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Sweet and Sour Cream Dory Fish Fillet

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Cream Dory fish is not a salty fish so, it can be seasoned to whatever you like but there’s a down side. It can be easily disfigured when fried, boiled or cooked directly. It is best coated with flour first to allow its fillet to stick to each other while cooking. So, here’s a very tasty cream dory fish fillet preparation:


1 Kilo of Boneless cream dory fish fillet
Half cup flour
6 Tablespoonfuls of cooking oil
1 Tablespoonful of fish sauce
1/4th teaspoon of pepper


4 Tablespoonfuls of tomato sauce
3 tomatoes
1 white onion
3 cloves of pinched garlic
1 whole carrot cut in strips
1 Tablespoonful of brown sugar dissolved in 4 tablespoonful of water
1 Tablespoonful of fresh ginger strips
Pinch of salt
Dash of pepper
1/4th cup water with one teaspoon of flour

Cooking Directions

  1. Soak the fish fillet in the fish sauce distributed evenly
  2. Coat each piece of the fillet with all purpose flour before frying in a heated oil in a pan
  3. Turn to the other side until both sides are golden brown
  4. In a separate skillet, saute onion, garlic, ginger strips and tomatoes until saucy
  5. Pour in sugar dissolved in water and wait until it simmers
  6. Add in carrots then soften a bit
  7. Put in tomato sauce and salt to taste
  8. Dash with pepper
  9. Pour in the water with flour when you achieved the desired taste
  10. Load the flour coated dory fish fillet into the sauce simmer a bit and it’s done!

Play with adding the salt and sugar and see what sort of taste your family likes. This is not a difficult recipe to make but when done without rushing, this can be a winning masterpiece that you can own yourself. Feel free to revise a bit according to your liking.








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Honey Coated Fried Chicken

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Fried chicken is a common favorite for children but it can be boring when you just follow the basic recipe of buttered chicken normally coated with flour like giant fast food chains do. Try this simple but inspiring procedure for that regular meal:


Chicken legs or cuts (6 pieces)
1/4th teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon sugar
Dash of pepper


2 spoonfuls of water
2 spoonfuls of vinegar
2 spoonfuls of brown sugar
3 spoonfuls of honey or molasses
Dash of pepper
Pinch of salt
3 cloves of minced garlic

Cooking Directions

  1.  Put the washed pieces of chicken in a bowl
  2. Spread some salt and dash with pepper
  3. Add sugar, mix evenly and set aside
  4. Pour in a bit of water into the sauce bowl
  5. Add in the vinegar and stir in sugar
  6. Mix the honey or molasses into the mixture
  7. Mix in the crushed garlic for that aromatic effect
  8. Fry the seasoned chicken and once become brownish on one side, add in a bit of the sauce on each piece
  9. Repeat the same process for the other side until sauce runs out
  10. This honey coated fried chicken is done when the sauce dries up on the chicken and that shiny effect becomes obvious

You will think that this recipe will be very appetizing for children but mind you, adults love them too! Try this now, and put that remaining supply of honey to good use.