• Fish/Seafood,  PinoyFoodista,  Salad

    Old Bay Shrimp Salad

    This is the second of my two entries for Pinoy Foodista Cooking Challenge for January 2011. The first one is my Chicken Adobo Salad with Pineapple Vinaigrette. I’ve always wanted to use the Old Bay Seasoning given by Mindy for my first Foodie Exchange. And there’s no better way to use it than with shrimps. Hence, my very simple version of the Old Bay Shrimp Salad.

  • Asian,  Pork,  Tasty Tuesday

    Tasty Tuesday: Pork and Shrimp Dumplings

    In my last post, I told you about this wedding gift that we didn’t open until now. It’s a 20-piece cookware set and the one item I loved the most from the set is the steamer. I have always wanted to cook steamed food but the only steamer I have at home is that single layer steamer which is actually just an accessory to a rice cooker. The old steamer works but this new one is a lot better 🙂 The very first dish I made from the new steamer is a steamed favorite: Pork and Shrimp Dumplings.           I have never made dumplings before and…

  • Fish/Seafood

    Tropical Shrimp Ceviche

    In my previous post, I mentioned that I served Tropical Shrimp Ceviche as appetizer for my Foodbuzz 24×24 lunch held last September 4. My concept was to serve Filipino-inspired dishes and if you’re wondering what is Filipino with this dish, you probably must not have thought about our local kilawin 🙂 Our local kilawin is a ceviche. What we use for kilawin is raw fish (either tuna, salmon or tanigue) and we it cook in some form of acid (usually vinegar or calamansi juice). By the way, I have a tip for you. When you make kilawin, have a separate “acid” marinade where you cook the seafood and make a…

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