Sinigang na bangus (milkfish in sour broth)
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Sinigang na bangus (milkfish in sour broth)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:50 AM. Recipe ID 19194. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sinigang na bangus (milkfish in sour broth)
 Categories: Fish, Filipino, Dennis
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
  1 1/2 lb Bangus (milkfish)
           -or white fish, dressed
      2 c  Water
      3 md Tomatoes, sliced
      1 md Onion, sliced
      6    Pods green sampaloc
           -(tamarind) [available as
           -powdered packages]
      1 cn Banana heart, drained(14 oz)
      2 c  Green beans,
           -cut diagonally in half
      1 c  Spinach leaves  (or cabbage,
           -mustard greens or
           -watercress)
      1 ts Salt
      1 tb Patis (fish sauce)
 
  1.  Slice fish and cut into 4-6 pieces.  Salt all over.
  
  2.  Boil water and tamarind pods until pods are tender.  Remove
  tamarind, mash and strain back into the boiling water.  (optional)
  
  3.  Add tomatoes, onions and green beans to boiling mixture and cook
  15 minutes or until vegetables are almost cooked.  Add fish, banana
  hearts, and patis.  Bring to a boil.  Lower heat and simmer 3-5
  minutes.  Remove from heat, add spinach leaves, and let stand for 5
  minutes.
  
  4.  Serve with bagoong or patis (fish sauce).
  
  Preparation and cooking time:  30 minutes Serves 4
  
  Recipes by Dennis Santiago, TWS bbs (1-310-676-0492), formatted by
  Manny Rothstein (1/24/94)
 




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Recipe ID 19194 (Apr 03, 2005)

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