Sarangani Bay Bangus Rolls

What do you remember when you hear the word Sarangani Bay? I quickly remember the tasty smoked bangus that may grandmother cooks every breakfast! Sarangani Bay, found in the corner of Southern Mindanao, have been one of the pioneers and experts in aquaculture bred and cultured to perfection by Alsons Aquaculture Corporation. Long years of trust and reputation have been earned in the local market. Sarangani Bay is also the Philippines’ largest processor and exporter of premium quality bangus as well as many other processed seafood products.

Some of the Sarangani Bay products

The company owns and manages their own fish hatchery, grow-out operations, and processing plant − all on the same farm site which customers can be assured of the full product traceability and end–to–end quality control, from farm to processing plant and all the way to your kitchen.

Luckily, I have been given the chance to make a Filipino recipe using Sarangani Bay Boneless Milkfish Regular Smoked.

Here’s the simple recipe below:

Ingredients

1 Sarangani Bay Boneless Milkfish Regular Smoked
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp calamansi
2 tbsp olive oil
1 whole onion chopped
2 cloves of garlic chopped
1 carrot chopped
1 celery stalked
1 bag lumpia wrapper
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups of canola oil for frying

Instructions

  1. Open the Sarangani Bay Boneless Milkfish Regular Smoked. Pour soy sauce and calamansi on top. Marinate for few minutes.
  2. Saute chopped onions and garlic for 4-5 minutes.
  3. Add marinated milkfish meat, carrots and celery. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Wrap 1/2 tbsp of milkfish filling to small lumpia wrapper. Add few more until wrappers are utilized.
  5. Heat the canola oil over medium heat until hot. Fry 6-8 pieces of lumpia in batches until golden brown for 5 minutes.

Here’s a serving suggestion:

You may add lettuce as garnish and to remove excess oil.
Homemade style with your favorite vinegar on the side.

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To know more about the brand, visit their official website at http://saranganibay.com.ph/ and also their official Facebook page: Kusina Sarangani

22 thoughts on “Sarangani Bay Bangus Rolls”

  1. It seems to me that the Philippines is really booming with lots of places to eat and hang out. I like that Sarangani Bay owns and manages their own fish hatchery. Being able to know what’s in your fish for consumption is a great thing.

  2. These Sarangani Bay Bangus Rolls look absolutely amazing and I’m sure they a truly delicious. The recipe looks easy enough, even for me to try (I’m not a great cook) – ha ha!

  3. i had no idea there was something called milkfish. does it taste like milk, lol? if the bangus rolls are similar to egg rolls i will definitely want to try one.

  4. I don’t remember eating these when I lived in the Philippines. We had lumpia all the time though. It looks kind of similar to that. Will have to try it sometime!

  5. Kamusta ka na! I’m a vegetarian, so sadly I won’t be eating this fish; however, I love quite a few Philippino dishes. Including drinks and desserts. I love how you created this roll though. It looks fantastic. You always have great blog posts.

  6. these look really really good. i will def have to save this and try it out soon. thank you for sharing!

  7. Those look delicious! I used to love seafood. My favorite rolls are spring rolls. I’ve made my own and they are so good.

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