This Easy Garlicky Bangus Recipe Is Perfect For Lent
Whether you've pledged to abstain from eating meat or just trying to make better, healthier meal choices, you can always have a delicious meal if you know how to adjust your recipe for fish instead of meat.
One type of recipe you can easily tweak to suit your needs are simple stir-fried dishes. In fact, any dish that is fast and easy to cook will work with fish. There are many quick-cooking fish recipes that you can make but we think this beef recipe made with fish is a great recipe to start with.
This dish recreates the garlicky beef
How do you make bangus
It's actually easier than making a beef version. That's because you don't have to worry about accidentally overcooking the beef, making it tough, or tenderizing the chunks so you don't fight it with every chew. Fish cooks fast and easily, so when you're in a rush for a meal, minutes are all you need to have it cooked and ready to serve.
One of the best things about bangus is that it is easy to find. You can even find it scaled, gutted, and deboned moderately well at every
There's no reason why you can't have your favorite dish and be guilt-free when you do indulge in it. This simple ingredient swap should help you out this Lenten season so any sacrifice to your diet is worth it.
Here's the recipe so you can start feeling better about being on your fish diet: