Want to make your own milkfish sardines and thinks that buying a canned bangus sardines seems a but costly? Now you can make your own bangus sardines at home with very simple equipment and ingredients. The recipe I got here is tastier than the commercial ones the you see on supermarket shelves.
To make sardinas na bangus; Clean bangus but do not remove scales. Put rack into the pressure cooker. Arrange bangus in layers the add in the rest of the ingredients. Cover. Bring to a boil until steady steam flows out of the vent. Place pressure control on vent. Cook for an hour. Let cool. Remove bangus from cooker. You can serve it right away or store it in jars and refrigerate. If you want to store it for a long time you have to learn canning. It is not necessarily using tin cans but any containers like glass jars that can seal the contents airtight and killing the micro organisms by exposing it first in high temperatures. To see the rest of the recipe with the exact measurement of ingredients, continue reading.
How to Make Sardinas na Bangus (Milk Fish Sardines)
- 1 kilo bangus milk fish
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 4 pcs hot chili peppers
- 3/4 cup brandy or rum
- 1/2 cup sweet mixed pickles
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/2 cup green olives
- 1 tsp. MSG vetsin
- 2 cups olive oil
- 1 pc bay leaf laurel leaves
How to make Sardinas na Bangus
- Clean bangus but do not remove scales. Put rack into the pressure cooker.
- Arrange bangus in layers the add in the rest of the ingredients.
- Cover. Bring to a boil until steady steam flows out of the vent.
- Place pressure control on vent. Cook for an hour. Let cool.
- Remove bangus from cooker. Serve.
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If bangus sardines have been pressure canned using bottles, what is the specific shelf life? Can you give an estimate like how many months or years?
Hi! Should the bangus be deboned?
Hi Maria, no ned to debone the bangus because you will cook it by pressure cooker.
Hi Kell, I think medium size is preferable.
Do i have to choose big bangus or medium size only?
Hi, what is the shelf life of this bangus sardines?
Hi Jacky, this bangus sardines needs to be pressure canned using bottles to prolong its shelf life.