Posts Tagged ‘tahong’

Adobong Tahong with Kangkong Leaves and Tokwa

Ingredients: 1/2 kilo tahong / mussels 2 block tokwa, cubes 1 bundle kangkong 1 head white onion, quartered 3 cloves garlic, minced ginger, sliced ground pepper soy sauce and vinegar to taste Cooking Instructions: Wash and cut young kangkong leaves. Clean tahong. Boil for three minutes. Cool and drain. Remove from the shell. Sauté garlic, […]

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Ang Adobong Tahong

A quick recipe I did for dinner. I observed several video recipes while roasting cacao. I cooked the few mussels bathing in half filled bin near the kitchen sink. That was also while roasting cacao. Other recipes have lot of garlic, with few bay leaves and shells removed. However, I hate dishes with too much […]

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Is This A Tinolang Tahong ?

Don’t be deceived! This is not a real tinolang tahong. This is an ordinary sauteed mussels. The slices of rare ripe papaya were added few minutes before putting off the fire. The remaining heat was enough to make the papaya soft but was too short to cause exchange of flavors.  The papaya barely had tahong […]

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The Lettuce Chips

This chip reminds of ate Bing Angeles, a friend, a woman, who is busy making and selling Ocean Fresh Tahong Chips.  It looked very much like her product and I thought it was hers. Chips in a red transparent pouch. Triangular shape lettuce chips. If I and her were not mistaken it was her who […]

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Why Tahong And Talaba (mussels & oysters) Are Prone To Red Tide?

Every time there is a red tide warning, I always hear the news like this: A red tide alert is raised in blank area. All the residents are advised to refrain from eating shellfish -mussels and oysters! Red tide is really scary. I already heard several news about persons who died from eating contaminated tahong. […]

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