Sarangani Bay, a local brand in the Philippines that produces all kinds of bangus-related delicacies recently gathered bloggers in Mega Manila for an early Christmas dinner celebration at The Pig Pen Eton Tower in Makati City to showcase some of the delicious dishes that can become a part of any holiday feast.
Dubbed as “Paskong Sarangani” the event featured three awesome holiday recipe ideas prepared by Sarangani Bay’s Executive Chef Gigi Angkaw.
Among them were Bangus Sisig, Holiday Crostini with Smoked Fish pate, and Spicy Sardines Pasta using MIO (Milkfish in Oil). These recipes give a healthier take to any Noche Buena celebration.
Holiday Crostinis with Smoked Fish Pate
- Sarangani Bay Milkfish in Oil Regular, Regular
- 1/2 Cup Cream Cheese
- 31/2 Cup Mayonaise
- 1T Lemon Juice
- 2T Worcestershire Sauce
- 1T Hot Sauce
- 1 Loaf French Bread, Sliced
- 10 Quail Eggs, Hard Cooked and Chopped Chives
- Red, Green and Yellow Peppers, Diced
- Sliced Black Olives and Basil Leaves
- Chopped Tomatoes and Baby Arugula
- Sliced Cucumber and Dill
Spicy Sardines Pasta
- Sarangani Bay Milkfish In Oil, Spicy
- 3T Olive Oil
- 6 Cloves Garlic, Sliced
- 1Tsp Paprika
- 400g Cooked Spaghetti
- 1Tsp Lemon Juice
- Salt and Pepper
- Arugula, Torn
- armesan Cheese
- 1 Pack Boneless Bangus Back Fillet, Skinned and Finely Chopped
- 2 pcs Medium Size Onion Coarsely Chopped
- 4 pcs Garlic, Finely Chopped
- 2 pcs Finger Chili, Finely Chopped
- 5 Tbsp Oyster Sauce
- 6 pcs Tofu, Cut into Small Cubes
- 1 pc Red and Green Peppers, Cut into Small Cubes
- 1 pc Egg (optional)
- 2 Stalks Spring Onions
- Pepper to Taste
Packed with delicious goodness and rich in vitamins, protein and minerals, Sarangani Bay Prime Bangus is sure to be savored, especially during the holidays, where most of the foods can be unhealthy.
Sarangani Bay also showcases its #LoveLokal campaign through its Facebook page Kusina Sarangani, wherein they proudly show their food products, provide authentic Filipino recipes and encourage every Filipino to patronize our own.
Sarangani Bay Prime Bangus originated its name from the place itself, Sarangani Bay, a Southern part of Mindanao which is home to a rich seafood experience – that is, where the company also get its fish supply. The brand is proud to say that it is the Philippine’s largest processor and exporter of seafood. Sarangani Bay has a variety of food products – whether it is unseasoned, cooked, bottled, marinated, which is sure to bring delight to any family’s dining table.
Also present during the event is Sarangani Bay AVP for Processed Food Division Gaby Alcantara.
Sarangani Bay is available in selected S&R, Shopwise, SM Supermarket, Waltermart, Rustans, and Robinsons outlets nationwide.
For more of Sarangani Bay and their other meal recipes, follow them on facebook.com/KusinaSarangani or check their website www.saranganibay.com.ph