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Yesterday  I  made a Tuyo Pasta for dinner using a bottle of Gourmet Tuyo which our neighbor gave us  the other  night. Tuyo  is a salted   dried fish (usually herring)  or what we call salinas fish. In the Philippines, tuyo is considered as a poor man’s food because  it is cheaper among the dried fish being sold in the market but it has come a long way since it is now used in several  recipes.  It could be fired plain  or  bottled as a gourmet meal with olive oil and black sliced olives.

Instead of linguine or spaghetti noodles I made use of macaroni pasta, one green  bell pepper and carrots.  Topped with grated cheese it is a yummy dish. You won’t need to add so much salt to the dish since tuyo is salty but it compliments the  macaroni pasta.

Tuyo Pasta

This is actually my first time to make  Gourmet Tuyo pasta since a bottle  is quite expensive. Mom and Josef loved it. I think it even tasted better than the Spanish sardines in oil which I usually use when I don’t want tomato sauce or ground pork/beef  in our pasta dishes.  (more…)

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