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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Salsa and Tinapa

I cooked the last pack of tinapa (smoked fish) that we bought the last time we went to the Oriental store in Pittsburgh. We planned to get as many as we could but there were only two packs left in the store. The tinapa that were available were not the ones that hubby likes but we bought it anyway. He likes the galunggong (round scad) but tamban was the only available.

Anyhow, I made my own version of salsa. We have so many cherry tomatoes so that was the one I used before they get bad. I put some pickled hot pepper and scallions. added some black peppers and the soy sauce with calamansi (lemon).
I tell you salsa pa lang busog na ako hahaha.

Hubby and I ate it for breakfast. I felt bad because I did not make a new pot of rice and his first serving is a little short lol. Whenever we eat tinapa, we always need more rice, sarap kasi eh.


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that a little bit of this
and a little dash of that
makes a sumptuous life..

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Wifey10 said...

wow tsalap!hehe..so sad ayaw ng hunny ko ng fish..grrrr :(

JamericanSpice said...

I love the name of your blog! And it's meaning.

I'm definitely following you and thank you for visiting and following me.

Have a fabulous weekend!

And this looks sumptuous! Look at the bold colors! Whoooo

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Rose,
You will always be a Pinay forever, never getting tired of eating Pinoy foods. Pati si John nahawa na sa iyo, lol. Mas masarap nga yung tinapang galunggong o bangus. Ang galing mo namang gumawa nang your own version nang salsa. Ang gandang tingnan. Sa susunod ay magsaing ka nang madami para hindi mabitin si John kapag nagalmusal kayo nang tinapa, lol. Thanks for the yummy post. God bless you all always.

Jenn said...

Tinapa is one of the foods I had to give up when I decided to lose weight, because this food really makes one eat more rice - especially pag nagkamay na. :)

You can check out my Yummy Sunday post HERE.

Dhemz said...

ayay bongga mo badingding....never pa akong gumawa nang salsa...but my 2 SILs na mexican mahilig sila gumawa....:)I like yours kasi super colorful...ehehhe!

may tamban paba jan?hehhehe.....:)

pumunta pala kami sa oriental market dito kanina...my gosh...super mahal nang paninda nila at d sila completo...unlike sa sacramento mura na marami pa choices...tsk..tsk...tsk..ni isda dko maka afford...I was disjointedness kasi ang mahal talaga...waaa!

musta pala weekend nyo badingding?

nightynight na ako...mwah!

imriz said...

wah, gusto ko un salsa, tipo ansarap isawsaw kahit na dilis jan:)

nuts said...

wow, pati si john, kumakain na rin ng tinapa. and i wonder why di ako nakakabili ng tinapa, ang dami dito. alam mo sis, mas masarap ang tinapa na tamban although mas matinik siya, pero like ko taste niya kesa gg.. hehe.. sarap naman ng salsa..colorful..:)

Junneth said...

Wow! makatulo sa laway! daut jud and diet nato ana! huh!

Julie said...

Some lovely rings of yellow capsicum in this recipe that you photograph for us today.

Liz said...

Super sarap! Mapaparami kain ko pag ganyan. :)

Happy MYM!

Liz @ MLC

Poetic Shutterbug said...

What a refreshing and healthy dish.

Linnea W said...

What a colorful dish. It looks so good for you, too. I've been cooking with a lot of bell peppers lately. I buy them buy the bagfull at Costco!

wenn said...

wow, yummy!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Looks and sounds delicious!

Happy RT!

RNSANE said...

I'm not a Filipina but that sure looks good to me, especially your salsa. I actually live in Daly City, CA, an enclave of the Philippines and my neighborhood grocery is Manila Market, a wonderful source of all sorts of yummy things!!

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Your husband is funny! The food looks delicious! good job

Dhemz said...

penge nang tinapa...ehehhehe!

khaye said...

sarap naman po ng tinapa and salsa. pinay na pinay,(tamban pa)

EastCoastLife said...

Such a colourful dish! Wonder how it tastes. :)

chubskulit said...

It tastes so good!

CharmaineZoe said...

Looks great and sounds really yummy!

Natural Homeschool Mama said...

Oooohhh...looks YUMMY. My glands are salivating already. come cook for us please???
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Clarissa said...

Gosh,tulo ang laway ko!Kasalanan ng tinapa mo lol!

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