Tilapia in Coconut Milk

The family agreed to abstain from meat for two days in observance of the Holy Week.  Starting Maundy Thursday, April 21, 2011, I prepared fish and vegetables for our meals.


Ingredients:
4 medium size fresh Tilapia Fish
Fresh Coconut milk
Ginger- sliced or pressed
10 pcs. Whole Pepper Corn
1 medium sized onion, sliced
Pechay
salt
Bring to boil the coconut milk, add the sliced onion, ginger and the pepper corns, I prefer freshly pressed coconut meat.  If fresh coconut milk is not available, I use canned coconut milk.
Once the coconut milk is boiling, slow down the fire and allow it to simmer, stirring frequently to avoid the coconut milk to curdle. Add salt to taste.
Once the the coconut milk is cooked (brownish), put the tilapia fish, together with the pechay leaves.  Continue simmering until the fish and vegetables are cooked.

5 Comments

  1. Thomas Gibson says:

    This dish looks very good. I do something similar but I bread the tilapia with graham crackers and ginger.

  2. Josie says:

    oh my tilapia..hehehe, fave ko yan kahit prito lng :D
    thanks for grabbing my badge, gawa din me ng separate page for foodie friends, d palang maasikaso, pero for sure nakareserve na space for this site…

  3. joysflair says:

    fave yan ng mga kids ko hihi

    wow! thanks sis, looking forward for my badge to be added in your Josie's Kitchen :)

  4. Willa says:

    wow! magka relative pala ng post natin, parehong gata. I cooked this before, kaso napadami yung gata ko,nalunod yung Tilapia, LOL!
    Btw, I added your badge na sa foodroll ko. Thanks!

  5. joysflair says:

    napansin ko din sis Willa, magkamag-anak post natin ahaha. i added your badge too :)

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