Common pritong isda can taste and look fancy without all the hassle. With just a few simple ingredients and quick-to-follow steps, your pritong bangus can transform into a hearty and flavorsome Bangus sa Tausi (Milkfish in Salted Black Beans.)
Tausi is a Filipino term for fermented black beans, basically dried soybeans that have undergone salt fermentation. These beans are the usual flavoring agent to Cantonese and other Asian stir-fry and vegetable dishes. Here in the Philippines, it is commonly mixed with brown sugar and a mildly flavored white-flesh fish meat like Bangus. Hence producing Bangus sa Tausi — a viand that has a balanced salty taste.
Heat up those pans and start cooking this dish that’s just perfect for family dinners or unplanned salu-salo. Here’s how to prepare it: