Sinigang na Salmon sa Miso Recipe (Salmon in Tamarind Miso Soup)
This sinigang recipe uses miso paste which thickens the soup and adds a sour zing to the dish.
Sinigang is a classic sour stew in the Philippines—it's usually cooked with fish, beef, or pork, and with a souring agent such as tamarind (sampalok) or the local kamias fruit. It's sour and savory flavor brings comfort to Filipinos especially during the rainy season. This sinigang recipe uses miso paste which thickens the soup and adds a delightful zing to the dish. Want to make it healthier? Add other vegetables such as okra and white radish. Serve your sinigang with a steaming cup of rice to make it extra special.