Foodies Bee Hive: Native Food Post ( Mudfish Dish)

in Foodies Bee Hive4 months ago (edited)

Good day everyone and to all members here in @foodiesbeehive community group.

Let me share to you my simple native dish but very popular here in our place. The dish I want to show you all is what we called, tinunoan.

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Name of the Dish: TINUNOAN

Last day I was doing a plan to go fishing here in our river and luckily, I got a big fish and for me, this good for our lunch.

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This is what we called, haloan or in english term mudfish. It lives in the river bank particularly in the mud place of the river and this is what I got last day when I went on fishing.

How To Cook Tinunoan?

First, gather the ingredients:

Garlic
Ginger
Salt
Coconut extract
Other seasonings
Chili
Lemon
Soy sauce

How to Prepare?

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First, clean the mudfish carefully. Removed the internal organs, scales and other uneccessary parts of the fish.

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After cleaning the fish, sliced it carefully and add soy sauce and lemon so it will be marinated the fish to have a good taste of the fish meat.

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Sliced the garlic and ginger into tiny so that it will cook immediately.

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Saute the garlic and ginger. Wait until it cooks, it will goes out the aroma of the garlic and ginger.

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Next, add the sliced mudfish and mixed it carefully to balance the taste.

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Add the extracted coconut gata to the mudfish and mix it carefully to avoid spill. Add the salt and other seasonings and wait it until it cooks.

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This is our TINUNOAN recipe. Thank you for reading my post and have a good day everyone.