Ampig

Ampig is a coral reef fish that can be catch through cross bow

Ampig, a coral fish and abundant in Apatot, San Esteban. Catch through crossbow.  The one in the picture measures at 10 inches. When small, you usually see at aquarium. Colors sometimes glowing green, yellow, black, orange, pink. They live in corals of seashore.

According to Manang Rosa, the whom i bought this, it can be cooked through steam, fried. Sinigang is not recommended.

Ampig, an exotic food… padasenyo.

Dinakdakan A Langka

dinakdakan a langka
daytoy ti inpasangoda kadakami iti panagturongmi iti Lingaoa, Santa Cruz, I Sur

Kasapulan:
langka, saan a naluom
gita ti niog
laya, lasona, paminta, suka, asin

Pamay-an:
Ilaga ti langka agingga a maluto. Ikkaten ti langka ket ikabil iti mallukong. Ikkan kadagiti pagparaman kas koma ti laya, lasona, paminta, suka ken asin. Kamaudiananna, ikabil ti gita ti niog.

Paksiw Na Bunog

Paksiw Na Bunog; Ilocano's Favorite Food
Paksiw Na Bunog; Ilocano's Favorite Food

Mga 2 to 3 inches siguro ang haba.  Makikita ang ‘bunog’ sa mababaw na bahagi ng freshwater na ilog. Masarap na paksiw, but can be cooked also with ginataan, or daing.

Madali lang na hanapin na suka, paminta, bawang, lasona at laya.  But the hardest part of it is to catch this little fish in Amburayan river. Oh yeah, this one is in Sigay, Ilocos Sur, fresh from Kinibor river.

Hey joe, you know what’s english of ‘bunog’?

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