Quick and easy. Those are pretty much the two words I look for when finding recipes to try. Another lifesaver for our meals at home is Sarangani Bay Premium Bangus. This frozen fish option gives me plenty of choices for meals. I especially like the marinated packs which with a little frying is an instant meal. I dress it up with a sauce or side dish and voila, dinner is served!
Fish is a Filipino family dinner favorite. Be it fried, steamed or whatever kind of way you cook it, fish is both delicious and healthy. Aside from the usual vitamins and minerals it contains iron, zinc, iodine, vitamin B1, folic acid, and omega-3 fatty acids that is known to prevent heart diseases.
The fat in seafood can combat other diseases such as:
– Prostate tumors
– Breast cancer
“Bangus” (Milkfish) is our country’s national fish. There are so many ways to cook this that probably almost every region has a special bangus dish version.
Getting fresh quality seafood can be difficult for those who are just too busy to go to the market everyday. That’s why Sarangani Bay is an ideal alternative. It’s the most trusted and largest processor of premium quality bangus and other processed seafood products. It’s also the country’s largest exporter. My sister in law who lives in Seattle, Washington often buys this for their meals. Sarangani Bay is also available in Canada, Guam, Australia, China and the Middle East.
Frozen fish can taste as good as fresh fish because they’re carefully “fresh frozen” within a very short time after being caught, locking in freshness and flavor. To maintain the freshness of their fish products, Sarangani Bay practices the cold chain management that’s critical in maintaining the premium quality they offer compared to other fish processors.
Sarangani Bay’s products range from:
Find the recipe here: http://saranganibay.com.ph/bangus-sarciado/
Bangus with Mushroom Sauce
Find the recipe here.
Cooked Bangus Products
Other Sarangani Bay’s must try-products are bangus sisig, boneless tocino, and boneless tapa. These are definite keepers!
To know more about Sarangani Bay, visit www.saranganibay.com.ph.