Baked Bangus(Milkfish)

Baked Bangus(Milkfish)


Baked Milkfish or Bangus has been one of our families signature dishes. Here in the Philippines, we use the Milkfish or Bangus, as it is the National Fish and is very common in the region. The Bangus or Milk fish is rich in Folate, Vitamin A, B, and a good source of protein. There are many ways to prepare this type of fish, either by frying, grilling, steaming or baking. In this recipe, we’re going to share with you a quick and simple recipe that is very easy to prepare without compromising the flavor. This dish is best paired with white rice and stir-fried vegetables.

Baked Milkfish

November 26, 2017
: 3
: Easy

This baked milkfish is a family favorite. It's light, tasty, and flavorful.


  • 1 Boneless Milkfish (Around 500-700g)
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 4 Tbsp Calamansi juice/ Juice of half a lemon
  • 1/4 Stick of Salted Butter
  • Step 1 Preheat your oven to 375 F
  • Step 2 Combine the soy sauce and the calamansi juice.
  • Step 3 Prepare a pyrex or container that you can use in the over. Place the milkfish in the middle of the pyrex and pour the soy sauce and calamansi mixture, let it marinade for 5 minutes.
  • Step 4 Spread your butter on top of the milk fish, then cover it with a tin foil.
  • Step 5 Insert the pyrex into the oven and bake for 25 min.
  • Step 6 Remove the pyrex and open the foil to let the milkfish brown. Place it back in the oven for 5 min.
  • Step 7 Remove the Pyrex and serve.

This dish always reminds me of a Sunday lunch when all of our family would break bread, eat, and relax. Hope you’re able to try and enjoy this with your family as well.

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