Canned Salmon Paksiw Style

Canned Salmon Paksiw Style

Canned Salmon Paksiw Style. Today being a Holy Friday I would like to share a very simple but distinctly Pinoy canned salmon recipe. The recipe is down to earth simple, can be prepared and cooked in less than 10 minutes. 

Paksiw na Delatang Salmon

The cooking method is basically similar to cooking a regular fish paksiw dish, the only difference is the vinegar should be cooked before adding the canned salmon. Now if you have not gone to the market today or find the price of fish unreasonably expensive this Lenten Season,

Paksiw na Sardinas

Canned Salmon Paksiw Style is a perfect dish for this day of abstaining. Here is the recipe of  Canned Salmon Paksiw Style.

Ingredients:

2 big cans Saba canned salmon, drained
2-3 clove garlic, crushed
2-3 thumb size ginger, peeled, cut into strips
1 small size onion, peeled, sliced
1/2 tsp. cracked peppercorns
1/4 cup vinegar or 2-3 tbsp sampalok sinigang mix
salt

Cooking procedure:

In a medium size sauce pan bring to a boil 1/2 cup of water then add all the other ingredients except the canned salmon and salt. Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. Now add in the canned salmon, using the ladle break the salmon into smaller pieces. Continue to cook for another 2 to 3 minutes or until almost dry, correct saltiness if required. Serve with garlic fried rice.

See related Fish Paksiw recipes; 

Tanguigue Steak Paksiw with Eggplant 
Paksiw na Alumahan sa Kamias 
Paksiw na Sapsap, Paksiw na Isda 
Paksiw na Dilis sa Dahon ng Saging 
Paksiw na Bisugo sa Sampalok 
Paksiw na Matambaka 
Paksiw na Bangus 
Paksiw na Bisugo sa Kamias 
Paksiw na Biya, Nilingta ti Suka nga Bunog 
Paksiw na Salay Salay sa Kamias 
Paksiw na Dulong 
Paksiw na Bisugo 
Paksiw na Asuhos 
Paksiw sa Gata, Guinataang Tulingan 
Pinangat na Ayungin sa Sampalok 
Inun Unan na Pampano sa Iba, Paksiw na Pampano sa Kamias

See other canned salmon recipes:

Misua with Canned Salmon Soup
Instant Chicken Noodle Soup with Canned Salmon

Comments

  1. Great recipe for this Lenten season! Thanks!

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  2. Very creative of you. That tastes almost like paksiw na bangus boneless version.

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