Hello! I’m back in my kitchen this week. It was fun going out and attending all those events but, gosh, I missed cooking. This Tinapa Fried Rice is a product of leftover boneless milkfish tinapa (smoked boneless milkfish), hungry tummies, and a craving for salted egg and tomato. It’s one of the easiest, tastiest, and quickest meals I know. It will only take you a few minutes to make this meal — but it’s also very delicious.
It’s still a busy and hectic month, and in the midst of it, I find myself having sleepy bouts on certain times of the day, strong cravings, a little nauseated, and dizzy in the morning. I’m suspecting we’re pregnant and I’m hoping I am. I am a little worried and scared, though because I just had a Blighted Ovum Pregnancy a little over two months ago and of course, I don’t want it to happen again.
So I bought a PT Kit yesterday after going to the market and did the test. It tested positive! Yaaayy! We’re pregnant! We’ll probably be scheduling our check-up this week and pray for a smooth and healthy pregnancy. We’ve been wanting to get pregnant since Ykaie turned four. It’s been, what, three years in the making?
That’s my great news for now. I hope I don’t get too dizzy or nauseated to cook. Actually, right at this very moment, I got a gazillion recipe on my mind I’d like to make and eat !!! I just don’t where to start — GAAHH.
And when.. because I just heard our bed call my name…. I’m going back to sleep.
For the mean time, enjoy this Tinapa Fried Rice.
Tinapa Fried Rice
- 5 cups cooked rice
- 1 cup tinapa flakes (smoked fish) I used boneless milkfish tinapa
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 tbsp oil
- 2 large salted egg
- 2 large tomato
- pepper to taste
- Just like your regular fried rice, heat oil in a large wok or pan.
- Sauté garlic in oi until fragrant. Add rice and pepper. Mix well.
- Add the tinapa and mix well for around a minute.
- Transfer to serving bowls or plate.
- Top with salted eggs and tomatoes.
This looks like such a nice and healthy dish. Catherine
Congrats! Hope everything goes well. And this is such a great looking dish — thanks so much for it.
Congrats! I love tinapa, salted egg and fried rice. This is our breakfast every weekend. lol But I haven’t tried tinapa fried rice.
Warm Congrats!!! A great news and such a delicious recipe to celebrate the joy…this fried rice with all those hearty garnishes looks amazing,delicious recipe and amazing food photograph,thanks 🙂
Thank you so much Kumar!
congrats again and again! hahaha
Congratulations Peachy and family!!! Wishing you a healthy and easy pregnancy. What a lovely, healthy little dish you’re sharing. Totally new to me, but you really have me wanting to give it a try
Thank you so much MJ!
Wow Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish you a most healthy and easy pregnancy. You are a wonderful Mom, so it will be pretty cool that another child will be able to experience you. Smiles————
loving your food photography. looks beautiful. 🙂
Your tinapa fried rice made me crave for rice! Alas, I am still on a “no-rice” diet. Cheers to us moms who love spending time in the kitchen 🙂
Inggit ako sa itlog na maalat, we don’t have that here and I don’t know how to make it lol.
I love tinapang Bangus din mommy peach..Samin sa batangas madaming nagtitinda ng ganun..Mukhang Masarap yung recipe nato mommy..Try ko sya gawin bukas hehehe dapat ngayun kaso wala kong tirang rice
Aaah. This is something that I would always order in any Filipino restaurant that serves Tinapa Fried Rice. I even eat this with butter ( sinful, I know ). It’s the fried rice that I like and can eat. PS. Congratulations on the good news.
I’ve never tried to make fried rice but yours looks delish. I need to try it. Thanks for sharing.
That sounds good. I need to try this sometime SOON!
Whoa, you’re making MY tummy hungry with those beautiful photos of the dish! Looks great, come cook for me? 🙂 I’ll pay you back in decorating lolol!
Omg!!! This looks absolutely delicious!!! I’m a huge rice fan so this is so drool worthy 😉
Never had milkfish before. This looks great though. Congrats btw
This recipe looks so warm, delicious and fulling. I love the smell of rice. A must make
Congratulations! Thanks for the great recipe. My son loves fried rice I can’t wait to make this.
Thank you Catherine!
I love how your dishes are always picture perfect! Thank you for supplying such a yummy site!
What a lovely thing to say. Thanks!
How exciting for you. I have to say, when I was pregnant with one of my kids, you could not get me near fish. The recipe sounds great and so simple. Good luck!
The recipe is very easy and I lovee fish these days..hahaha
ooh that looks really delicious and at the same time very healthy.
I’m going to try out this recipe next week.
I do hope you like it Freya.
I don’t eat fish, but that looks amazing! I have always loved rice, especially fried rice.
It is amazing! you should try it.
yumm! This looks so good! 🙂 Looks like a good twist on regular fried rice.
It is a delicious twist on fried rice and we love it here at home.
Wow! It looks awesomely delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!
That looks really good and fresh. I have never heard of tinapa before.
It is smoked fish and boy is it flavorful!
Hindi ko palalampasin ang pagkakataon na makagawa nito. 🙂 It looks so Delicious and Healthy 🙂 Thanks Ms. Peachy, Nagkakaron ako ng mga Idea gumawa ng mga masasarap na pagkain. 🙂
You’re welcome. Hope you take a photo and tag me when you do make this.
Simple pero yummy.. Thanks for sharing mommy peach ❤️❤️
Ang sarap sarap naman nito lalo na kapag may fried rice na kasama. Wala pang sayang sa pagkain.
A very simple, affordable and easy yet so delicious meal ? Nice mommy Peach ?
Isa sa mga almusal nang pag pinoy na may masarap na sawsawan po at may mainit na kape sarap nang mga niluluto ni mommy thanks forbthis po..
Love Your Story Mamsh ❤️ We love tinapa kahit sawsawan lang toyo with kamatis and sibuyas super yumm na. I really love your content pinapa level up lage ang bawat simpleng ulam orpagkain.