Sinigang na Baboy

Sinigang na Baboy

Sinigang is a traditional Filipino soup with a sour and savory flavor profile. It’s a portion of favorite comfort food in the Philippines, commonly served alone or with steamed rice on rainy days to keep the chill at bay.

As with adobo, the term sinigang refers to a cooking method rather than a specific meal, as there are numerous varieties. It can be cooked using pig, fish, shrimp, beef, and chicken, as well as souring agents such tamarind, guava, green mango, calamansi, kamias, batuan, santol, and other natural fruits.

Sinigang na Baboy

Sinigang is a traditional Filipino soup with a sour and savory flavor profile. It's a portion of favorite comfort food in the Philippines, commonly served alone or with steamed rice on rainy days to keep the chill at bay.
Course Pork,
Cuisine Filipino
Keyword Filipino Food,, Maasim,, Pork, Sinigang,, Soup,
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings 1 Persons
Calories 766kcal
Cost 300

Equipment

  • 1 Gas Range or Lutoan
  • 1 Measuring Spoon
  • 1 Large Pot
  • 1 Chopping Board
  • 1 Sharp Knife
  • 1 Ladle

Ingredients

  • 2¬†lbs.¬†pork belly¬†sliced into cubes
  • 2 to 3¬†cups¬†kangkong leaves
  • 3¬†pieces¬†long green chili pepper¬†siling pansigang
  • 2¬†pieces¬†tomato¬†quartered
  • 1¬†cup¬†sliced daikon radish¬†labanos
  • 10 to 12¬†pieces¬†snake beans¬†cut in 2 inch length pieces
  • 1¬†piece¬†onion¬†quartered
  • 15¬†pieces¬†okra
  • 2¬†pieces¬†taro¬†peeled and cut in half (gabi)
  • 7¬†cups¬†water
  • 2¬†packs¬†Maggi Magic Sinigang sa Sampaloc Mix Original¬†(20 gram pack)
  • 3¬†tablespoons¬†fish sauce¬†patis
  • ¬ľ¬†teaspoon¬†ground black pepper

Instructions

  • Pour water into a cooking pot. Let boil
    7 cups water
  • Add onion and tomato. Boil for 5 to 7 minutes.
    1 piece onion quartered, 2 pieces tomato quartered
  • Put the pork in the cooking pot. Boil for 25 minutes.
    2 lbs. pork belly sliced into cubes
  • Add the taro. Cover and continue to boil for 30 minutes.
    2 pieces taro peeled and cut in half (gabi)
  • Add Maggi Magic sa Sampaloc mix, fish sauce, and ground black pepper; stir.
    2 packs Maggi Magic Sinigang sa Sampaloc Mix Original (20 gram pack), 3 tablespoons fish sauce patis
  • Put the daikon radish in. Cook for 3 to 5 minutes.
    1 cup sliced daikon radish labanos
  • Add the chili peppers, okra, and snake beans. Cook for 7 minutes.
    3 pieces long green chili pepper siling pansigang, 15 pieces okra, 10 to 12 pieces snake beans cut in 2 inch length pieces
  • Add the kangkong. Cover the cooking pot and turn off the heat. Let it stay covered for 5 minutes.
    2 to 3 cups kangkong leaves
  • Transfer to as serving bowl. Serve with a small bowl with patis and spicy chili.
    3 pieces long green chili pepper siling pansigang

Notes

  1. You can use any type of pork you like for this recipe. You can also use beef.
  2. If you use it, increase the cooking time to make sure the beef is tender.

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