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Try this delicious seafood version of a classic Pinoy favorite. Serve with red rice instead of the usual white rice for an even healthier meal.
|350 grams||Fish Fillet||(cut into chunks, you can use labahita/maya-maya or tuna)|
|1 tsp||Calamansi Juice|
|1/4 tsp||Iodized Fine Salt|
|2 tbsp||All-Purpose Flour|
|6 pc||Green Olives||(pitted, each cut into 2)|
|1 pc (medium)||Red Bell Pepper||(sliced)|
|150 grams||Carrots||(cut into chunks and fried)|
|150 grams||Potato||(cut into chunks with peel and fried)|
|1pouch (80 grams)||Del Monte|
Quick 'n Easy Afritada Sauce
Sprinkle fish with calamansi juice and ¼ teaspoon iodized fine salt (or ¼ tablespoon iodized rock salt). Mix with flour. Fry until just cooked. Set aside.
Simmer DEL MONTE Quick n Easy Afritada Sauce with ¾ cup water and green olives for 5 minutes.
Add fish, carrot, potatoes and bell pepper. Allow to Simmer.
Makes 5 servings
Lusog Notes: This seafood dish is high in vitamin B12, which helps prevent anemia.