Galunggong is one of the kinds/varieties of fish available in the markets all over the Philippines. It is also known by its short name GG and very popular as a source of food because  it is one of the cheapest fish so far available in the markets which can be prepared/cooked in so many ways and will remain delicious. They can be fried, smoked, grilled , and boiled with just vinegar and slices of ginger and yet so delicious

Galunggong is called Round Scad or  Hard-Tail Mackarel in English. In other provinces of the Philippines, Galunggong is called Muro-Muro and Hawol-Hawol

This is called Galunggong in the Philippines, used to be the fish for the "poor" probably because it was the cheapest fish way back when I was small. My sister-in-law makes something nice with this fish. I loved it fried and cooked with lots on chopped onions, garlic and tomatoes called Sarciado. My mommy used to make this beautiful dish for us.

 

This is called Galunggong in the Philippines, used to be the fish for the ""poor"" probably because it was the cheapest fish way back when I was small. My sister-in-law makes something nice with this fish. I loved it fried and cooked with lots on chopped onions, garlic and tomatoes called Sarciado. My mommy used to make that for us
Galunggong

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