There Are So Many Different Ways to Cook Sinigang

Sinigang is the perfect comfort food-it's so easy to make, and it's very versatile, too!

 

Known for its sour and savory soup, sinigang is a staple dish that definitely reminds Filipinos of home. It is commonly cooked with pork chunks in a tamarind broth but Filipinos tend to be very creative with the ingredients they have all around them and cook it with different meats and souring agents.

 

Here are some delightful versions of sinigang you can make at home: 

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Sour and savory sinigang spells comfort!

This sinigang recipe uses miso paste which thickens the soup and adds a sour zing to the dish.

Instead of tamarind or kamias, this sinigang uses green mangoes as its souring agent for a mild tang.

Using sampalok lends a deep sour deliciousness to this dish that instant sinigang packets can't give.

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