Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A walking-fish, Ophiocephalus vagus, highly esteemed for food in the East Indies. See Ophiocephalus.

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Examples

  • Freshwater species such as dalag (Ophiocephalus spp.) can also be used.

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  • Lactic acid bacterial fermentation of burang dalag.

    17 Using Mixed Starter Cultures for Thai Nham

  • One example is burong dalag, a fermented rice-fish mixture using mudfish, Ophicephalus striatus.

    17 Using Mixed Starter Cultures for Thai Nham

  • In fact, I suspect the _dalag_ to be an intermediary between the reptile and the fish, although not naturalist enough to investigate the subject in a proper manner.

    Recollections of Manilla and the Philippines During 1848, 1849 and 1850

  • Long ago, when the various kinds of animals dwelt together in a kind of community, a dalag (a kind of mud-fish), a dragonfly, a wasp, and

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • There at the very edge of the pool Capitan Tiago made it his duty to eat roast pig, sinigang of dalag with alibambang leaves, and other more or less appetizing dishes.

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  • Yesterday, however, I was at the market and there were these huge dalag jumping and wiggling inside large nets and only two things entered my mind: binukakang dalag.

    Pinoy Cook: Home cooking rocks!

  • I later on realized it must be because these people have only eaten pesa with dalag so they don't know that it's actually the blend of spices and that make the pesa broth distinct from other Filipino soup dishes. pesang isda has got to be one of the easiest to prepare and I make it with just about any kind of fleshy fish and even with fish heads.

    Pinoy Cook: Home cooking rocks!

  • _dalag_ are found in the flooded paddy fields during and subsequent to the rainy season, when they are soaked with water.

    Recollections of Manilla and the Philippines During 1848, 1849 and 1850

  • pesa (a light soup flavored with ginger and peppercorns) with one of the earliest entries in this blog, I lamented how a lot of people like to take on the role of purists by claiming that pesa is not pesa unless cooked with dalag.

    Pinoy Cook: Home cooking rocks!

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