Kimchi Pork Sinigang Recipe
Do you love both kimchi and sinigang?
Sinigang na baboy or pork sinigang may be one of your favorite Filipino food but have you ever tried it with Korean kimchi before?
Kimchi is one of the most iconic food to come out of Korea. It is a napa or Chinese cabbage fermented in a mixture of red pepper flakes, salt, and water. Green onions or leeks, carrots, daikon radish or labanos, garlic, ginger, and a little sugar is sometimes added to make the kimchi taste better as it ferments. It's the vinegar taste that signals that the kimchi is ready!
This sour taste is exactly why it's a great addition to a sour sinigang! The sour flavors are already present, and the kimchi not only delivers a unique sour taste but also a spicy heat that you can't get from a siling pangsigang or green finger chili. This version is a fantastic fusion of dishes from Korea and the Philppines!
Kimchi Pork Sinigang Ingredients
How to make Kimchi Pork Sinigang
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