bulanglang na ulang (giant freshwater prawn cooked in guava broth)


we had this earlier this week. it’s good friday today and i wished we had this for lunch again instead of sinigang na tilapia. this isn’t pork, isn’t it? 😛

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  1. Guagua Girl says:

    man, when you said giant prawn you weren't exaggerating at all!

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  2. Guagua Girl says:

    oh, and make sure you take a bath before 3 p.m. mate ne ing danum.

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  3. Betis Boy says:

    ha.ha. these are good and all, but you know what, the best shrimps are the little ones caught from the fishponds. those called “dapil” (or is it swahe?). i guess their size concentrates their flavors. still, you should have seen all the taba from these things, which color the broth orangey when opened.

    wapin, mete ing danum. marakal aswang king luwal kanyan 😀

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  4. Guagua Girl says:

    am remembering the rush to take a bath on good fridays because my apu absolutely forbid us to do so after 3 p.m. so basically we're all done with the baths by 1 p.m. because we have to attend the siyete palabra. *sigh … those were the days.

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  5. Betis Boy says:

    and you went unwashed till easter sunday? as my niece likes to say: eeewww.

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  6. Guagua Girl says:

    apu did, HA HA HA. we ignored the “rules” after the procession at night.

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