SISIG

There's Adobo And Sisig At This Japanese Restaurant

Japanese cuisine meets Filipino flavors!
Genki Sushi, a Japanese restaurant known for its conveyor belt for sushi, serves different types of maki, temaki, sashimi, nigiri, gunkan, rice bowls, side dishes, and desserts. The latest additions to their menu combine Filipino flavors and Japanese food: the Japanese Tuna Adobo ...

You Have To Try This Hidden Restaurant's Delicious Tofu Sisig!

This hidden restaurant in Poblacion knows how to do tofu dishes right.
Along the street of Kalayaan Avenue, there’s a hidden gem of a restaurant (with no signage!) sitting right above a Ministop branch. You have to look for a black and white painting of an eye to know you're in the right place. Once ...

Squid Sisig Recipe

Seafood lovers will adore this sisig version made of squid.
Sisig gets a delicious makeover with the entire dish remade into a seafood version. Tender squid is used to make this sizzling plate into a delicious dish that you can serve alone or with a side of beer.   ...

WATCH: How To Make Tofu Sisig

Sisig lovers, don't fret. You can still eat your favorite pulutan with this healthy twist.
This is how you can make your favorite sisig a little healthier: use tofu! Yes, it's delicious like you would expect sisig to be. Instead of meat, there is more flavor from the sauce, especially in the tiny squares of tofu itself. The tangy, salty, and spicy ...

This Resto's Coughin' Sisig is a Full-Blown and Delicious Dining Experience

Try it, then sample the other delectable street food choices on its expanded menu.
There's a reason why the sisig is the best selling dish on the menu of Cargofish. The moment the flavorful sauce hits the hot sizzling plate, a powerful smoke erupts, causing a coughing frenzy around the table. But that shouldn't deter you. It's ...

You Can Now Have This Famous Sisig From Makati Delivered Through Grab!

Yes, it's the famous Jolli Jeep sisig!
Any Makati City resident or employee is familiar with the Jolli Jeep, or the stalls that line the streets of Makati, serving home-style meals. And one of the most popular ones is arguably Sisig sa Rada. Walk around during lunchtime along Rada Street near Legazpi Active Park, and you'll probably ...

You Should Try These Sisig Dishes From Around The Philippines

You've never had sisig like this before!
Sisig is a popular Kapampangan crispy pork dish usually made from a pig’s head and liver and seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers. It is marinated with soy sauce and vinegar to give it its distinct well-rounded umami flavor. Sisig is usually served ...

All The Sisig Recipes You Will Ever Need

From vegetarian to sinfully indulgent, we have all the sisig recipes you need.
Do you remember the first time you had sisig? Before it was even put down on the table, its aroma, wafting about with the hot swirls of smoke, had probably already reached you. Once on the table, it also probably continued to ...

Craving Sushi, Pancit, and Sisig? Ooma Sushi Bar and Manam Are Now in Greenhills

Why not have both?
Japanese and Filipino food may not have a lot of similarities, but both have a special place in many food lovers' hearts. If you count yourself as one of them, you'll love the joint opening of Manam and Ooma Sushi Bar in Greenhills!Manam still has ...

What To Eat + What To Do in Pampanga

We asked restaurateur and local food guide Poch Jorolan on the joys of eating in the country’s culinary capital.
The food scene in Pampanga is unique because of the people involved. We have quite a number of culinary personalities that are well-known not only in the country but also in the international food scene, like chef Claude Tayag. Our cuisine is ...

There's Such A Thing As Lechon Sisig!

Just keep it a secret from your doctor.
Imagine having lechon so often that you get tired of it, and you actually dread seeing it once again on the dining table. It seems strange for anyone who only has the roast pig on special occasions, say Christmas or a party for ...

Counting Calories? Try These Sisig Recipes Made with Bangus, Tokwa, and Tuna

Even meat lovers will love these sisig versions.
Cooking and eating healthier options, no matter what time of the year, is a habit that will always pay off in the long run. Plus, there are simple ways to do it without sacrificing flavor and indulgence! What about switching your main ...

Lechon Sisig Recipe

Take sisig to the next level with crunchy lechon kawali!
Take Pinoy sisig to the next level with crunchy lechon kawali! You can fry pork belly until crispy or simply use leftover lechon kawali to create a tasty dish.  ...

Anthony Bourdain on Sisig: "People will be crazy for sisig everywhere."

The TV host, chef, and writer declared sisig as “the breakout dish.”
It was inevitable: Anthony Bourdain was going to be asked about Filipino food during the press conference held on June 2 as part of the World Street Food Congress in Manila. He was in town to source for possible vendors for his ...

You Will Be Obsessed with These Sisig-Stuffed Rice Balls

Eating The Broken Oven’s sisig kaninballs is a euphoric experience.
We love a good twist on a classic Filipino dish, especially when the result is mouth-wateringly wonderful and 100% satisfying. Meet our newest favorite food obsession: Sisig Kaninballs from The Broken Oven.The dish consists of saucy sisig that sits inside a ball ...

WATCH: How to Make Filipino-Style Tuna Sisig

Tuna sisig, anyone? Don't forget the calamansi!
Use fresh tuna for a lighter take on the popular Pinoy sizzling dish. Add mayonnaise for a creamy version and don't forget the calamansi!Takes 15 minutes Makes 3 servings 2 tablespoons oil1 small red onion, peeled and chopped3 cloves garlic, peeled and ...

Sisig Salad Recipe

Top your salad greens with a Filipino favorite: pork sisig fried until crispy.
Add texture to your favorite salad by adding pork sisig fried until super crispy! Remember to dress your salad in a citrus-based vinagrette to cut through the fatty pork flavors.  ...

Pork Inasal Sisig Recipe

Looking for a fun way to use leftovers? Make this sisig recipe with pork inasal!
Filipino food is very versatile. Here's a fun sisig dish that uses last night's pork inasal. Think of new ways to re-invent leftovers so that every meal stays exciting.  ...

Love Tofu and Sisig? This Recipe is for You!

Put a vegetarian spin on a Filipino favorite!
It's easy to go meatless with this easy-to-follow tofu sisig recipe. Remember to use muscovado sugar: it gives depth to the subtle sweet flavors of this Filipino dish. 2 blocks, around 300 grams each firm tofu or tokwa, rinsed and patted dry2 red ...

Easy Tofu Sisig Recipe

This easy tofu sisig recipe is a vegetarian twist on the porky Filipino favorite!
Going meatless? Go with this easy tofu sisig recipe. It's a healthy alternative to the traditional pork sisig and is still packed with a load of flavor. With basic ingredients such as soy sauce, vinegar, onions, and garlic, this dish is sure ...
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