Anyways, for those who want a step-by-step procedure to debone the milkfish ( Bangus), here it is: Raw Materials: Fresh bangus (preferably. What is bangus deboning? Bangus deboning is the process of removing the intermuscular and nuisance bones of bangus by manual method.

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Anyways, for those who want a step-by-step procedure to debone the milkfish Bangushere dehone is:. Fresh bangus preferably 3 pieces to a kilo Equipments: Mosquito forceps, straight Cutting board Sharp knife Utility tray Basin. Wash fish upon arrival from the market.

Scales may or may not removed.

Split fish on the dorsal side starting from the tail to the head by running the edge of the knife along the backbone. Removal of internal organs.

Lay fish open like butterfly fillet. Remove gills and internal organs. Wash fish to remove blood and dirt. The black membrane covering the belly cavity may or may not be removed depending upon the consumers choice. Wash fish in running water. Removal of backbone dorsal fin. Remove backbone by laying fish flat on the cutting board with the skin down.


Trim off the dorsal fin. Deboning Proper It is important to know the exact location of the spines most especially the the intermascular spines. I just put it for illustration purposes: Place fish in the shallow tray. With the end of the mosquito forceps, start removing the spines.

The bones are located in the belly cavity. They are visible and superficially embedded thus easy to pull out.

Steps in Deboning Bangus

Vangus a superficial slit from head to tail along the dent of the dorsal muscle. Pull out the embedded intermascular spines one at a time.

The spines on the head portion are branched spines while the rest are unbranched. The spines on the tail portion are very much attached to the muscle tendon, making it difficult to remove.

It is necessary to make a horizontal slit on this portion for easier removal of these spines. Area located in-between the dorsal and ventral muscles. Pull out first the large arch-shaped spines debpne the base of baangus operculum. Proceed puling out the Y-shaped spines up the mid-portion of the body ending with 3 single delicate spines. Make a shallow slit along the dent between the muscle segments of the ventral side and mid-portion of the body to the tip of the muscle in the tail.


Pull out the first 2 very fine and delicate spines found in the mid-body which is the start of the spines located in banbus portion. Proceed to the tail region. After the deboning, you can start marinating the deboned bangus.

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In my case, I usually put vinegar, minced garlic, salt and pepper. Put it in the refrigerator for hours then fry your own homemade boneless bangus.

Serve with white rice or fried rice. Good for breakfast with minced tomatoes. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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