Sinigang Na Bangus – Milkfish sour soap





Milkfish or Bangus in Tagalog is a national fish of the Philippines. It is an important seafood in Southern Asia and some Pacific Islands. It is well known for being much bonier than other food fish. Pangasinan is very famous for its Milkfish or Bangus production. It can be prepared plain, smoked in fillet, and cooked either broiled or fried and last but not the least, the Bangus Sinigang Recipe.



When the weather forces you to stay indoors because of the bad weather, you take it as an opportunity to stay inside of your home and make it extra cozy, bright and cheerful. You also take the advantage to take out your cooking pan and whip up your favorite meals. You can take out a cookbook and start experimenting to cook a delicious meal. You can more creative in the kitchen and go for more than the basics. Nothing is quite as comforting as a good home-cooked meal on a gloomy day.



Here are the Ingredients. 2 lbs. bangus milkfish, cleaned and sliced. 1 40g pack Knorr Sinigang sa Sampaloc Mix (Original). 1 bunch fresh kangkong leaves. 12 pieces sitaw snake beans, cut into 2 inch pieces. 6 to 8 pieces okra. 2 pieces long green pepper siling pansigang. 1 medium tomato wedged. 1 medium yellow onion wedged. 2 ½ tablespoons fish sauce. ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper. 2 quarts water.

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