This recipe is a very very common to Filipino people. Sour soup with lots of veggies plus the meat. Sinigang can be cooked with pork, beef, fish or chicken but chicken sinigang is often called as “Sinampalukang Manok”. Other versions of the dish derive their sourness from ingredients such as guava, calamansi, bilimbi, or unripe mango but tamarind is commonly used by the Pinoy cooks.
I live in a city and not all ingredients are available around. Instead of using tamarind fruit for its sourness, I just make use of the tamarind seasoning powder. There are times that we tend to be choosy in eating veggies, some does not want to eat okra or gabi. Here I only use kangkong (water spinach) and talong (eggplant) for my veggies. This is very easy recipe and hope you like it!
Ingredients of Pork Sinigang Recipe
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