Saturday, April 27, 2013

Special Misua

It's cold and windy in my place that is why I have decided to cook misua. Misua is a very thin Filipino noodles and has  a smooth texture making it easy to swallow. I love this dish since I was a kid.

100 grams misua
1 can sardines in tomato sauce
5 cups water
spring onion
 Fried fish balls
2 cloves garlic
1 onion
salt to taste
ground pepper

1. Saute the garlic and onion then add the sardines and simmer for few minutes.
2. add the water and bring to a boil, then add the misua and simmer until soft.
3. Add the spring onion and salt to taste then  turn off the heat.
4. Serve hot and drop some fried fish balls and pepper,  happy eating :-)


  1. Mely, I think you should edit your fishball ingredient indicating "fried". In your Procedure no. 4, it said drop the fish balls. It is fried in your photo and not color white indicating it's raw. I hope this helped in making your blog site more accurate.

    I got lots of misua now (from the Philippines). I can certainly do this and thanks for the idea. The fishballs, I'll replace it with meatballs (which I have now also). To mix this with sardines is really interesting. I hope my twist will still be good. Tks, Mely!

    1. Yes,it's done, thank you for your suggestion, I appreciate it a lot.


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