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Daing na Bisugo with Sinangag sounds like a perfect pair for a Filipino breakfast; it will be even better if we add some spicy vinegar dip. This is an amazing treat for breakfast and a cup of brewed coffee or hot chocolate will make your experience more enjoyable.
I know that most of you know how to cook daing. This post is not to teach you how to cook or prepare daing, but rather to introduce or remind everyone of this good breakfast combination that Filipino’s enjoy. As for the sinangag or Filipino garlic fried rice, a link in the recipe below will lead you to our delicious sinangag recipe.
There are many types of salted dried fish available in the Philippines and daing is one of them. To add to this, different types of fish can be salted and sun dried to become daing. What is your favorite fish for daing? I like bisugo maybe because this is the most common variety that I can get from the Filipino store. However, I remember enjoying daing na labahita (surgeon fish) when I was in the Philippines. How about you?
Try this Breakfast Daing na Bisugo with Sinangag. Enjoy!
- 3 pieces salted dried bisugo Threadfin bream
- 2 tablespoons cooking oil
- 1 1/2 cup sinangag
- 1/2 cup sinamak or pinakurat spiced vinegar
- Heat the cooking oil in a frying pan.
- Once the oil is hot, fry all 3 pieces of daing (salted dried fish) at the same time for 1 minute per side. Make sure to quickly turn the fish over to avoid the first side from being burnt.
- Once both sides are fried, remove the fish from the pan. Place it in a plate lined with paper towel to absorb the oil.
- Transfer the fried daing na bisugo in a plate with sinangag.
- Serve with spiced vinegar.
- Share and enjoy!