LP 14 - Fish Escabeche

Posted by JMom | Thursday, October 05, 2006 | , , | 12 comments »

Whereas the fish used for this dish is traditionally left whole, I used filets of tilapia instead. This is my version:

Tilapia with ginger sweet & sour sauce


See the recipe for Tilapia with Ginger Sweet & Sour Sauce.

12 comments

  1. Jules // 10/05/2006 10:59 AM  

    mmmmmmmmmmm my mother used to make this dish often, but I didn't know what it was called. I recognized it from the ingredients and the lovely picture.

  2. Tin // 10/05/2006 5:19 PM  

    Hi J,

    How are you doing? Just keep busy blogging huh! Wow, parang kailan lang ngayon LP14 edition na pala - grabe ang bilis and I like your Escabeche entry BTW can I use red snapper instead of tilapia fillet?

    Take care!

  3. iska // 10/05/2006 9:52 PM  

    same with my mom. she used to prepare this for us but i forgot how she does it. i'll try to find out soon.

    im glad u made this entry, JMom. like u, i also dont wanna break my 100% LP attendance :)

  4. babymoi19 // 10/06/2006 12:33 AM  

    hi jmom! i love fish escabeche! i miss that so much..here in pampanga it doesn't seem to be that popular...

  5. JMom // 10/06/2006 11:48 AM  

    Hi Jules, I'm usually not too crazy about sweet and sour dishes, but this one is just perfect for the rare times when I do crave it. I like the addition of ginger best.

    Hi Tin! kumusta ka na? Yes, you can use red snapper. I am actually going to cook some snapper tonight. I just haven't decided how yet :)

    Hi Iska, I'm so glad purple girl extended the deadline for LP. So 100% attendance pa rin ako ;)

    Hi babymoi! It seems like this dish is more common in central and southern parts of the Philippines, ha? I know in the north, like Pangasinan and Baguio, it wasn't very common either.

  6. ces // 10/06/2006 3:24 PM  

    hi j!
    i miss escabeche! good for you for making it before the deadline...ako la pa rin!

  7. Manang // 10/07/2006 12:04 PM  

    I will request my friend to cook this for our get-together this Wednesday. Maybe I can prepare the sauce, and she will take care of the fish...

  8. Mita // 10/07/2006 3:16 PM  

    OMG, LP 14 na pala! I've been so busy too notice. This looks so yummy JMom..one of my favorites!

  9. JMom // 10/08/2006 10:41 PM  

    Hi Ces, I was worried I wasn't going to make it. I only saw the announcement a couple of days before the deadline. Luckily, PPG extended the deadline.

    Hi Manang, I'll look forward to see what you and your friend cook up. That sounds like a great deal!

    Hi Mita, thanks! I hope makahabol ka rin kagaya ko. Extended day ang deadline sabe ni ppg.

  10. Mae // 10/10/2006 5:53 AM  

    Tilapia Escabeche sounds wonderful! I have forgotten about this dish... thanks for the reminder. Oh, i can see a green chilli on top. I like it!

  11. charles ravndal // 10/10/2006 12:56 PM  

    I tried escabeche with salmon and it has pleasing results. And ate your escabeche looks delish!

  12. Karen // 10/18/2006 1:21 AM  

    Hey JMommy!

    Good thing you posted about this. I'm not sure if there are still any at the moment but I have been wanting to try the South American version with avocadoes in the sauce.

    Indeed this recipe fuses Spanish and Chinese - very tasty, and very Lasang Pinoy, hehe!

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