Salted and Dried Fish – Tuyo

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If there is one food I’ve missed in the Philippines that is hawot or tuyo (salted and dried fish), it is good to serve during breakfast with fried egg or sometimes just hot coffee and rice is solve. So when I saw this dried fish in the store I bought a small pack, its different from Philippine tuyo. It is darn too hard to chew and it is not salty either.
Pookie bear don’t like the smell of our apartment every time  I cooked it.  Anyway I just fried few times and it is already forgotten then pookie bear just found out it is already moldy well instead of scolding or telling me that I waste that food he is thankful because he won’t smell it anymore. That’s also the reason why I didn’t fried or touch it, the smell someone here has a special nose. Lol!


6 Responses to “Salted and Dried Fish – Tuyo”

  1. Mel Cole says:

    Naglaway ako inday. Ay, pina-hyper mo ang pangala ko na buntit. hehehe. Thanks for sharing sis.

  2. chubskulit says:

    sarap nyan iprito!

  3. sound proud international says:

    i enjoyed reading your post, thanks for sharing it to us.

  4. Kayce says:

    uu sarap nga ng tuyo sis! ulam namin to kagabi.. hihihi!

  5. Vernz says:

    Hi, Miss Korea, wow ganda naman nang pakete.. hehehe.. makabasa kana ng hanggul?

  6. Ella says:

    sarap ng tuyo pag umuulan =)

    Have a Sugary day!

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