About the Dish:
Sinigang is a traditional Filipino soup known for its sour taste. It is typically made with meat (such as pork, beef, or shrimp), vegetables (such as kangkong or water spinach, radish, and tomatoes), and tamarind as a souring agent. The dish is often served hot and is best enjoyed with steamed rice. Sinigang is a popular comfort food in the Philippines, especially during rainy days.
|Total Fat||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Saturated Fat||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Trans Fat||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Cholesterol||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Sodium||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Total Carbohydrates||Varies depending on ingredients and serving size|
|Dietary Fiber||Varies depending on ingredients and serving size|
|Sugars||Varies depending on ingredients and preparation|
|Protein||Varies depending on meat and preparation|
|Water spinach (kangkong)||2 bunches|
|Tamarind mix||1 packet|
|Onion||1 piece, chopped|
|Garlic||4 cloves, minced|
- Step 1: In a large pot, sauté the onions and garlic until fragrant.
- Step 2: Add the pork and cook until browned. Add water and bring to a boil.
- Step 3: Once boiling, add the tomatoes and tamarind mix. Simmer for about 10 minutes until the tomatoes are softened.
- Step 4: Add the radish and cook for another 5 minutes.
- Step 5: Add the water spinach and cook until wilted.
- Step 6: Season with salt to taste.
- Step 7: Serve hot with steamed rice.