Cream Dory Fish Recipes

Posted on Oct 4 2016 - 1:10pm by tweenselmom

Apart from milk fish (bangus), cream dory is my family’s favorite. And because it is always available in the supermarket and relatively affordable (depends on the brand), it’s also my favorite to cook.  For me, it has a unique taste but it’s very subtle that you can easily mix it to different ingredients, and make different kinds of meals. It’s also easy to cook. You can steam it, coat and fry it or fry it as it is.

But what about the nutrients, what do we get from cream dory ? You’ll see the nutrient content below. As you may see, this fish is rich in protein BUT it is also high in calories and sodium (salt) . These are major considerations in our diet because it’s not healthy to consume too much calories and salt.



Some people avoid cream dory because they say that it has high mercury content. High mercury content disrupts development of the body specially children. This is an issue with fishes which are being caught in deep sea. But nowadays, there are many producers which breed cream dory in fish farms and they are checked by supermarkets before they are taken in as suppliers. So far, I can trust the groceries I go to that the cream dory I buy are safe.

Now that we know how nutritious cream dory is, it’s time to have some ideas how you can prepare or cook them at home.

Mine is a simple coat-and-fry recipe while I’ve added some links to other recipes you might want to check out.

cream dory

I haven’t seen a whole cream dory fish so I searched for one. Here it is.

cream dory fish fillet

cream dory fish fillet before slicing

cream dory

cream dory with beaten egg, salt, pepper and seasoning

Cream Dory Fish Fillet


  • 2 pc cream dory fish fillet pcs
  • 1 pc egg (beaten)
  • 1/2 cup flour for coating
  • salt and seasoning powder
  • dash of pepper
  • canola oil for frying


  1. Slice the pieces of dory fish fillet to desired length and thickness.
  2. Mix salt and seasoning powder, pepper with beaten egg.
  3. Dip the slices of fish fillet to the egg mixture.
  4. Coat the fillet with flour before frying in canola oil.
  5. Serve crispy and warm.
  6. Perfect with catsup, sour cream, or desired dipping sauce.
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cream dory

Coated cream dory which my kids and husband loves to eat as “ulam” , “baon” or just as snack.

Other Cream Dory Recipes

My goal is to be able to use these recipes myself and showcase the finished products here. You’ll see them all here soon. For now, enjoy these recipes and share with me the results. Enjoy!

Fish Fillet ala Pobre with Tomato-Mango Salsa

Cream Dory and Pechay in Oyster Sauce

Spicy Fish Fillet

Dory in Creamy White Sauce

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