GoodAh!!!’s Lenten Dish | Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus

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Like many of you, soup tastes and smells like home to me and my kids. Now I'm a mom myself, tried to recreate every recipe I got from my mom. My mother loves to cook and Sinigang is what she cooks best. One of the best things about being a child is that it's always soup season at home. Nothing beats a warm bowl of soup and hot white rice to go along with it, even on hot Summer days.

Although I love to cook, too, there are times you're just not up to it. My family goes out to eat 2-3 times a month and we love spending quality time together with friends while dining out.
When my kids see Sinigang on a restaurant menu, they still get excited. There’s really something about the slightly spicy broth with tender sliced pork belly or the Bangus belly,  the veggies on top and that hot sour soup that anyone just can’t resist.
Speaking of Bangus, I was recently invited to try GoodAh!!!'s newest addition to their menu. Since Bangus has always been a sought-after fish in many Filipino dishes, Goodah wants to include the dish to their menu perfect for the Lenten season.

Whether it is put in Sinigang, stuffed and grilled lika Relyeno, or split, seasoned and fried as a Daing, Filipinos would painstakingly take out all the bones from the Milkfish just to enjoy the light and slightly creamy meat of bangus, particularly the juicy, fatty belly of the fish.
Taking all the bones out of a Milkfish is no easy feat, that’s why deboned bangus has been a big convenience to those who love it. Many restaurants now serve boneless bangus in many dishes so diners can enjoy their meals.
GoodAh!!!, the quick service restaurant that has been offering new ways to enjoy Filipino dishes, has the ideal bangus dish to offer— Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus!

GoodAh!!!’s take on the Filipino favorite offers four golden-brown crispy cuts of a medium-sized bangus in a steaming pot of miso soup Then vegetables such as tomatoes, kangkong, radish, and string beans are added to complete the Sinigang dish. Served in a hot pot, diners can enjoy the hot soup and pair it with several cups of rice as they enjoy each bite of the boneless bangus, veggies, and the sour-savory Miso soup.
The deliciously healthy dish could not have come at a more appropriate time, with the Holy Week just around the corner. The soft and creamy texture of bangus meat, matched with its fried crunchy exterior gives diners a delicious contrast in textures. The vegetables are perfectly cooked, with a crisp bite in every piece. The miso soup balances every flavor with its rich complexity that really catches the season. Bangus lovers will definitely enjoy this new dish from GoodAh!!!, especially during this Lenten season, when meat dishes are limited for those who are fasting or abstaining.

GoodAh!!!’s Boneless Bangus in Miso is now being offered in all 7 branches in the metro. For just PhP 199.00 the whole family or a group of 2-3 friends can enjoy GoodAh!!!’s take on the Filipino favorite. This new dish from GoodAh!!! makes any season meal times more enjoyable.
GoodAh!!! continues to treat Filipinos to culinary discoveries with this new Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus, much like their recent popular food offerings: Krispy Kare-Kare, Crispy Pata, and Bulalugaw. And GoodAh!!! has been doing this for more than 30 years, as seen in their coined acronym dishes like Tapsilog, Tosi, Longsi, and many others that have become a ubiquitous part of popular Filipino meals today— and each one is “Pagkaing Good for Every-All”.

Watch out for more exciting dishes from GoodAh!!! by visiting their website at www.goodah.com.ph or their Facebook at www.facebook.com/GoodahPh.



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