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Saturday, 2 September 2017

Crispy and Baked Bangus Back Fillet Recipe

Bangus back fillet recipe is an easy to prepare cooking dish since the whole round fish is already filleted into thin cuts and you can even buy boneless and skinless fillet to skip debone and skinned the fish. Bangus is known as milk fish and it is a nice fish to have since their taste is not too strong and not too mildly either. Bangus milkfish usually have almost white flesh with tender meats which makes the fish really delicious and comfortable to be consumed. If you want to cook healthy seafood then milkfish is one of the best choices because they offer not only good flavor, but also important nutrients, minerals, and vitamins.

Crispy bangus back fillet recipe
Ingredients
·         cooking oil for frying
·         1 pack of 500 gr bangus milkfish back fillet
·         1 cup of all purpose flour
·         Chili sauce
·         Pepper and salt for flavor
·         dried basil
·         Plum Sauce
·         1 to 2 eggs (beaten)
·         1 to 1/2 cups of breadcrumbs
·         dried oregano
Instructions:
1.      Thawing bangus milkfish back fillets and cut into sticks or fingers. If you purchase fillets with the skin still on, then you can include the skin if desired, however you can also remove it.
2.      Marinate the fillets with pepper and salt for few minutes to make sure that the seasonings absorbed by the fish perfectly.
3.      Dredge the milkfish bangus fingers in all purpose flour and then dip them completely in beaten egg. And cover the fish fingers with the breadcrumbs which have been seasoned with dried oregano and basil.
4.      Pre heat the frying pan and add the oil. When the oil is heated, fry the fish finger until they are cooked or turns into golden brown.
5.      After they are cooked, remove them from the frying pan and place on paper towel to filter exceed oil.
6.      Put on the serving plate and serve with plum sauce and chili sauce. Enjoy the crispy bangus back fillet recipe with your family as snack or you can serve it with steamed rice according to your taste.
For the plum sauce is an Asian product thus you may likely encounter it on Asian grocery market.
Baked bangus back fillet recipe teriyaki
If you want heavier meal of bangus back fillet recipe then you can try to cook baked bangus teriyaki. It looks really delicious and healthy because it has lower carbohydrate content. It is usually cooked with bangus back fillet seafood products and then marinated in blend teriyaki sauce with other additional seasonings. After that, the fillet fish baked until tender. Below is the easy and quick bangus back fillet recipe which can be done in 30 minutes or around a half an hour and can good to serve 2 to 3 people.
Ingredients:
-          1 pack of 500 gr of bangus back fillet
-          For marinade seasonings:
·         Teriyaki sauce
·         1/4 cup of lemon juice
·         1 tbsp of ginger powder or grated ginger
·         3 tbsp of brown sugar
·         1 tbsp of grind black pepper
·         2 tbsp of olive oil
·         3 cloves garlic (minced)
·         1 tsp of rosemary
Instructions:
1.      Prepare a bowl and make a mixture of all the marinade ingredients above.
2.      Soak the fish and marinate them for a half an hour or 30 minutes, store in the refrigerator overnight.
3.      Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
4.      Prepare a non-stick pan, grease or rub with the olive oil then and put the milk fish fillets with the skin stick to the pan.
5.      Bake the fillets over until they are cooked or for around 15 to 20 minutes and until the fillet fish flakes with pressure from fork.
6.      Brush the fillets with the remaining marinate seasonings during the bake.
7.      When it is done, remove the fillets from the oven and place on the serving plate. Serve the fish with hot and steamed vegetables. Enjoy them with all of your families or friends.
Bangus back fillet recipe with teriyaki sauce is really tender and its teriyaki flavor can make the mild milkfish flavor showing up better. If you have other recipes using milkfish fillets as the ingredient then do not hesitate to share them to us!


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