Friday, July 25, 2014

Astig Recipe: Spicy Black Sea Nangag

How do a male squid ask a female squid to make out with him?  

The male squid will hug the female squid from behind and whisper to her ears, ‘Hold my hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, oooohhh baby!’

Well, I can't think of a nice segue on what to do to leftover adobong pusit from dinner. I hope my joke was able to squirt some joy to you.

I am sharing my very own Spicy Black Sea Nangag recipe that can absolutely perk you up in the this weekend. All you need to do is to check your fridge for other ingredients like leftover fried fish, pat least 3 pieces of siling labuyo, garlic (which I doubt if you have), and cold rice (Yup, that's kaning lamig for you).

Saute the garlic, put the fried fish that you slaughtered into tid bits and then the chopped sili. Put the cold rice then after 5 minutes of mixing, pour in the leftover adobong pusit goes to the wok. Stir, mix and shovel the black sinangag and when you sense that it looks okay to go, turn off the stove and serve it to your waiting wife and son in the dining room.

Did it taste good? Yummy right?

Watch out for more Astig recipe here as soon as I can remember where I placed our slotted turner.     

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