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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Easter Food: Tinolang Isda

It's EASTER SUNDAY! Hubby and I bought a fresh Tuna and Red Snapper at a Seafood store. I guess it's the only seafood store around and it's fresh. I was thinking to make a "kinilaw"/sushi but, since I don't have ginger in the pantry, I made this instead. Let's chow people! Tinolang Isda is a Filipino cuisine probably called Fish Stew. You can actually make a "Tinola" recipe using chicken meat or beef and this food is popular for Filipinos. Now, since hubby will be having baked ham for lunch, let me satisfy my simple craving for tinola in this lovely Easter morning:-)Happy Easter Everyone and let us be reborn in the goodness of the Lord Almighty! Do something good to others. This is my entry for Yummy Sunday this week.


  1. this is one of our dish during the Holy Week. Happy Easter Amy!

  2. wow miss tinola... I would love to cook it here but i cannot find fresh fish that perfect for tinola..

    Happy easter..

    first time to join yummy sunday,,,here's my first entry:

  3. Wow i like that you make me hungry...Mine is up.

    Mine is here

  4. This is what I miss the most, specailly the fresh fish since it's not always available here.

    My Yummy Sunday

  5. wow..i miss this ams..huhuhu..

    mine is up too..see you:)


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