03 Mar2014

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I was flipping through The Philippine Cookbook compiled by Virginia Roces de Guzman and Nina Daza Puyat and saw a recipe for “Lumpiang Bangus” which is attributed to Carol Andrews Ferrer. I immediately headed to the kitchen to try it out but instead of using bangus, I decided to make it with tinapang bangus instead. I also adjusted the dipping sauce to make it less sweet. It tasted fantastic. A bit like Vietnamese spring rolls, but with the distinct smokey flavor of tinapa. I think many of you would enjoy this dish…

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Take a whole tinapang bangus (I used a Sarangani Bay Frozen Tinapang Bangus), defrost it and fry it up and flake the meat. You will have just under two cups or so of loosely packed bangus meat. In a pan, add some vegetable oil, sauté about half a cup of chopped onions, chopped tomatoes and a couple of cloves of garlic, minced. Add the flaked bangus, some soaked sotanghon noodles, then season with patis or fish sauce, freshly ground black pepper and add some chopped chives or green onion. Cool the filling, wrap up the filling in lumpia wrapper (you will make 10-12 pieces, depending on size) and fry at 350F until light golden brown.

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Serve with a garlic vinegar dipping sauce, or if you follow the original recipe, a dipping sauce with sugar, water, vinegar, garlic, chilies and grated carrots. The crisp lumpia wrapper yields to the flavorful smoked bangus with flavorful sotanghon noodles and it all results in a tasty, delicious mouthful. I think a bit of fresh coriander leaves in the stuffing or the dipping sauce would be a nice addition as well. I am thinking of trying this with flaked crab meat as well someday soon. Yum.

 

COMMENTS:

  1. Marvien De Leon says:

    Will try to make this :-) Thanks MM for sharing us good food recipe… Be Blessed!

    Mar 3, 2014 | 8:34 am

     
  2. Betchay says:

    Looks delicious! Will try this soon. Thanks!

    Mar 3, 2014 | 8:42 am

     
  3. Al says:

    i have tried something like this at wooden spoon by chef sandy daza. very tasty.

    Mar 3, 2014 | 8:44 am

     
  4. ami says:

    I once had this dish at a restaurant and couldn’t get past the taste of the raw onions that they used. They should have cooked it like you did.

    Mar 3, 2014 | 9:12 am

     
  5. passive.observer says:

    thank you MM! we usually use tilapia flakes for this. will try this one out.

    Mar 3, 2014 | 10:46 am

     
  6. kristin says:

    thanks MM..will try tuna flakes with these…get well soon.

    Mar 4, 2014 | 1:27 am

     
  7. Boopsie says:

    Galing! Marketman has again demystified another dish. Your right, it seems quite easy.
    make first a tasty pancit with tinapa and sotanghon. Cool it, and stuff it in lumpia wrappers.

    Mar 4, 2014 | 3:00 am

     
  8. Botchok says:

    This is a regular in our household usually when we have leftover fried fish especially tinapa.

    Mar 4, 2014 | 4:07 am

     
  9. mayums says:

    would love to try this. thank you MM.

    Mar 5, 2014 | 7:27 am

     
  10. Susan says:

    I’m so glad I can eat fish again! I think crab lumpia will be even more delicious.

    Mar 5, 2014 | 3:12 pm

     
  11. Lorraine says:

    or maybe we can just turn the recipe into a pancit recipe. i think it will be yummy!

    Mar 6, 2014 | 3:03 am

     
  12. Marketman says:

    Lorraine, you are absolutely correct, I ate several forkfuls of the pancit… it’s a great seafood version for LENT if you pull back on meat for the period…

    Mar 6, 2014 | 9:21 am

     
  13. Lorraine says:

    i will try it this weekend! yummy!

    Mar 7, 2014 | 1:16 am

     
  14. tet says:

    Hi MM, have you tried baking instead of deep frying those spring rolls?
    Cheers,
    Tet Vancouver

    Mar 8, 2014 | 6:27 am

     
  15. Agnes Lorenzana says:

    Perfect for Lent! Might work well too with rice paper.

    Mar 8, 2014 | 9:40 am

     
  16. millet says:

    thanks for this idea, MM. i did this the other day and it was a big hit!

    Mar 18, 2014 | 6:32 pm

     

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