The dried danggit is a favorite Filipino breakfast staple, best served with fried garlic rice, an egg that's either sunny side up or scrambled, vinegar with chilis as a dip, and a hot cup of kapeng barako.
We use vacuum-sealed packaging to retain the freshness of our dried fish products and make it stink-free. No need to worry about the stinky smell and you can place it anywhere you want or give it as pasalubong.
About the community
A common livelihood product for Nanays from coastal communities wherein each community has their own technique of preserving or brine-processing freshly caught fish. These coastal areas include places such as Masbate, Quezon province, Sama,r and Bantayan Island.