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Friday, August 21, 2009

Fried Salted Fish

This is a Filipino food called tuyo or dried and salted whole fish. My teenager nephew here was shocked to see the heads and for him its Ewww.LOL. Anyway, this food supposedly is not good for those who have a "high blood" pressure because it is salty. This is good to eat with white rice and home-made rice coffee during breakfast. Good for snacking too. Salted fish and boiled camote or sweet potato, salted fish and saging na saba or banana plantain.
Not all Filipinos love salted fish though. When you cook the salted fish, the smell is not pleasant. In the provinces, this food is common especially for breakfast and it is easy to prepare. The smell will not linger inside the house too because their kitchen has big windows. Keeping the air flow, in and out the house. Most of the houses in the province have no airconditioning unit. Why? No need for aircondition at all because the weather in the province is cool, fresh and clean.
I call this food as the food for the "common tao" in the Philippines. The smell might not be pleasant for others but for me, it smells good and appetizing. Thanks to Rio again for sending me this gift of food.

7 comments:

  1. join FROM MY KITCHEN beh, add the logo and link it to my post---

    http://morefoodadventures.blogspot.com/2009/08/from-my-kitchen-weekend-2.html

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  2. kakagutom...hehehe i love tuyo and danggit..

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  3. this morning i ate bagoong, too. i have a stack of tuyo here sis. i love salty foods. makes me eat more.glad ur kins sent them to you. u have an understandng in laws there, huh.good foryou.

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  4. na miss ko yang tuyo...masarap sa brkfst with matching sawsaw sa suka na may bawang tapos may rice at egg din. yum yum.nagutom tuloy ako.

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  5. nah, kadlawon na dire, gigutom ko tungod dire sa imong bulad wahhh, wala pa man ko bulad dire karon!

    naa pa ba pusit kay ngayo ko!

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  6. Mao pay paghuman nako ug pamahaw Dhay, gigutom na sad ko naglantaw sa imong bulad. I am happy kay nalingaw ka sa imong buwad. Pagmakauli ko next year Dhay magdala ko ug daghan buwad, sure apil ka pirmi sa bahin....kay friend baya ta....hehehee!

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  7. mostly Filipinos Amz, nahan jud og bolad og mingawon jud pag naa sa abroad bah. Akoa ky bakay akong fave nga bolad. yummy!

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