Food Trip Friday #7: Relyeno

Relyenong Bangus.


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Pinaputok na Bangus

Pinaputok na Bangus stuffed with tomatoes, onions and spices and seasonings. Typically, Pinoy cook this by grilling, wrapped in banana leaves or aluminum foil but I fried this instead for less preparation time and hassle in heating the coal.

We brought these food during our summer getaway in Laiya. We all love milkfish especially the belly part cooked as sinigang, daing, inihaw or relyeno and when it is deboned.

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17 thoughts on “Food Trip Friday #7: Relyeno

  1. Jenn

    Maraming bangus sa market ngayon… pero mahirap mag-rellenong bangus. 🙁 I love relleno with ketchup!

    My FTF is served HERE.

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  2. Clarissa

    parang abot dito sa Japan ang amoy ng relyanong bangus mo,Nuts^_^Miss ko na ang bangus,wala yan dito(T_T)

    Enjoy your weekend,dear!^_^

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  3. tatess

    i like only while still hot at kakaluto pa lang tapos may toyo at kalamansi . paglumamig na parang nalalansahan na ako.

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  4. Newlyweds

    wow, yun pala tawag dun, pinaputok na bangus, love it with toyo, kalamansi or toyo, suka with lots of onion and chili flakes..

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  5. imriz

    hmmm, you just gave me an idea, will try frying it instead, try ko tom.
    i do serve relleno pag may ocassion…

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  6. Reena

    nakakagutom naman! mahilig ako sa ganayng klase ng luto ng fish. hehe…ndi ako nagpaparinig, promise. lol

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    I like the Pinaputok na bangus, especially kung maraming laman,I will used the stuffing as a dip. 🙂

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  8. Dhemz

    huling huli napo ako sa pila..am sure ubos na to…ehhehee! kakagutom eh….never pa akong nakaluto nito te…may recipe po ba kau?

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