Fish n Crabs
I think this would be my last post for this month, I feel guilty that I fell behind the target of posting 2 blogs per week, I am sorry for that. On the other hand however, I enjoy being a student blogger for the month of MAY, many thanks to Will who is the teacher blogger for this month as well, I have learn a lot, and also to all Buddies that have posted comments at the bottom of my posts, overwhelmed reading those.
Part 2 of my weekends habit hitting a fish market, last week I also went to the market but this time I did'nt go straight up to it. I got up a bit earlier than 5:30 and do some exercise by running a 5kms back and forth along the shore.Anyway skip to fish market again, here what I have got...Fish n Crabs.
Filipinos I have to say loves eating seafoods, either fish or the other kind of seafoods such as, crabs, squids, shrimps you name it. I have made one of the Filipino recipes in cooking crabs, I hope you'll like it We call it " Ginataang Alimasag".
No need to do lot of effort to have it done just a 30 mins exercise. First you have to dry up the crabs by frying them in a medium size frying pan. While waiting for the orange color appearance of them, prepare the veges that you want to incorporate there's no rules in choosing veges by the way. In this recipe I have put in cubed squash, 2 inches chopped sitaw's , pechay, and some chillis mixed them with coconut milk and thats it. I am not sure you'd like by looking only at the picture but I must say this is the kind of Filipino recipe that you would'nt forget once you've eaten it with white rice..Here's another one Fried cheeri fish should be prepared on the table with chopped tomatoes and a cup of soy sauce with a drops of lemon.
Hope you like my presentation of two of our recipes guys. Again I personally say thank you to everyone and to the BBC Learning english team and mostly to BBC for letting me part of a blogger student category. I promise I'll keep in touch.