Fried Tanigue with a Unique Dipping Sauce

It is a cold morning here in the desert and it is very difficult to wake-up to go to work. But as we say “what to do?” This is our life here abroad. I came late in the office (as usual =D) just to know that we were dismissed because of electrical shutdown in the whole building. So, I just go straight home to prepare something for lunch.
First, I checked what we have left-over from last night’s dinner to consider in what I should cook for today’s lunch. Well, I just found the dipping that my husband mixed last night. I decided to fry fish, for sure that would be a perfect partner for that dipping sauce. It actually match to almost any kind of fried meat or for Okoy =D. It has a spicy, a bit of sourness and saltiness, just excellent mixture that would make you crave for more.

Dipping Ingredients:
  • 1 Small Minced onion
  • 2 Minced chillies
  • 1 Small Minced Tomato
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup water

  1. Mix the minced onion, chilli, tomato and salt.
  2. Add in the water.

Fried Fish Tanigue
  • Sliced Tanigue
  • Salt
  • Cooking Oil

  1. Wash the sliced Tanigue.
  2. Rub the Tanigue with salt, just enough to taste.
  3. Medium heat the pan and add cooking oil. (Make sure that the oil is hot enough before placing the fish on the frying pan.
  4. Fry fish until medium brown.
  5. Served with rice and the dipping sauce you prepared earlier.

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