Thursday, February 27, 2014

Fish Bistek and Slow Cooked Pork & Beans: Healthy Recipe Sharing

Fishtek and Slow Cooked Pork & Beans
Cold Weather Indulgence: Healthy Recipe Sharing 

With the temperature dipping to as low as 17oC
in a tropical place like Naga City, we always wake
 up late in the morning,  craving for our comfort food,

…and what could be more better than a hot
bowl of thick Slow Cooked Pork and Beans,

…that melts in you mouth when you eat it?


I have blogged about this dish in the past 
and just click the link below for the recipe.

Pinoy Fish Bistek which I would call Fishstek, 
 is a healthier  alternative to the traditional  
Pinoy Beef Steak  or Bistek, and also
 a perfect breakfast for the cold months.

Saute garlic and onions in Olive Oil, with
 Soy Sauce, and Worcestershire Sauce combination.


Steam fresh native  Kanduli,

…fry the steamed fish one the sautéed mixture, 
and set aside once it absorbs the flavorful sauce
(this  dish could also be served at this stage).

Another option is to add more white onions 
and thicken the remaining sauce with cornstarch.

Generously pour the sauce over the fish,
and sprinkle with Basil and Black Pepper.

This dish is best eaten with a cup
of piping hot, steamed  brown rice.


  1. wow.. im craving for the pork and beans doc.. will try it at home...thanks for sharing!!!

    1. That pork and beans is my family's favorite breakfast.