I love spring rolls, whether it’s made with pork or chicken meat or veggies, fried or fresh. And since Lenten Season is coming where we observed no-meat meals, I made this simple recipe of fish spring rolls. I love this variation as it has lesser fat that its meat counterpart.
Here the ingredients:
- mackerel in can but if you use fresh fish, steamed it first and debone then mash using fork.
- 1 med. onion, carrot, parsley, spring onion – chopped then mix to the fish and season with salt and pepper
- Put 1-1/2 tbsp of mixture into the wrapper and roll (please refer to the photo above).
- Fry until golden brown
- Dip in vinegar with lots of garlic or in sweet and spicy sauce. Enjoy!
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These young honey melon were taken from our little urban garden pre-maturely because the tree is already dying which is very unfortunate since there are already fruits in there. The branches are drying and leaves are withering. Hubby tried to save these fruit by picking it early and put in the rice box and see if will still ripen. Yes they did but not as sweet and soft as the matured ones. Well, two turned orangie and sweet, the smallest one was still green but tasted like cucumber, very refreshing.
Our dish for lunch was fried Tilapia, coated with mayonnaise topped with pickle relish. To make it more interesting, we made the honey melon as its side-dish.
They blend perfectly well, the sweet and refreshing taste of honey melon compliments the saltiness of Tilapia, plus the sweet and sour flavor of mayonnaise. It’s not everyday you can taste something like this, a simple dish turned into something delectable. 🙂
Hello folks, the holiday is finally over wheww.. Cheating with our diet by indulging with “sinful” holiday sweets, meaty and fatty foods, lol…
For a change I have this simple yet healthy and delicious baked boneless milkfish (bangus) with veggie toppings to make up for all the diet cheating I have committed haha..
I love bangus but hate the tiny fish bones specially on the tail part, not only once have I experienced being pricked inside my throat, so I’m very careful and also worry for the kids, in case it will happen to them too. Thank goodness for the person/people who thought of this idea of removing the bones from this fish. This boneless bangus is readily available at your favorite supermarkets and wet market.
For the ingredients: Take note all the measurements are depending on your preferences. Continue reading