Fisher Farms’ Baked Rellenong Bangus

Fisher Farms’ Gourmet Baked Rellenong Bangus is a special Filipino dish is now available for us to eat anytime, anywhere without the amount of work involved thus enjoying good and healthy food at the same time.

Back when we I was living in our parents’ house, rellenong bangus would be one of our star main dish in special occasions like birthday and holiday season.  It was also a sort of bonding and playful moments for us siblings when my mother will tell us to debone it one by one after the milk fish was boiled which was removed from its skin.

Do I dare to try preparing and cooking rellenong bangus?

All these years, no.  Even my late grandma and mother told me how to do it step-by-step, the tedious work made me think of not to do it.  That is how I was lazy.  So I have a high regards to homemakers who are very, very patient in preparing one.

Yes, I still love rellenong bangus and until now,  I serve it at home.  I get it already done to reliable night market whenever it was available.  Me and my mother were also always on contact, so when she told me she will prepare one, I asked her to give me extra where I can picked it up.  LOL! Stubborn of me.

Last December 15, I was invited by Fisher Farms. By the word itself, I gladly say yes because I love to explore different dishes about fish.

Fisher Farms Inc. is considered to be the world-class aquaculture food processor and the largest supplier of farm-raised milkfish in the country. grows its milkfish in the pristine seawaters of Pangasinan in fish cages, resulting to sweeter, more flavorful, firmer and cleaner fish. Only high-protein feeds are given to farmed fish to produce high-quality fish meat.

This made me more excited.  Our dinner for that night was to serve us Gourmet Baked Rellenong Bangus which was considered to be the  main dish.   Created by celebrity chef and food expert Reggie Aspiras, this delicious creation is a healthy alternative to fatty dishes.

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The whole bangus is stuffed with a savory filling of fish, sweet potato, bangus belly, shrimp and special ingredients that give an extra-ordinary twist to traditional dish we all know.

What makes it juicy, flavorful and healthy was baking it thus cutting down the fats whenever frying them in oil.

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The relleno comes in three generous sizes to suit the Filipino family: 800-grams, 1.1 kilos, and 1.3 kilos that ranges the price between P 600 to P 700 each depending on the size available select supermarkets in Metro Manila and in select provinces around the country.

Big, huge I may say – definitely a feast on its own that can be a centerpiece on any celebration.

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Some would say a no, no in frozen food like this one which made the food not that fresh to eat which I also supporting.

What I did was to try it after two – three days, thawed it in our freezer and baked it again in our oven.

The result?

The taste was still intact – juicy and delicious.  One can see how succulent inside the fish meat retaining the clearness of each stuffed ingredients.


Again, thanks Fisher Farm for this dish and preparing it for us.

This special Filipino dish is now available for us to eat anytime, anywhere without the amount of work involved thus enjoying good and healthy food at the same time.

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