Sinigang Recipes You Can Try: Enjoy this Sour and Savory Soup Dish.  Sinigang is a comfort soup for every Filipino soul.  It is great for lunch or dinner.  You can often find this dish offered in the menu of Filipino restaurants.  Pinoys simply love this sour and savory soup mixed with some veggies.  It is simply filling and comforting.

What is Sinigang

Sinigang is a sour and savory soup that originated from the Philippines.  It is usually paired with rice. Sinigang comes from the word sigang which means stew.

Tamarind is the usual and most popular souring agent used in making sinigang. However, there are a number of alternatives whatever is available at hand with you. The good news is, there is now available sinigang mix that comes in powder form that you can use with your sinigang.

Just like any cultural dish, it has evolved and have many variations.  You can use pork, fish and various vegetables with sinigang.

Souring Ingredients You can Use for Sinigang

There are various souring agents you can use in cooking your sinigang.  Here are the following:

  1. Tamarind
  2. Kamias or Bilimbi
  3. Guava locally known as bayabas
  4. Green Mango
  5. Kalamansi or Philippines Lime
  6. Santol or Cotton fruit
  7. Green Pineapple or Pinya

Sinigang Basic Ingredients

1. Protein – can be pork and other meat or seafoods

2.  Vegetables

3. Souring agent like tamarind, etc.

4. Onions

5. Tomatoes

6. Siling haba or Chilli pepper

3 Sinigang Recipes You Can Try: Enjoy this Sour and Savory Soup Dish

  1. Sinigang na Bangus.  This is a common way of cooking sinigang fish.  Check out the recipe here.

Sinigang na Bangus, Sinigang, Mom Food Blog

2. Pork Sinigang (Sinigang na Baboy). Pork sinigang recipe here

Pork Sinigang, Mom Food Blog, Sinigang na Baboy

3. Sinigang na Danggit. Check out sinigang na danggit here.

Sinigang na Danggit, Danggit Recipe, Mom Food Blog

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Happy cooking and happy eating 🙂