Seafood Bringhe Valenciana


Seafood Bringhe
Seafood Bringhe Valenciana. Traditionally paella or valenciana is served at our Noche Buena every year. The blog is now about 2 1/2 years and I also made as a tradition to post those Noche Buena paella dish whether it’s arroz, valenciana or bringhe. Last year it was my own seafood paella and the year before it was the rice cooker version of seafood paella.

Bringhe Valenciana

For this year’s Noche Buena I made a Seafood Bringhe Valenciana. It’s a medley of crabs, clams, mussels, squids and fish fillet. To make the dish I used one part glutinous rice and one part regular rice sautéed in garlic, ginger and onions. In addition to the usual chorizo, I also used bacon, fried till crisp and added to the sautéed rice for added flavours. The rice is then boiled with the broth from pre-cooking the seafoods and pure coconut milk in a large pot. It is simmered until most of the liquid is absorbed by the rice before transpering in a large wok lined with banana leaves. It is then cooked to low heat until the coconut renders oil and the kitchen is filled with the sweet aroma of coconut oil and banana leaves. It is then served topped with boiled eggs.

Seafood Bringhe Valenciana

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I WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Here is how I made my “Seafood Bringhe Valenciana”.

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups malagkit, glutinous rice
1 1/2 cups regular rice
1 small size, cream dory fish fillet, cut into serving pieces
6 pcs. medium size pusit, squid, sliced or cut into serving pieces
2 pcs. alimasag, crab, trimmed, cut in half
2 cups medium size shrimp, trimmed
2 cups tahong, mussels
2 cups halaan, clams
1 pc. chorizo, sliced, reserved lard
1/2 cup bacon, cut into small squares
1/2 cup green peas
1/2 cup raisins
1 large size red bell pepper, cut into strips
1 cup pure coconut milk
2 thumb size ginger, cut into thin strips
1/2 head garlic, chopped
1 medium size onion, chopped
3-4 pcs. bay leaf
1 tbsp. turmeric powder
1/2 cup patis, fish sauce
salt
cooking oil
banana leaf
4 hardboiled eggs, quartered

Cooking procedure:

Seafood Bringhe Valenciana - Cooking Procedure

Wash clams and mussels, place in a container with lid, cover with water and replace lid, let sit for several hours (entire day) to allow the clams and mussels to expel sand and discard sea water, change water frequently and wash and drain. Put the clams and mussels in a large pan, add in 1 cup of water let boil and stirring occasionally until all the shells have open, remove from heat. Separate the clams and mussels from the broth, using a sieve strain broth of scum and sand if any, reserve the broth. Separate and discard the top empty shell and shells that did not open, keep aside. Boil crabs in 1 cup of water until color changes to red, reserve the broth, keep aside. Wash glutinous and regular rice, soak for at least an hour, and keep aside. In a pot heat oil and stir cook chorizo and bacon until crisp, add in garlic, ginger and onion, sauté for 1 to 2 minutes. Add in turmeric powder, bay leaf and fish sauce, stir cook for another minute. Add in the drained glutinous and regular rice, stir cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until the oil is infused to the rice. Add the 2 cups of broth from boiling the seafoods and the coconut milk bring to a boil and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes stirring occasionally, add more water if required. Add in the grabs, shrimp, clams, mussels, bell pepper, raisins and green peas let simmer until most of the liquid is absorbed by the rice. Now transfer the half-cocked rice in a large wok lined with banana leaves. Flatten the rice into a mound add on top the squid and fish fillet, cover with banana leaf then with the lid. Set the stove heat to the lowest possible setting and steam cook for 30 to 45 minutes. When done serve in a platter garnish with quartered egg.

See other related paella recipe:

Bringhe
Arroz Negra, Black Paella
Pinoy Arroz Paella
Seafood Rice Cooker Paella Valencianna

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