Thursday, February 21, 2013

Pork Sinigang A Famous Filipino Dish

Yummy Pork Sinigang

During rainy season, the most popular comfort food for most Filipinos is the steamy hot soup of sour pork stew commonly called Pork Sinigang by most Filipinos.

I grew up with the said dish and I have encountered different ways on how to cook such pork sinigang and it has become one of my favorite Filipino Dish.

Cooking Pork Sinigang is simple and easy. That is actually one of the characteristics of Filipino food it is simple and easy to cook.

Want to know how to cook it?

Here's what you need:

1 bundle of Kangkong
1 bundle of Alugbati
3 pcs Saba (cardava banana)
1 Radish
2 pcs (med) gabi (taro)
1/4 kilo pork
1½ Packet of Knorr Sinigang Mix
1½ Quarts of water
2 Pcs. Of Siling Mahaba (Finger Peppers)
5 pcs of tamarind - you can use this in place of the Sinigang Mix
3 pcs of tomato

Here's what you need to do:
  • First add water into a large pot and made to boil.
  • Upon boiling add the 2 pcs of medium taro. Mashed the taro and mix it on the boiling water again. We add taro to add texture and taste on the soup.
  • Then add the pork and tamarind.
  • Once the pork is cooked add the Knorr Sinigang Mix.
  • Add sliced tomato and sliced or diced saba
  • Add radish after the tomato and saba are cooked
  • Add siling mahaba
  • Add all vegetables left.
******Serve while hot*****