30 October 2018

Tinapa Rice

As someone who truthfully loves eating regardless of mood, I have lots of comfort foods. But of course, I will always have a favorite – Pinoy breakfast! There's really something magical about our breakfast dishes that give anyone warmth and solace. Glad that the Filipino cuisine is starting to make its mark in the international scene. Have you seen the video where Gordon Ramsay chose an adobo-inspired burger in a cook-off on Good Morning America? I was so kilig for us! We're finally getting more attention now. Because really, masasarap ang pagkaing Pinoy! Especially the ones with rice. Actually, I can't live without it! Hindi ko kaya ang no-rice diet. 

So anyway, when the tinapa-daing guy passed by, I knew what I'd be making. This is just an easy recipe that even my 10-year-old girl can cook so I hope you would try it next time you serve breakfast food to your loved ones. By the way, do you eat brekky anytime of the day like we do? If yes, here's my Tinapa Rice recipe, perfect to pair with salted egg and tomatoes. Yum!


- 4 cups cooked rice
- 4 pcs smoked galunggong, deboned and flaked
- 6 cloves of garlic, minced
- 2 eggs, beaten
- salt and pepper
- spring onion, chopped
- 3 to 4 tbsps cooking oil
- salted egg and tomato for toppings


1. In your kawali, sauté garlic in oil until golden brown. I always remind in my recipes to never burn garlic because it ruins the dish. So please, you know the drill.

2. Add tinapa flakes and stir-fry for about 3 minutes. Better if done in low heat so flavor will be incorporated with the oil well. You may use other kinds of smoked fish but I think smoked galunggong is delish 'cause fried galunggong itself is so good already.

3. Add cooked rice then pour the beaten eggs on top. Season with salt and pepper. Toss rice with feelings.

4. Cook the rice further till your preferred texture. Do not overdo, though. Else, you will have rice crispies! Add the spring onion and gently toss.

5. Serve on a shallow plate and top with sliced salted egg and tomatoes. Enjoy!

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