Inihaw Na Bangus Recipe
A classic recipe that takes bangus to another level of delicious.
The inihaw na bangus recipe is a classic beach ulam dish. This takes the humble bangus or milkfish and turns it into a meal fit for any feast done on the grill.
What is inihaw na bangus?
When you're at the beach and preparing food for the ihawan or grill, preparing the inihaw na bangus may not seem like a dish you need a recipe for. It's usually a simple chopped salad made from tomatoes, onions, garlic, and calamansi juice. This is commonly the usual topping for any butterflied fish. This can be placed on top of the fish, wrapped in foil or banana leaves, and grilled over the hot charcoal. Just 20 minutes is all you need to get that fish heated and cooked through over red hot charcoals and ready to eat.
However, this is where some go wrong. How much of each ingredient you need per fish can be an intimidating part of prepping for those who normally do not cook. This is where a recipe as simple as this inihaw na bangus recipe can be helpful.
We not only list down the ingredients (and the amounts) you will need but also included more ingredients that will make your version of this grilled fish dish at the boodle fight the dish everyone will be eager to taste.
Inihaw Na Bangus Ingredients
How to cook Inihaw Na Bangus
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