Monday, April 14, 2014


½ kilo Fresh Dulong, washed and drain excess water
2-3 pcs. Onions, chopped
¼ cup  Kinstay, chopped
½  cup  All Purpose Flour (or more, if needed)
1-2 eggs, beaten
¼ tsp salt or more if needed
1/8 tsp ground black pepper
¾ cup Cooking oil for frying

In a big bowl transfer drained dulong,  add onion and kinstay  then the flour,  black pepper and salt, then the beaten egg/s.  Mix thoroughly with a big spoon. Set aside.

Meanwhile, add some cooking oil into a hot pan,  drop by the spoonful the dulong mixture  into the  pan, flatten the patties using the back of the spoon, let it fry for a few minutes, when brown, flip it over.  Adjust crispiness according to your preference.  When done, remove from the frying pan, and transfer it to a plate lined with paper towels to absorb excess oil.  Then continue frying the rest of the mixture, you may need to add more cooking oil into the pan as needed.  You can serve this with Tomato or Banana Catsup, or Sweet & Chilli Sauce.  Enjoy!

(Picture from the web)

Dulong is a very tiny fish, barely an inch and quite transparent in appearance with beady eyes.  It is cooked in many ways like  sautéed, “pinaksiw” or “pinangat” (both cooked in vinegar) , also used in omelet, and as gourmet food in bottles – Dulong in Olive Oil.    

Dulong is also a healthier alternative to meat patties, you can replace your burger patties with Crispy Dulong Patties.