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    Wednesday, March 5, 2014


    If  bistek is for beef cooked like a steak but Filipino style, there is also a delicious fish dish cooked like bistek and the name is fistek, have you tried it? Of course it is yummy, specially this one that's contributed by a loving mom, who loves to cook delicious dishes for her love ones, enjoy this recipe from Miss Gloria Resurreccion of Cavite, Philippines.

    1 kilo any fish of your choice ( this one we used tanigue or Spanish Mackerel)
    1 teaspoon crushed black pepper
    2 onions ( Sliced into rings)
    1/2 cup soy sauce
    1/4 cup water
    2 tablespoons calamansi Juice ( add if needed)
    Salt to taste

    1. Fried the fish then set aside. Saute the onion until soften, remove some for toppings later.
    2. Add the water and black pepper, wait until it is boiling then add the fried fish and simmer for 2 minutes to give a soft texture to the fish, then add the soy sauce and calamansi juice, simmer until the sauce is well blended, turn off the heat. ( Add salt if needed)
    3. Top with ring onions then serve.

    Contributed by: Miss Gloria Resurreccion

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