Paksiw na Isda (Fish cooked in vinegar)

Paksiw na Isda (Fish cooked in vinegar)
Paksiw na Isda (Fish cooked in vinegar)

Vinegar is undoubtedly my favorite condiment. I have it in different colors (white, brown, black) and different varieties (you name it, I have it!) Have you tried dipping fried tofu in vinegar mixed with chopped onions? Heaven!

Paksiw na isda, or fish cooked in vinegar, is another popular dish from the Philippines. It is next to Adobo and Kare-kare in my bucket list of Filipino-dishes-to-cook-and-eat-before-I-die.

Paksiw na Isda (Fish cooked in vinegar)

Paksiw na isda is usually cooked with green finger chillies and eggplant but I didn’t have any so I used radishes and some preserved chillies I have in the fridge. Have you tried fresh radishes dipped in vinegar and chopped onions? Heaven number two!

Paksiw na Isda (Fish stew in vinegar)

Paksiw na isda (fish cooked in vinegar) ~ Recipe here

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    • says

      Hello Seana. Thank you for wishing me well. I should stop by your blog soon to see what you’ve been up to! Paksiw is a very sour dish and Filipinos like very sour dishes. The more you squirm because of the sourness, the better the dish is! =)

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