Tuyosilog (dried fish, egg and fried rice)


tuyo(dried fish)………….It’s a common breakfast dish for Filipinos.  It is best accompanied by a saute’d tomatoes, onions and eggs and off course the fried rice. While the dried fish is best dipped into a vinegar sauce with chillies. Believe me, after eating a lot of good food this holiday seasons, you will miss to eat this simple kind of meal. This is the last member of the “SILOG” family. to have a recap, I already posted chiksilog (chicken), Tocilog (pork) and more. I just bought the fish that I used here, because the last time I am trying to make a dried fish, the birds ate it all. It is usually cured by putting a lot of salt and let it dry under the sun for about 2-3 days. ……………..Did you know that dried fish is a completely natural product that retains the antioxidant and omega-3 benefits of fresh fish, while constituting a healthy and widely available food for both people and dogs. Fish helps to mitigate the occurrence of heart attacks and keeps the body’s circulation functioning well. Dried fish also provides an excellent source of protein with fewer calories than other foods such as beef. Most dried fish contains little salt or cholesterol while being high in essential vitamins and minerals. It also is low in saturated fat, which is known to aggravate or cause heart and blood-pressure problems……..

Ingredients: good for sharing

  • 4 pcs of dried fish
  • oil for frying
  • 2 pcs eggs
  • 1 whole tomatoes quartered
  • 1 small onions sliced
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 2 cups of fried rice

Procedures:

  • In a pan, fry the fish in a little amount of oil. fry on your desired doneness.
  • In another small pan, heat a littles oi land saute onions and tomatoes then seasoned with salt and pepper/ Stir in eggs and cook for a minute.
  • Enjoy!!!!!!! 
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a simple person who loves to cook!! .....so ride with me as we explore ........"a journey to different cuisines"

Posted on December 28, 2011, in breakffast dishes and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Pesky birds, stealing your hard work and food!! I’d buy it ready-made too! 🙂 But this looks worth it either way.

  2. oh wow..that looks delicious!

  3. Oh! The fish look wonderful!

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