Filipinos have a way of making the holiday season even more special. From carols, simbang gabi, lanterns, puto bumbong, to fireworks and firecrackers — joyful traditions are never complete without the ever blissful salu-salo on Noche Buena and Media Noche.
The traditional Noche Buena and Media Noche are special evening get-togethers for family and friends, filled with various savory dishes served at the dining table. One of the favorite dishes served on these two special nights is the best-loved relleno dish. Good thing you can now make a more creative version of it.
This is also a good opportunity to incorporate fish into your holiday dishes as a healthy alternative to meat. Bangus alone is a good source of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Such as vitamin B12, which helps keep your nerves and blood cells healthy; protein, which helps boost metabolism and lowers blood pressure; and omega 3 fatty acids, which helps lower the risk of heart disease.
Make your evening salu-salo more special with rellenong bangus For a more delightful experience, add some sweet, tangy and honeyed twist with an appetizing glaze.
Who knew your usual relleno recipe can have this tasty upgrade after all? Try it!