If you are in search for different kinds of bangus recipes, you can find them here. But if you have a recipe of bangus dishes, you are very welcome to contribute it here!
Lumpiang Bangus (Milkfish Springrolls) – a tasty springroll recipe made from bangus or milkfish flakes. A superb addition to your menus for any occasion!
Bangus Nilagpang – A dish from Western Visayas Region VI. Broiled milkfish, tomatoes and onions with spices.
Sinigang na Bangus ( Stewed Milkfish in Tamarind ) – sinigang na bangus or milkfish is an all time favorite dish of filipinos. The sour taste of tamarind gives the distinctive taste.
Creamy Bangus in a Blanket – cooked bangus in coconut milk and stuffed with bagoong mixture.
Sardinas na Bangus – recipe on how to make milk fish sardines.
Bangus Belly A la Pobre – marinated and fried milk fish bellies.
Paksiw sa Bangus – boiled milk fish in vinegar and water with spices and vegetables.
Stuffed Milk Fish (Rellenong Bangus) – fried stuffed milk fish with it’s own deboned fish meat.
Olive Flavored Royal Bangus – same as rellenong bangus with stuffed olives and olive oil.
Dinengdeng with Inihaw na Bangus – broiled milk fish topped with cooked vegetables(dinengdeng).
Grilled Milk Fish (Grilled Bangus) with Stuffings – Grilled milk fish stuffed with onions and tomatoes then wrapped with banana leaves.
Adobong Bangus – fried milk fish cooked in soy sauce and vinegar.
Totsong Bangus – fried milk fish cooked in fermented soy cake.
Cardillong Bangus – fried milk fish sauted in onion and tomatoes then simmered with slightly beaten egg.
Tiim Na Bangus – stuffed milk fish with spices and vegetables, marinated, wrap in banana leaves then deep fried.
Marinated Bangus in Angel Hair Pasta – Marinated bangus strips in angel hair pasta is a one of a kind pasta dish and it’s a healthy dish too.
I remember those days when the adults would cook rellenong bangus near a hut while all of us kids were swimming in rivers or lakes or wherever we decide to spend the summer. This dish brings back good memories
Love paksiw na bangus. You could also add daing na bangus on the list. It’s simple but still great.