw. I don't know why. lol

Dhemz said...

hala ka...kalami ani! wala man tawon isda dire woi..=..hehhehe...aw naa man pero frozen tawon....kalami ani ikinamot...yum!

aw dili man mo kubol te pag i boil ug sprite ang gizzard.

Iska said...

Hmmm... that is something new. Prito na pinaksiw... sounds yummy!
Nalala ko tuloy nakabili ako ng galunggong dito sa NZ 2 weeks ago... imported from the Philippines! yay!

say cheese said...

mas yummy pag nagkamay :)

Redruby said...

this is more yummy...i love fish and seafood! sarap talaga..
Our Kitchen

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Note to self: Do not visit food posts during the wee hours of the night. Haha! Nagutom naman ako dito Manang Kim. At kamusta naman, 1am na at gusto ko tuloy magbungkal sa fridge. Hahaha! :)

Oggi said...

One of my favorites, crispy fried paksiw na isda..perfect for Lent season.

KM said...

naku, ang hilig ko sa galunggong, kim! dito din sa lugar namin hindi uso ang galunggong :( i remember nung nasa Toronto ako, nakakakain ako but then i had to buy them frozen from the Asian grocery store. gusto ko 'to prito at sawsaw sa UFC ketchup :D

visiting you back for FF.

Nita said...

Di ko pa na try ang piniritong paksiw. Pede pa share ng recipe mo sis?

Happy Yummy Sunday!

Cheers,
Nita

Family Eats and Travels said...

love paksiw.. but I didn't know pwede pala iprito..heheh
thanks for the info... thanks Kim for dropping by my blog :)

anne said...

that smells good and taste heaven visiting from YS. My entry is here Sahm’s Dining Diary thanks!

wifetoalineman02 said...

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm miss eating paksiw, am drooling here Sis :-) Visiting from Yummy Sunday, hope that you can return the visit too.

http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/brown-chocolate-chip-cookies/

mymy said...

oh yes....i can imagine eating all that by myself (in a matter of few days, of course. lol). that's YUMMY!

fallenrhainnes said...

kakakain ko lang pero parang gusto ko ulit kumain..ha ha

maiylah said...

we usually do this to leftover paksiw! yummmm!!!
am craving for one of these right now....lol

thanks so much for sharing over at Food Friday, Manang Kim

wifetoalineman02 said...

Those galunggong fish is what I missed too, miss the crunchiness of it :-( visiting from Food Friday, hope that you can return the visitor

http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-egg-omelet-for-breakfast/

table top fridge said...

I love fish and seafood! this looks delicious!

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