Kickstart your culinary journey with the simple Bangus in Gravy Sauce

Let’s face it, we see cooking as a complex task. Also, we are used to the comfortable feeling of coming home to mama’s cooking: from her signature tangy sinigang, crispy fried chicken, and to the homey fried bangus meal that we wouldn’t mind eating ‘til forever.

Nevertheless, we should also learn how to cook on our own; a relatively basic skill everyone must know. So as Millennials, let’s channel our sense of adventure and begin our piping hot culinary journey!

Be your own “master chef” starting off with this Bangus in Gravy sauce recipe, a dish that is simple, fast, healthy, and delicious—your mom will be happy to trade with you in the kitchen!
Read up and try it for your next cooking experiment:

Bangus in Gravy Sauce Style


1 420g Sarangani Bay Deboned Marinated Milkfish, skin removed

1 420g Sarangani Bay Deboned Marinated Milkfish
½ cup cooking oil

¼ cup butter
¼ cup onion
¼ cup mushroom, button
¼ cup flour
2 cups broth (dissolve 1 chicken cube in 2 cups warm water)


1. Heat cooking oil in a pan. Fry milkfish on both sides. Place in a platter. Set aside.
2. Melt butter in a saucepan. Add onion and mushroom. Add flour, stir well until bubbly. Pour in broth slowly. Cook until thick.
3. Pour over fried fish.