Adobong Tanguige, Adobong Isda

Adobong Tanguige, Adobong Isda Recipe
Adobong Tanguige, Adobong Isda. Some variety of fish are good for adobo, tanguige or king fish is one of them. It is basically the same cooking procedure with the meat adobo. Remember though that fish are faster to cook and will easily crumble.

Adobong Tanguige, Adobong Isda

One technique I have learned to minimized the fishy aroma of tanguige or any other fish with out scale is to rub the skin with salt and wash thoroughly before slicing or cutting, then make a final wash and rinse again rinse thoroughly. The best parts for fish adobo is the tail for bigger fish, the belly, the head and/or the collars or panga. For today's recipe I used the tail of a big tanguige or king fish.

Tanguige Tail

Ingredients:

1 kilo tanguige tail or any part.
1 head garlic,feeled,  crushed
2 thumb size ginger, skinned, sliced
1 tsp. peppercorns
2-3 bay leaf
3-5 pieces red hot chili pepper
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup vinegar
salt
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:


Adobong Tanguige, Adobong Isda - Cooking Procedure

Using scissors cut and trim the fins and tails of tanguige. Slice fish crosswise into desired thickness. Wash thoroughly, drain and keep aside. In a medium size sauce pan put the garlic and ginger at the bottom of the pan. Arrange sliced fish side by side, add in peppercorns, bay leaf and chili. Pour in 1 to 1 1/2 cups of water, add in the vinegar, soy sauce and about 3 tbsp. cooking oil. Bring to a boil and simmer in medium heat for 20 to 30 minutes or until cooked and sauce thickens to nearly dry, season with salt if required. Serve with a lot of rice.

5 comments:

oggi said...

I love adobong anything, heheh. I once made catfish bellies adobo, sarap!

BTW thanks for visiting my blog, will check your recipes often.:)

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ut-man said...

oggi, thanks for the visit...

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Anonymous said...

since i found your website and tried some of your recipes..dito na ako nag stick sa overseas pinoy cooking.very simple lang ang ingredients pero masarap at nandito na lahat kahit anong gusto kong lutoin.thank you very much for sharing to us your recipes..i love overseas pinoy cooking..:)

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Anonymous said...

Wow, I am from Puerto Rico and the recipe looks very much like "escabeche" (pickled king fish) that we prepare during Good Friday. Amazing similarities.

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ut-man said...

It’s probably due to the Spanish influence...

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