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Bangus Fillet Recipe with Coconut Milk

Bangus fillet recipe is a simple meal to have when you want to cook a quick dish. Fillet is commercially seafood product that famously sold worldwide. Milkfish bangus is a nice small and silvery fish with mild flavor that not too strong and not too soft either. It is a healthy fish which offering numerous nutrition such as omega 3 fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. If you like to eat a fish with low mercury content then milk fish is the best selection since the fish is considered to have lower mercury levels than other larger species of fish such as salmon and tuna which are more popular than milk fish bangus.

Bangus fillet recipe with coconut sauce
Since milk fish bangus has a mild taste mixed it with coconut sauce will bring stronger taste and showing up better bangus flavor. This is a flawless bangus fillet recipe with the fillets simmered in a delicious coconut silky sauce thickened with tomato paste then mixed tender onions and peppers. It is suitable for lunch or dinner meals when you want to have delightful dish but you do not want to spend so much time preparing it. Here are the instructions on how to make the fillet milkfish bangus recipe with coconut sauce.
First, before you try this recipe, you have many options when buying bangus fillets. There are a whole round fish fillets, simply purchasing fresh milkfish bangus and then clean and debone the fish on your own. Cut the fish into fillets after you cleaning and debone the fish as well as gutted out the internal organs.
Alternatively, you can try frozen bangus fillet recipe which easier than filleting fresh whole round fish. Frozen fillets are sold and easily found in grocery stores. They are offered in certain styles such as boneless and skinless frozen milkfish fillets and boneless frozen milkfish fillets with the skin still attached. If you want to skip deboning process then you can buy this kind of milk fish and since they are abundant plus available through the year, of course you can get your hands on them anytime even in cheap prices.
The third option is to purchase canned bangus milk fish fillets. It is a very affordable seafood product to have and even cheaper than fresh whole round fish or frozen filets. They are sold in wide variety of styles and for this delicious bangus fillet recipe, you may want to use bangus fillet in water or in oils, but do not forget to drain off the liquid before using it.
-          4 bangus milkfish fillets
-          ½ red onion (sliced into ¼ inches strips)
-          2 teaspoon of pepper (divided)
-          2 cups of cooked white rice
-          ¼ teaspoon of ground coriander
-          1 tablespoon of canned tomato based paste
-          2 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
-          2 tablespoon of lemon juice
-          ½ green bell pepper (sliced into ¼ inches strips)
-          ¼ teaspoon of ground oregano
-          2 cans of coconut milk (about 13.5 oz each)
-          3 teaspoon of minced garlic or 6 gloves garlic (chopped then divided)
-          1 bay leaf
-          1 tablespoon fresh cilantro (chopped)
1.      Place the fish on a plate and then make a mixture in a bowl by adding 1½ tablespoon of lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of pepper plus oregano and coriander, 1 teaspoon of garlic. Mix them evenly.
2.      After that marinate the bangus fillets with the mixture by rub both parts of the fish completely. Put aside when you are done marinating the fish so the seasonings can be absorbed totally by the bangus milkfish.
3.      Pre-heat olive oil on the skillet pan with medium high heat. Add peppers and onions and cook them for about 10 minutes until they are softened. Add 2 teaspoon of garlic and cook again till the smell fragrant.
4.      Stir the tomato paste on pan for 5 minutes or more; add bay leaf and the canned coconut milk. Bring the mixture to boil and after that lower the heat.
5.      Make sure the coconut milk becomes thicken, so you need to stir it for 10 minutes. Put aside before you add cilantro, lemon juice, and pepper.
6.      Cook the bangus fillets until cooked and flake easily. Remove the fish from the pan and then pour the sauce on the fillets fish.
Serve the bangus fillet recipe with steamed rice for your whole family and enjoy the dish together!

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