Easy Recipe: Sinigang na Bangus Using Sea King Boneless Bangus
I think this is the first time that I really got to enjoy Sinigang na Bangus.
What makes it special? We used Sea King Boneless Bangus!
My mom always cooks Sinigang na Bangus, but it is always a struggle for me to pick the meat and separate the bones. I always end up throwing away most of the meat.
So it was a glorious moment for me to enjoy the fish when mom used Sea King Boneless Bangus.
I love how Sea King helps cut down cooking time with its variety of fish and sea food products which are carefully selected, deboned, vacuum sealed, and frozen for optimal freshness.
Sea King company has its own processing plant with a 20-ton per day capapcity in Malabon City with fish sourced from accredited farms in Pangasinan. The products are fresh, well-packaged and reasonably priced.
To cook this simple recipe, boil water with tomatoes, onions and radish. Add Sea King Boneless Bangus and Sinigang Mix. Let it simmer for 5 minutes. Add okra, talbos ng kamote, and green chili pepper.
I always prefer Sinigang na Baka and Baboy, but with the Sea King Boneless Bangus, I guess I would be requesting this recipe from mom every week.
I also love the Sea King Boneless Bangus Marinated Hot that I enjoy with sliced tomatoes and salted egg!
I am excited to create other recipes using the Sea King products like Calamari Sticks.
Do you guys have suggestions?
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