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Tino-um na Bangus Belly

Tino-um is basically a cooking technique where in the ingredients are wrapped in banana leaves then cooked. But you can also to-um other ingredients including fish, shrimps and vegetables, among others. How about some bangus belly? If it's delicious fried, grilled or in a soupy dish, chances are it will be even more delicious, tino-um!
Here's the recipe for Tino-um na Bangus Belly

  • Bangus belly, choiced cut from your suki fish vendor or grocery
  • Tomatoes, sliced
  • Onions, sliced
  • Chives, cut
  • Banana leaves
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Olive or sesame oil (plain vegetable oil will do)
  • Water 
How to cook Tino-um na Bangus Belly
  1. Wash bangus belly thoroughly
  2. Place it atop banana leaves then sprinkle with slat and pepper.
  3. Top with tomatoes, onions, and chives then drizzle with oil.
  4. Wrap the banana leaves then tie  to avoide opening.
  5. Steam the wrapped bangus for 15-20minutes. Or you can place it in a shallow pan then add water for "steaming"
  6. Open the "package" upon serving.

There's no exact measurements for this recipe since you just adjust everything based on the size/number of the bangus belly. Just follow your taste instincts and it will reward you gastronomically,

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