Are you a fan of traditional Filipino seafood dishes? Our country is home to some of the most delicious seafood creations in the world like Paksiw, Ginataang Tilapia, Sarciadong Bangus, and so on! The Philippines also has a very rich and abundant supply of fish and seafood. Moreover, our country is composed of 7,640 islands! That’s why you shouldn’t be surprised that almost every Filipino is familiar with the amazing island life. If your answer to my question is “yes”, then I’m sure that you’ll love what Panlasang Pinoy Recipes prepared to teach us today!
You’re absolutely in for a treat because today, we’re going to learn how to cook Sinaing na Tulingan ala Batangas Style Recipe! Tulingan is the local term for Tuna Mackerel and is best known for its thick, white, and meaty flesh. There are actually a lot of ways to cook Tulingan like Paksiw, Adobo, and Ginataan but probably the best and most popular one is Sinaing which is definitely one of Batangas province’s best creations. So, are you ready? Let’s get cooking!
Sinaing na Tulingan ala Batangas Style Recipe
Prepare to cook yet another iconic Filipino recipe at home that you will absolutely love! Of course, the main ingredient of our recipe for today is Tulingan and the best place to buy fresh Tulingan is from the local market. So if I were you, reach out to your suki from the market and buy one! Nevertheless, the rest of the ingredients that we’ll be using for today can be easily bought from nearby grocery stores and sari-sari stores as well. And as for cooking procedures, I am confident that you’ll be able to follow them without any problem. So don’t worry!
Before we start, the ingredients we’ll be using for today include salt, pepper, seasoning granules, vinegar, onion, garlic, green chili, pork fat, and of course, the main star of the show, Tulingan. The pork fat is equally an important part of the recipe because it brings a lot of flavor and texture into the dish, so make sure to add it!
Alright, now that we’ve gathered everything that we need, it’s time to cook! The first thing that we should do is to thoroughly wash and clean the Tulingan so no foul and stinky smell comes out when we cook it. Remove all the excess dirt and the blood so that the fish cooks nice and tasty, okay? Now that the fish is ready, let’s start cooking!
In a clean pan, combine the Tulingan fish, vinegar, garlic, onion, ginger, salt, pepper, seasoning powder, pork fat, and green chili. Oh, and just like what I’ve mentioned earlier, don’t forget to include the pork fat because it brings a lot of flavor into the dish. Once you’ve done that, simply mix all of the ingredients well and then cover the pan to cook it on high flame. When it comes to a boil, adjust it to medium heat and continue cooking for at least one (1) hour until the meat of the fish becomes soft and tender.
Be sure to check the taste of the dish before turning off the heat so you’ll know what to add. And voila! After enough time, you’ve already successfully cooked this tasty and delicious Sinaing na Tulingan ala Batangas Style Recipe!
So, how was it? That was very easy and enjoyable to do right? Just serve this delicious dish with white rice and ice-cold soda then you’re good to go! I’m sure that everyone who will taste your newfound blockbuster dish will order a lot of extra rice! Oh, and you also have the option to make the dish extra spicy to boost the flavor.
- 1 Kilo of Tulingan Fish
- 1 cup of Vinegar
- 1 tbsp. Salt,
- 1 tsp. Pepper
- 1 tsp. Seasoning granules
- 1 whole Garlic
- 1 Big Onion
- 100 grams of Ginger
- 2 -3 pcs. Green Chilli
- 1⁄4 kilo of Pork fat
- Wash and clean the fish very well. Make sure no more blood comes out from the fish before it cooks to reduce the stinky smell from the fish and make it flat.
- In a pan put together the sliced garlic, ginger, onion, tulingan fish, pork fat.salt, seasoning powder, vinegar, pepper and lastly the green chilli.
- Cover and cook into high flame.
- When it’s boiling put in medium heat and cook for 1 hour for best results.
- minutes before cooking time check the taste it is really good
- Served with white rice. Enjoy