Tilapia for me is a tasty fish meat that deserves some good old kitchen magic that easily brings out its flavor without that “tilapia fishy smell”. With this Tilapia recipe, I’ve used herbs and spices to make this dish aromatic by simply steaming it. INGREDIENTS: […]
Chopped garlic – 3 cloves
Chopped ginger – thumb size
Chopped red onions – medium size
Sliced tomatoes – 3 medium size
Spring Onions – 3 stalks (Separated the whites from the greens)
1 ½ kilo of mussels/tahong
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon white sugar
½ liter water
- First is we need to clean the mussels. remove the hair by trimming it using a knife. Then rinse them with water 3 times.
- Using a large pot, drizzle a bit of cooking oi. Then toss the onions stir for a few seconds, followed by the garlic and ginger.
- Then pour the mussels in. Stir for a minute to make sure each of these shell fish gets the proper heat.
- Then lets add the tomatoes, followed by the white spring onion stalks. Then add ½ a liter of water. Then our lokot. And we will let this cook for about 4 minutes.
- Then stir again making sure each ingredients are cooked. Add the salt, and a sprinkle of white sugar to balance the flavor.
- Let it boil again for 2 minutes. And we are done!
- Serve hot and enjoy it as a starter or pair with a steamy bowl of rice.
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