SINIGANG

Saucy Shrimp Sinigang

Sinigang gets a makeover in this saucy version!
Sinigang gets a makeover in this saucy version! ...

Salmon Head Sinigang sa Miso Recipe

Looking for a comforting bowl of sinigang?
Rainy days are best spent indoors with a comforting bowl of sinigang and lots of steamed rice. Can’t find salmon heads? Try maya-maya instead. ...

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 ...

Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas Recipe (Stewed Milkfish in Guava Soup)

The guava adds a delicate mild tang to this popular local stew.
Sinigang is a Filipino favorite and is usally made with tamarind. This recipe uses guava as thesouring agent, which  adds a delicate mild tang to this popular local stew. ...

8 Things We Want to Eat On a Rainy Day

When the weather turns gray and cold, these are what we are craving for!
.When you're forced to stay in because of non-stop rains, there are dishes that we naturally crave for. What's on your cold-weather craving list? These are our picks: ChamporadoComforting chocolate flavors in a bowl! Do you have your champorado with tuyo? RamenSlurping ...

Sinigang na Sugpo sa Kamias

Though prawns make for a delicious sinigang, you may also use greasyback shrimps for this recipe.
This is probably the most costly of sinigang dishes. For this reason, it is not served as often as others, but is definitely tops on the list of sinigang aficionados. Though prawns (sugpo) make for a delicious sinigang, you may also use ...

Sinigang na Sugpo (Prawns in Sour Broth Soup)

The result of this 10-minute sinigang is a perfectly sour flavored with the freshness of prawns.
For this 10-minute sinigang, Leyanne Limjoco used both fresh green sampaloc and packaged tamarind powder. The result is a broth of perfectly sour deliciousness flavored with the freshness of succulent tiger prawns.  ...

Sinigang na Isda sa Mangga

Instead of tamarind or kamias, this sinigang uses green mangoes as its souring agent for a mild tang.
Instead of the typical tamarind or kamias, this version of sinigang na isda recipe uses green mangoes as its souring agent for a mild tang. Make this classic Pinoy favorite with your family, follow this easy recipe! ...

Sinigang na Hipon sa Kamias

For a more sour sinigang, add some calamansi juice.
If you prefer your sinigang dish to be a little more on the sour side, add some calamansi juice. Plus, use the best-tasting fish sauce you can find. Serve this flavorful sinigang na hipon sa kamias recipe in 3 easy steps! ...

Sinigang na Hipon

A bowl of steaming Sinigang na Hipon with its delicious soup and tender shrimps is simply irresistible!
A bowl of steaming Sinigang na Hipon with the delicious soup and tender shrimps is simply irresistible! Serve this classic Filipino soup using this easy recipe. ...

Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas

Of all the souring agents used for sinigang, ripe guava results in the most fruity broth and lends the least amount of sourness.
Of all the souring agents used for sinigang, ripe guava (bayabas) results in the most fruity-tasting broth and lends the least amount of sourness. Make sure to use the native guava variety for sinigang, and not the large, light green variety (guapple) ...

Sinigang

Sinigang from scratch? You can do it!
Sinigang from scratch? You can do it! This easy sinigang recipe will have you prepping this Filipino food favorite in a cinch! ...

Sinampalukang Langka

The tanginess refreshes the palate and cuts through the richness of meats.
This tasty sinampalukang langka side dish is the perfect complement to grilled or fried Filipino viands. The wonderful tanginess refreshes the palate and cuts through the richness of meats. ...

Sinigang na Baboy Recipe

Here's an easy-to-follow recipe for the ultimate favorite Filipino pork stew.
Sinigang, a Filipino pork stew, is the ultimate comfort dish! This easy-to-follow recipe can guide you through the cooking process if you are a first-timer. It's a basic sinigang na baboy recipe. There's no need to make a simple dinner recipe more complicated. It has ...

WATCH: How to Make Sinigang na Hipon sa Kamias

Sour and savory sinigang spells comfort!
Sinigang is a popular sour and savory Filipino soup perfect for cold days. This version is flavored with distinctly tart kamias and succulent shrimps. ...

Salmon Belly Sinigang Recipe

Switch up your favorite sinigang recipe and throw in some soft salmon belly into the mix!
This seafood sinigang recipe is a must-try: Salmon belly simmered slowly in sinigang turns into soft, melt-in-your-mouth bites.  ...

Sinigang na Baboy sa Bayabas Recipe

This Filipino pork stew uses guava as a souring agent!
This Filipino pork stew is a comfort food favorite: this recipe uses the guava fruit to provide the sour-sweet flavors in this well-loved dish. ...

Tangy Chicken Fingers Recipe

These sinigang-flavored tangy chicken fingers are best with a coconut milk dip!
These tangy chicken fingers combine two favorites: fried chicken and sinigang! Don’t skip making the sinampalukang gata sauce—it completes the dish. ...

Sinigang na Hipon sa Bayabas Recipe

This shrimp sinigang recipe becomes sour from unripe guava fruit.
This sinigang na hipon recipe, a traditional Filipino sour shrimp soup, uses bayabas (guava) as a souring agent.  ...

Sinigang na Salmon Recipe

Dig into sinigang, a Filipino soup with sour broth, and salmon!
The classic sour broth perfectly complements rich, fatty, tender salmon. Want a budget-friendly dish? Feel free to use bangus, maya-maya, tilapia, or even cream dory. ...
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