Sarciadong Hiwas refers to one of the dishes from the Philippines made from Pritong Hiwas (Fried Moonfish) cooked in sauteed crushed garlic, chopped onions and tomatoes or tomato sauce. When cooked, Binating Itlog (scrambled or beaten eggs) is often added towards the end of cooking.
Sarciado also spelled as Sarsiado means cooked with a thick sauce.
Any kind of fried fish can be made into Sarciado and 2 of my favorite fishes made into Sarciado are Galunggong (Mackarel Scad) and Hiwas (Moonfish)
In Europe, because I find it hard to find fresh fish, I use frozen filleted fish like Cod and Pangasius to make a Sarciado and I think it is still enjoyed by everyone I cook for
List of books: Sarciadong,Hiwas