Tuyo, Tuyô, Bilad (Filipino)
Danggit refers to dried fish (sun-dried or sun-baked) from the Philippines. Fish prepared as daing are usually split open (though they may be left whole), gutted, salted liberally, and then sun and air-dried. There are also "boneless" variants which fillets the fish before the drying process. It was originally a preservation technique, as salt inhibits the growth of bacteria, allowing fish to be stored for long periods of time.
Created April 9, 2020 by: itisclaudio
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List of dishes that are normally consumed for breakfast in the Philippines.