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Monday, April 10, 2017

A MUST TRY! GoodAh!!! 's SINIGANG SA MISO BONELESS BANGUS


Whenever I see Sinigang na bangus, I always remember my "late" yaya also known as our house helper who always cooks her Sinigang na Bangus for us sooooo perfectly! I used to be a "picky" eater that I tend really choose what I eat and who cooks it. Perhaps that's the reason why she has perfected her cooking skills. (wink, wink)

At the time I am writing this post, I am still on my "no rice" on meals which I started last Ash Wednesday and would end on Easter. I cannot "abstain" from eating pork & beef nor practice "fasting" so I just chose to substitute it with the "no rice" on my meals during this Lenten Season.

What about you? Have you done any fasting or abstinence during this lenten season? I'm sure you do 'cause most of the practicing catholic I know are doing something like this during lent. If you are like me who cannot practice full time fasting, one way to do it is to cut out eating pork or any meat and substitute it by eating just vegetables or fish.

Mahirap ba? No time to cook? You don't have to worry now since Goodah!!! has the solution to that with their latest offering — Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus!

Last Wednesday, I got first dibs on this juicy, healthy and tasty dish at GoodAh!!!’s Metrowalk branch, together with a few bloggers. The deliciously healthy dish could not have come at a more appropriate time especially during the holy week season.



GoodAh!!!’s TAKE ON SINIGANG SA MISO BONELESS BANGUS

GoodAh!!! offers four golden-brown crispy cuts of a medium-sized bangus in a steaming pot of miso soup served in a hot pot. Perfectly cooked vegetables such as tomatoes, kangkong, radish, and string beans are added to complete the Sinigang dish — with a crisp bite in every piece.

THE VERDICT
We all know that Bangus (aka Milkfish) has always been a sought-after fish in many Filipino dishes. Whether it is put in Sinigang, stuffed and grilled like Relyeno, or split, seasoned and fried as a Daing, Filipinos would painstakingly take out all the bones from the Milkfish just to enjoy the light and slightly creamy meat of bangus, particularly the juicy, fatty belly of the fish.


Last wednesday, since I still practice my "no rice" every meal I just enjoyed Goodah's Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus as it is. My fellow bloggers paired their hot soup with several cups of rice as they enjoy each bite of the boneless bangus, veggies, and the sour-savory Miso soup.

Nainggit ba ako? OO. haha! 'cause I super wish I enjoyed Goodah's Sinigang sa Miso with rice. Nothing could be better to enjoy the soft and creamy texture of bangus meat, matched with its fried crunchy exterior without rice.  My gaaaad! 


The miso soup balances every flavor with its rich complexity that really catches the season. Bangus lovers will definitely enjoy this new dish from GoodAh!!! 


Oh wait, did I mention that I also enjoyed their Crispy Pata? OO na. sorry na. I know you are gonna say I am practicing a "no rice" every meal pero bawing-bawi naman sa ulam. Please don't judge me yet. haha!  Promise, this holy week, I will  really try my best to cut down my meat intake. 


I also ordered Mango Shake to match the tasty Sinigang sa Miso and the Crispy Pata which made it Ohhh so truly sarap. 

AVAILABILITY
GoodAh!!!’s Boneless Bangus in Miso is now being offered in all 7 branches in the metro. For just PhP 199.00 the whole family or a group of 2-3 friends can enjoy GoodAh!!!’s take on the Filipino favorite. 

This new dish from GoodAh!!! makes any season meal times more enjoyable.

OTHER DISH
GoodAh!!! continues to treat Filipinos to culinary discoveries with this new Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus, much like their recent popular food offerings: Krispy Kare-Kare, Crispy Pata, and Bulalugaw. 


And GoodAh!!! has been doing this for more than 30 years, as seen in their coined acronym dishes like Tapsilog, Tosi, Longsi, and many others that have become a ubiquitous part of popular Filipino meals today— and each one is “Pagkaing Good for Every-All”. 

Watch out for more exciting dishes from GoodAh!!! by visiting their website at www.goodah.com.ph or their Facebook at www.facebook.com/GoodahPh.


Xoxo,

Jaimie 

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