Paksiw Sa Gata (Salmon with Vinegar and Coconut Milk)

I just want to try this dish out in small portion before I do it for a main dish for my family. Lately I am planning on incorporating a lot of fish for our meal and this one is one of my fave from home (Philippines).

One of the thing that worries me is the fish as we use freshly caught Tuna at home which is not readily available here. For this trial run I will use Salmon as I think its close flavor wise.

So bear with me as this is not yet tried and tested.

Paksiw Dishes mainly used vinegar. I am also using a different kind of vinegar as at home I use the coconut vinegar kind. Gata (Coconut Milk) I notice is a staple in my recipe already. I should collate them for one post me thinks.

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Ingredients:

1 small cut of Salmon
75ml of Vinegar
75ml of Water
150ml of Coconut Milk
2 cloves of garlic crushed
1 small ginger crushed
Salt & Pepper to taste

Procedure:

1 small cut of Salmon

  1. Add ginger, water, vinegar and salmon in a pan and let simmer.
  2. Reduced the liquid and add the coconut milk.
  3. SImmer till the coconut milk has thicken.
  4. Serve

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14 thoughts on “Paksiw Sa Gata (Salmon with Vinegar and Coconut Milk)

  1. Anonymous

    that sounds interesting i have not have salmon and coconut milk before your all about the coconut milk 🙂

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  2. Anonymous

    Whoo this sounds interesting 🙂 I need to cook more fish ..

    Thanks for inking up to Creative Mondays

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  3. Anonymous

    This looks amazing! I will definitely attempt this for my little boy, he loves salmon and I love cooking with coconut milk. Thanks! #BinkyLinky

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  4. Anonymous

    Yummmm

    This looks delicious and reminds me of some of the fish dishes we used to eat in Shanghai… *licks lips*

    Reply
  5. Anonymous

    From: MummyTries

    This sounds awesome Merlinda, I’ll definitely give it a go once I’m on Full GAPS (hopefully next month!) #tastytuesdays

    Reply
  6. Anonymous

    I love cooking with coconut milk and I love salmon, so this sounds like something for me to try out!

    Reply
  7. Anonymous

    Honest Mum

    Fab pics and looks delicious, big fan of coconut milk here too! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

    Reply
  8. Anonymous

    Yum

    Sounds great and the pics of it in progress look great. Thanks for linking up to #recipeoftheweek – sorry I’m a bit late over! Have Pinned this post and scheduled in a tweet. New linky just went live for this week 🙂 x

    Reply

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Paksiw Sa Gata (Salmon with Vinegar and Coconut Milk)

I just want to try this dish out in small portion before I do it for a main dish for my family. Lately I am planning on incorporating a lot of fish for our meal and this one is one of my fave from home (Philippines).

One of the thing that worries me is the fish as we use freshly caught Tuna at home which is not readily available here. For this trial run I will use Salmon as I think its close flavor wise.

So bear with me as this is not yet tried and tested.

Paksiw Dishes mainly used vinegar. I am also using a different kind of vinegar as at home I use the coconut vinegar kind. Gata (Coconut Milk) I notice is a staple in my recipe already. I should collate them for one post me thinks.

—————————————————————————————————————————————-

Ingredients:

1 small cut of Salmon
75ml of Vinegar
75ml of Water
150ml of Coconut Milk
2 cloves of garlic crushed
1 small ginger crushed
Salt & Pepper to taste

Procedure:

1 small cut of Salmon

  1. Add ginger, water, vinegar and salmon in a pan and let simmer.
  2. Reduced the liquid and add the coconut milk.
  3. SImmer till the coconut milk has thicken.
  4. Serve

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