My Yummy Adventure: Tinapa Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes, Or Is It?

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My Yummy Adventure: Tinapa Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes, Or Is It?
Yummy Magazine May Issue

Yummy Magazine May Issue

Aside from regularly checking out www.yummy.ph, this month’s Yummy Magazine issue is one of my favorite as it featured “easy to cook” dishes.

Lazy as I am, I found a truly easy one in the “Quick and Easy” section – Tinapa Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes. I thought this would be a good one for my entry in their bloggers’ contest as well. I had one problem though, we don’t have tinapa (smoked fish) at home.

It was for Sunday dinner and I don’t have time to buy so I was forced to look for a substitute. I came up with a great idea for a substitute, Bangus Fried Bangus!

I also consulted some friends online (specifically in social networking site Plurk) and they approved of my tinapa substitute. 🙂

Online Consultation for a Good Tinapa Substitute

Online Consultation for a Good Tinapa Substitute

And so it was. 🙂

Bangus Rice with Salted Egg and Tomatoes Ingredients

Bangus Rice with Salted Egg and Tomatoes Ingredients

Here are the ingredients I used as patterned from the Yummy Magazine: (for one preparation)

  • Half Bangus Fish
  • Cooking Oil
  • Some Garlic, peeled and minced
  • 1 Cup of white rice
  • pinch of salt
  • minute dash of pepper
  • 1 red egg, peeled and sliced into eights
  • 1 tomato, sliced into six

Procedure:

  1. Debone the Bangus and fry. Flake afterwards
  2. In a large wok, heat the oil and fry the garlic until lightly browned. Add the cooked rice, salt, and pepper and stir together.
  3. Add and mix the flaked bangus strips and stir well. Remove from the heat.
  4. To serve, pour the rice into a serving bowl and top with salted eggs and tomatoes

Fry the Bangus and Flake After

Fry the Bangus and Flake After

Heat the Oil, Fry the Garlic

Heat the Oil, Fry the Garlic

Add the cooked rice, salt, and pepper and stir together.

Add the cooked rice, salt, and pepper and stir together.

Thankfully, my cooking escapade was a success! My Tinapa Bangus Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes tasted great (if not better than with tinapa). 🙂  And that concludes My SundayYummy Adventure!

My Hardwork: Bangus Rice with Salted Egg and Garlic

My Hardwork: Bangus Rice with Salted Egg and Garlic

Top View of My Delicious Bangus Rice on our kitchen table

Top View of My Delicious Bangus Rice on our kitchen table

Also, do check out Yummy’s Facebook and Twitter accounts:  facebook.com/yummymagazine and twitter.com/yummyph

My Bangus Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes and the Tinapa Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes from the Magazine looks the similar isn’t it? 🙂

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Jonel Uy is the EIC of NomNomClub.com and Managing Director of #DigitalCircles.asia, a social media marketing agency. He is also an IT Instructor at Grace Christian College. Know more @ JonelUy.com

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6 Responses to “My Yummy Adventure: Tinapa Rice with Salted Eggs and Tomatoes, Or Is It?”

  1. Ellen Joy says:

    Waaaahhh! nagutom ako dun ah… miss ko na ang itlog na maalat!

  2. The day after we bought our copy of Yummy, my wife prepared this recipe and took to her school for lunch 🙂


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