This Bangus Fiesta Fish Loaf Is Your Ticket To Make Family Dinners Extra-Special!
Ever had the moment when you realize that the meals you serve fo your dinner are just the same old recipes you’ve been doing for years?
Dinner is probably the only meal of the day where the whole family eats together so you go to great lengths in thinking what can make your dinner extra-special.
This bangus fish loaf recipe will be your ticket to achieve that extra-special dinner experience you have always want to achieve. This homemade classic was seasoned with more Pinoy flavor by using bangus fish loaf in lieu for lean meat. Not only is this recipe remarkably healthy with bangus, it’s also delectable and very easy to prepare.
And to make this meal extra-special, serve this fish loaf with a vegetable and lettuce salad with white sauce and you have a complete meal the family will absolutely love!
Bangus Fiesta Fish Loaf
For Fish Loaf:
3 pieces Sarangani Bay Marinated Bangus, flaked
⅓ cup butter or margarine
3 tbsp minced garlic
1 cup finely chopped onion
6 drops hot sauce
⅓ cup tomato sauce
9 pieces eggs, lightly beaten
salt and black pepper to taste
chopped sweet pickle relish
chopped white or yellow onion
chopped hard-boiled eggs
cabbage or lettuce (optional)
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Line the bottom of a 9-inch x 5–inch loaf pan with aluminum foil.
Grease generously with butter or margarine, set aside.
In a sauté pan or wok, heat butter or margarine.
Add onions then garlic, add the flaked Sarangani Bay Marinated Bangus, tomato sauce and hot sauce.
Season with salt and pepper.
Cook for 5 to 10 minutes more.
Transfer to a bowl and cool completely, add eggs.
Mix well and pour into prepared loaf pan.
Bake for 50 to 55 minutes or until it springs back when touched lightly.
Cool for 20 minutes in pan then invert, cool completely, you may chill this at this stage.
Place fish loaf in a platter. Combine mayonnaise, pimiento, pickle relish and chopped onions to make a thin sauce.
Drizzle over loaf, top with hard-boiled eggs.
Garnish with shredded cabbage or lettuce.