I was born and raised in a small Philippine island, so I am used to eating fish. Actually, a wide variety of it. As of these days, my number one favorite fish is blue marlin. The best blue marlin recipe I ever tasted was in Palawan. How could I ever forget its very delicious taste?
After the holidays, I went to a wet market in a neighboring city to buy a two week supply of fish and seafood. That day, I was lucky enough to find my favorite blue marlin. I sprinkled just a salt and pepper, then marinated it in a little soy sauce and calamansi juice. After marination, I grilled the fish fillets until golden brown. After cooking, I tasted them right away and I swear, it was almost as unforgettable with the one I had in Dos Palmas in Palawan. A little more practice and it will be a total winner. Do you like eating fish too? What is your favorite seafood?
I did a little research of the benefits in eating fish and here it goes.
Healthy diets almost always contain fish, a protein food with fewer calories than other meat sources. It's also one of nature's most versatile foods. As well as different species of fish, you can steam, bake, fry or poach fish. It's great raw in the form of sashimi, anchovies, carpaccio and gravlax. But there have been conflicting health messages around the benefits of eating fish.