Bangus Adobo in Olive Oil, 10 oz.
Bangus (Milkfish) Back Fillet Adobo in Olive Oil. We include fish bones in this product. Why? Fish bones have high calcium content, but they are already soft since we use an industry standard canning equipment and procedure. So it is like the bones from the Sardines, they become soft. You won't even notice it anymore.
We use our family's heirloom adobo sauce for this recipe. This is one of our best sellers. A must try!
You may think that this is a common product since every Filipino family have their own Adobo rendition. Of course, each Filipino family is proud of their family Adobo recipe and each Filipino family have different ways to prepare their "Adobo". This is our family's version.
We made this jar of Bangus Back Fillet Adobo with a healthier twist: we packed in Olive Oil. Aside from that Bangus is known to be rich in omega 3.
When you cook adobo style whether using chicken-pork adobo or just chicken meat or just using pork meat or in our case, Bangus or Tofu, it is a slow-cooking process that the meat is cooked with vinegar and soy sauce. That's the secret why Adobo style of cooking is so delicious. We know some foreigners also love it.
Serve this product with hot rice or as filling in a warm pan de sal for breakfast or even for merienda.
Also available in 8 oz. square jars and 8 oz. round jars.