Pinangat Na Pampano Recipe

Easy and delicious, this fish dish is super tasty!

IMAGE Mira Angeles

If you love sinigang na isda, then you'll love this version that uses other kinds of souring ingredients to make the dish sour. After all, sampaloc or tamarind isn't the only ingredient that is used in Pinoy ulam recipes to make it taste sour. 

What makes a pinangat dish? 

A pinangat is a simple fish dish, stewed in a delicious broth. The broth in this case is sour since it's made from fresh tomatoes and calamansi. (These are just two other kinds of ingredients that you can use apart from the usual sampaloc and tomatoes to make dishes sour. Other ingredients include vinegar or the rind of the santol or cotton fruit.)

This recipe uses the popular pampano fish but you can actually use any kind of fish for this! Tanigue steaks, and the ever-reliable and affordable tilapia and bangus make great substitutes for the more expensive pampano fish. 

 

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Prep Time
10 mins 
Cooking Time
20 mins 
Ready In
30 mins 
Yield
4
Cuisine
Filipino
Cooking Method
Stew

Pinangat Na Pampano Ingredients

How to cook Pinangat Na Pampano

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