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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Foodamn Philippines: Spicy Crispy Dilis Recipe

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Foodamn Philippines: Spicy Crispy Dilis Recipe



Dilis or anchovy are abundant in flea markets and groceries. Fishermen and locals sun-dried the dilis for longer shelf life. Either they stocked-up foods for the rainy days or they trade it to to suppliers in exchange for money to buy on other essential goods. 

But recently, Foodamn Philippines being a Divisoria hunter was able to explore an alley behind DM, a pile of dried dilis, dried pusit and anything under the sun can be seen in Divisoria at a cheaper price compare to groceries where they triple the cost. 
Foodamn Philippines: Spicy Crispy Dilis Recipe
I'm like a fisherman's logic, I stock some on the fridge, hoping one craving day, there's an alternative stuff to prepare. And dilis is a memory-enhancer food, I have no problem with my kid, it's one of her favorite finger-food. :)

Dried dilis is commonly cooked pan fried matched with vinegar dip. Add spice and flavor, you'll end up with a Spicy Crispy Dilis. Here's how it's done.

Spicy Crispy Dilis Recipe

Ingredients:
1 egg
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 teaspoons salt
4-5 pieces siling labuyo chopped or chili powder
1/2 cup cornstarch
1/4 kilo dilis
oil for deep frying

Procedure:
  1. In a bowl, beat egg until fluffy then add sugar, salt and siling labuyo. 
  2. Blend in cornstarch and beat until smooth. 
  3. Pour misture over dilis and stir until completely coated. 
  4. Deep-fry until crisp and golden brown.

P.S.
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