Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Daing na Bangus ( Fried Milkfish)


 

I usually buy frozen bangus (milk fish)  for my  Daing na Bangus. I like the frozen one better than the fresh one because it doesn't have the muddy taste in it. I just thawed it a little bit then cut and clean  by a kitchen scissor and a knife. Scissors makes splitting the fish so easy. Make an incision from head to tail using the scissor followed by a knife to totally wide open the fish. Remove all the internal organs and the gills. No need to scale the bangus. Clean well with water.


Ingredients:
  • 2 pcs. frozen bangus( Milkfish ) 
  • 1 cup vinegar 
  • 1 tbsp. iodized salt 
  • 1 tsp. ground black pepper 
  • 4 cloves crushed garlic.
Direction:
  1. Put all the bangus/milkfish in a glass baking pan.
  2. Add all the ingredients.
  3. Marinate for 1-2 days. 
  4. Cover with foil and keep refrigerated. 
  5. After a day or 2, remove from marinade.
  6. Wrap in a ziploc plastic or vacuum seal
  7. Keep frozen. 
  8. When needed, just take it out from the freezer, no need to thaw.  Fry it frozen for a juicy and firm fried milkfish.

19 comments:

  1. am drooling...nakakagutom....:)

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  2. wow!! sarap naman nito.. lalo na pag may tuyo at kalamansi:)

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  3. good for breakfast.. sana pagbaba ko ng kwarto ito ang ulam hahaha. yan kumukulo na ang tyan ko. hahahaha

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  4. One of my favorites though most of the time I have to remove the bones (tinik).

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  5. I like daing na bangus, pero mas gusto ko yong deep fried daing na bangus..Imaginin mo na lang yong crispiness, awesome

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  6. I used to make my own daing but I can never get the right amount of vinegar.. ends up being too sour :( for now, I buy Century Daing na Bangus :)

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  7. I love eating this!!! Thank you for sharing this one!! Sarap nito sa mainit na kanin at maasim na sukang sawsawan!!!

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  8. Suddenly I regret passing on that daing na bangus I saw at the grocery last night. I should have bought one.

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  9. I love this fish! Its actually part of my weekly grocery budget.

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  10. There are times that I love to prepare daing na Bangus. I think it is better to use Calamansi instead of vinegar.

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  11. A favorite breakfast food. I like to eat it with fresh tomatoes, no dipping sauce.

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  12. Daing na Bangus with salted egg is one of my favorite breakfast and I like the boneless bangus better =)

    I think with this recipe, I'd rather have it prepared at home than buying the commercial ones.

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  13. In my case and so with my mother, we like our milk fish fresh. May suking tindahan kami actually to assure us of freshness and good quality :) This fish is one of our faves as we can make variety of recipes out of it.

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  14. It's been a month since I've eaten daing na bangus, I love it with matching "sawsawan" - vinegar with minced garlic, sometimes I put red chili to spice up a bit.

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  15. Oh my , daing na bangus never fails to amaze me. I mean, it always satisfy my cravings for fish.

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  16. Steamed Bangus,Daing na Bangus, any basta boneless bangus masarap talaga. Yan ang ulam ko now sinigang na bangus. Yummy.

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  17. Thanks mommy! But you know what, if I crave for this, I head to Mang Inasal directly, lels!

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  18. I won't get tired of eating this everyday! In fact we ate this for dinner last night and there's still some on the fridge (boneless variety) :D

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