Filipino Breakfast: Daing na Bangus

January 9th, 2014

There is nothing like having a “Filipino breakfast” like Daing na Bangus, Brown rice, Brewed coffee and a little achara. Nom.

Filipino breakfast with brewed coffee. Nom.

This is so easy to prep and there is no need to go somewhere else for this breakfast idea. The daing na bangus, I bought from the supermarket, deboned and unflavored. I used vinegar, pepper, garlic and a little salt to flavor these fish.

Serve warm with garlic fried rice (on my plate was a cup of brown rice), achara (pickled green papaya) and fried egg. A cup of brewed coffee (we are currently having Benguet Hazelnut grounds) and you get a satisfying Filipino Breakfast meal.

 

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