Pork Sinigang

Jan 25, 2007 by Chboogs D. Putipina | 3 Comments| Share it:   



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  • Prep: ~30 mins.
  • Cook: 30 mins. - 1 hr.
  • Serves: 6

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  • 3/4 kilo pork good for stewing
  • 40 g. tamarind soup base
  • 3 small tomatoes
  • 1 medium onion
  • a bunch of water spinach (kangkong)
  • a bunch of winged beans
  • 1 medium size white radish
  • a couple of taro root
  • 5 1/2 cups of water
  • long green chili
  • salt to taste

Step 1

Picture of the veggies all chopped up. Pick the leaves of the water spinach and the soft stem part. Peel and slice the radish diagonally. Slice the winged beans in the same manner. Peel the taro root and slice into half. Slice tomatoes and onion.


Step 2

Boil the pork in water. Season with a little bit of salt and cook until tender.


Step 3

Add in the tamarind soup base, onions and tomatoes. Drop the taro root as it takes quite some time to cook. Let it boil for about 10 minutes.


Step 4

Add in the radish. Cook for roughly about 7 minutes.


Step 5

Add in the winged beans and the stem of the water spinach. Cook till done for a few minutes. The moment the color turns to bright green it should be done.


Step 6

Add lastly the leaves of the water spinach. As soon as it wilts in the boiling stock, your sinigang is done!

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Jan 10, 2009

Hi, I like your style of cooking sinigang. I am not a good cook but every time I try, I search the internet. And so far your cooking reminds me of my Mom’s. Anyway, I just wanna ask you for a recipe of Beef Nilaga or Nilagang Baka. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks

user does not have an avatar Jayvie

Sep 19, 2010

Steps in cooking is new to me but I tried it anyways, and its tasty.. Thanks!

user does not have an avatar Anne

Jan 24, 2011

This recipe looks amazing- and a little bit spicy, just the way I like it! I have never attempted to cook Filipino food, so this will be a first but I am excited to give it a try!

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