Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Fried Milk Fish (Bangus) with Indian-mango Salsa

We were at the Food Expo at World trade Center last Sunday, Feb. 27.   I love going to Expos and trade centers, because you get to discover new products, meet people and find stuffs that you are looking for but are hard to find.  I have the report on the 10th Philippine Food Expo at my other blog site ( 
So blessed that we were able to buy foods for my daughter who is Type 1 Diabetic, and so much more at practically everything in factory price.
So when we got home ,I got so inspired to prepare a lot of dishes.  Here are some.

Fried Milk Fish with Indian-mango Salsa

Coating mix for the fish:

Mix 1/4 c flout, salt, pepper, paprika, Majic Sarap seasoning powder, 
chopped fresh basil leaves and a pinch of ground oregano. 

Coat bangus belly and fry on high heat, then reduce to medium heat, Serve once fish is light brown.

Indian-mango Salsa:
Mama Sita's Soy-stir, about 1 Tbsp
Indian mangoes, chopped 
ripe tomatos, chopped
2 leaves of basil, chopped

The finished product.

For Dessert, Chef Tony's Original Caramel and Cinnamon Popcorn

For Snack:
Soyami, Soya Chips with Green Apple Mayo Dip
in Pizza Flavor (red Chips) and White Cheese (White Chips)

Green Apple dip:

1/2 green apple, chopped
1 basil leaf, fresh and chopped
1 tsp olive oil
grated parmesan cheese
2 Tbsp mayonnaise

Just mix everything up!

   The Basil plant, which I had for a along time at our rooftop, died, so I've been dying to go to Gourmet's Tagaytay to buy another one and take care and hopefully cultivate.   But since I am so busy I can't have the pleasure to do so.   Thank God, Gourmet's was one of the participant/retailers who was there.   So I bought one. 
  Also, I got to buy the Bangus belly, the new Mama Sita's Soy-Stir Sauce, Chef Tony's buy-one-take one pack, Soyami Soya Chips .

We didn't only had fun at the expo but we were able to share in the bounty of our country's very own world class products!

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