PINOY RECIPE – [ESCABECHE] MOST DELICIOUS FISH RECIPE IN THE WORLD

PINOY RECIPE – [ESCABECHE] MOST DELICIOUS FISH IN THE WORLD

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HISTORY OF ESCABECHE:

Escabeche is a typical Mediterranean cuisine which refers to a dish of either poached or fried fish (escabeche of chicken, rabbit or pork is common in Spain) marinated in an acidic mixture before serving, and to the marinade itself. The dish is common in Spain and Latin America, and popular in Catalonia, Portugal, Provence and the Philippines. Influences of the dish appear as far as Asia-Pacific with adjustments to local food staples. It is usually served cold after marinating in a refrigerator overnight or longer. The acid in the marinade is usually vinegar, but can also include citrus juice. Escabeche is a popular presentation of canned or potted preserved fish, such as tuna, bonito or sardines. In the New World, versions of the basic marinade are often used with other foods than fish and meats, for example cassava or green bananas and chicken gizzards (Puerto Rico), jalapeño peppers (Mexico), etc. The origin of the word escabeche is Persian, and was brought to Spain by the Arabs during the Moorish conquests. The word derives from al-sikbaj, the name of a popular meat dish cooked in a sweet and sour sauce, usually vinegar and honey or date molasses.

The dish is also known as escoveitch or escoveech fish in Jamaica, and is marinated in a sauce of vinegar, onions, chayote, carrots and scotch bonnet peppers overnight, since it is a traditional breakfast dish. And as escabecio, scapece or savoro in Italy, savoro in Greece and scabetche in North Africa.

The dish is not to be confused with an unrelated soup made from chicken, onion, and spices and served in Belize, sometimes referred to as Belizean escabeche. However, like the other escabeches, Belizean escabeche is based upon an acidic marinade—in this instance, onions marinated in vinegar.

20 comments

  1. I'm English ande about to marry my beautiful fiolipina fiancee.
    We watched your video and will try your recipe .
    Thak you for sharing.

  2. Bitinna Febrada

    Tnx for recipe
    

  3. Like like like much! Thank you so much!

  4. Thanks add more recipe's please. More Power!

  5. bizmin megia

    Thanks for the recipe.  Mine came out good, delicious !!!!

  6. Christon Duval-Segovia

    My version has no soy sauce, kasi wla naman talaga!

  7. anny farinas

    no pineapple chunks?

  8. Your videos are the best. Do you have chicken liver and gizzard recipe? Thanks!

  9. Your videos are the best. Do you have chicken liver and gizzard recipe? Thanks!

  10. Jonathan Saberon

    Wow I love your video cooking!.. What I like about it before you start cooking you show all the ingredient and giving the exact measurement! Thanks you so much now I can easily cook all the food that I like and my family to eat!

  11. Ur videos r so simple yet looks delicious.will try them. Do u no an indonesian fried fish recipe topped with fried sliced garlic? Had it once when I was in Indonesia. It was super delicious. Its fresh water fish.
    Plz let me know.
    Thanks

  12. Jorgie Mendoza

    You suck balls 

  13. when will you make more videos?

  14. best version of escabeche i saw

  15. TASTE THE DAMN FOOD ON CAMERA

  16. Those are beautiful cuts of fish right there, hell ya

  17. Subscribed!!! Taste the dish afterwards Chef!!! You left us hanging!!!!!

  18. very nice!

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