I recently received a request to guest blog on one of the fabulous blogs.- -Lazaro Cooks. When I first got a request, I thought he was joking! Not that he wasn’t serious, but it was beyond my expectation to be asked from someone like him to guest blog. I had to ask him again if he was serious..hahaha. I was thrilled, honored and super excited to be a part of his creative, informative, and wonderful blog. I have to admit that I’m a bit nervous..I just don’t want to ruin his wonderful blog and I hope I won’t!
Lazaro is one of the first people on the blogging world to give me such a welcome encouragement to the community. Therefore, I'd like to create a dish that's related to him.I picked this dish (especially the tilapia) because it was way back when that Lazaro wrote about sustainable fish. Because of that post I got a chance to read more on his blog and became one of his readers. Consequently, I somehow have a link map in my mind between tilapia , a sustainable fish, and Lazaro. Funny huh? This dish will remind me of him and I hope you all will like it too.
Traditionally, it should be steamed in a steamer but having it in a pouch is just so cute and mysterious. Your guests won’t know what is in there and what it’s going to look like. It’s a fun dish for a party! It also won’t trouble you to prepare ‘coz it’s real simple and rich in flavor—both the sauce and the fish. You’re ready to roll. The pouch also helps for aroma.
Since Asian cuisine is my expertise, I couldn’t miss adding an Asian twist to this dish. This tilapia pouch requires a special sauce. It’s a seafood sauce with South East Asian style. Tilapia with a South East Asian Sauce in Silver Pouch has been created. Check out a guest post here: Tilapia in Silver Pouch
Hope you enjoy it!