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RECIPE: Dory In Mango Cream Sauce

When I cook, I just let my creativity flow- like when I write stories (before). And I make use of whatever ingredients I have in the house. So to cut the long story short, I bought a pack of cream dory from the grocery and then I found some ripe mangoes in the fridge. And the rest is history --- I mean, the food is in our tummies now. ;)

Ingredients:

cream dory, 500g (cut into desired portions)
ripe mangoes, 2 (cube)
ginger, 2 tbsp (slivers)
cream, 1/4 or less 
olive oil
ground black pepper
salt
water




Procedure:

Heat pan with olive oil and fry ginger until the flavor and aroma comes out. Add the mangoes, ground pepper, salt. Add cream once the mangoes are cooked, add some water. Place dory in the sauce and cover pan until the dory is done. Transfer to a serving dish. You can garnish with parsley or whatever you fancy. Chow time! :)

Comments

  1. Look's yummy..

    Btw Sis,, I think im your follower na.^^

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  2. Never liked mango as a sauce but this looks tempting. Plus it's cream-based which I absolutely love!

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    1. I'm not also fond of ripe mangoes but this one's diff since its been in the fridge for decades-- hahaha (jk). but for some strange reason, it tasted well .. actually, i liked it better the following day kasi mas naging prominent yun ginger sa overall taste :)

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