BEEF MEAT, PORK MEAT, SEAFOODS AND VEGETABLES

ALL ABOUT MY COOKING “SINIGANG” (Sour Soup)

PORK IN SOUR SOUP (SINIGANG)

YOU NEED…….

* about 1 kg pork mix with bones
* Knorr sinigang sampalok mix
* 2 pcs. chillis (siling haba, I use red ones)
* 2 pcs. tomatoes
* 2 pcs. spring onion
* 1 bunch of string bean (sitaw)
* 1 bunch of winged bean (sigarilyas)
* 3 pcs. taro (gabi)
* 1 big eggplant
* fish sauce (patis)
* ground pepper
* some water or soup stock
* some vegetable oil, I use canola oil

HOW TO…….

HIPON (SHRIMPS)

Another way of cooking “HIPON”, inspired by my late mother using Mama Sita’s “Sinigang sa sampalok mix” which is hot. By this time I peeled the shrimps to make it easier for my 2 kids. And added sigarilyas, sitaw and green leafy vegetable the so called “KANGKONG”. These are the vegetables which my family ♥♥♥ most.

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Shrimps Sinigang – iCookiTravel

YOU NEED…….

* about 1 kg Shrimps
* a bunch of String beans (Sitaw)
* a bunch of Winged bean (Sigarilyas)
* a bunch of Kangkong
* 1 Onion
* 1 Tomatoe
* Mama Sita’s sinigang sa Sampalok mix (hot)
* some Vegetble oil
* some Fish sauce (Patis) or Salt (optional)
* a cup of water or more (depends upon your preference, how much soup you prefer)

HOW TO…….

MY PORK BULALO SINIGANG

Mostly BULALO refers to beef bone marrow soup. But this one is from pork in sour soup.
I added pechay baguio and wide green beans for vegetable. To complete the sour soup, I used Knorr “sinigang sa sampalok”. This is the soup for lunch today. It’s raining outside since in the morning, a typical April weather here in Vienna. Then in the afternoon you’ll see the sun shines. The soup will complete our lunch and perfectly much with the weather today.

YOU NEED…….

* 1 kg Pork bones
* 1 pc. Onion
* 2 pcs. Tomatoes
* 1 bunch of Pechay baguio
* 250 g Wide green beans
* knorr sinigang sa sampalok
* salt or patis to taste

HOW TO…….

—Nothing special to do with this dish, as usual, I boiled the bones with onion, tomatoes and season with patis or salt. Then when done I added the vegetables. If the vegetables nearly done, add the knorr sinigang sa sampalok. And that’s it.

PORK RIBS SINIGANG with MAMA SITA’S

Onother way of cooking sinigang using dried “KAMYAS” as simple as that!
Here I used dried “Kamyas” which I got from home. There so many suff that can be use for sinigang to give the sour taste for the soup. Kamyas is one of them, you can even use fresh or dried. The other like mango seed the unripe one. I remember my father he always cooked his sinigang with this and with the water from rinsing rice will be the soup base.

YOU NEED…….

* about 600 g Pork ribs
* 80 g green beans
* 2 pcs. medium-sized Zucchini
* 2 pcs. Chilli
* a handful dried Kamyas
* 1 Onion
* 1 tomatoe
* some water
* Patis
* some Pepper

HOW TO…….

MY VERSION OF BEEF SINIGANG

This is my version of “beef sinigang”, I used dried kamyas with small eggplants, winged bean (Sigarilyas) and kangkong (water spinach). “May sabaw ka na, may ulam ka pa”, our lunch yesterday (Saturday, 27th of March 2010). Then for dinner we ate outside with my 2 kids without my hubby. He had to work on weekends.
So if you want to try my version, here is the Recipe…

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My Beef Sinigang – iCookiTravel

YOU NEED…….

* 250 g beef bones
* 400 g beef meat
* a bunch of Kangkong (water spinach)
* 250 g Winged bean (Sigarilyas)
* 250 g small eggplants
* a handful dried Kamyas
* 1 pc. onion, peeled and sliced roughly
* 1 pc. tomatoe, sliced roughly
* salt to taste

HOW TO…….

BEANS and EGGPLANT IN SOUR SOUP

Our dinner yesterday, common bean or wide green bean and eggplant in sour soup. I mix it with pork ribs for “sinigang”. And serve it with fried fish (seabream). This wide green bean is in season now.

YOU NEED…….

* 250 g wide green bean
* 1 big eggplant
* 500 g pork ribs (for sinigang)
* 2 pcs. tomatoes
* 1 onion
* some scallions, cut into rings
* 2 tbsps. mama sita’s sinigang sa sampalok mix
* some water
* 3 tbsps. vegetable oil
* 3 tbsps. fish sauce (patis)
* some pepper

HOW TO…….

SEA BREAM IN SOUR SOUP (ORATA “Sinigang sa kamyas”)

Sinigang is a Philippine soup or stew characterized by its sour flavour.
My hubby and I, we love “SINIGANG” (Sour soup) very much! No doubt if it is meat or fish. Specially in winter time. I used to cook sinigang 4 times in a week. We don’t get enough from it. Sea bream is one of my favorite fish here in Europe. Today is our market day…my hubby brought me one box of sea bream, about 7 kilos/ for 30euro instead of 35euro. This is very cheap already, and that will be our stocks for four weeks.

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Seabream in sour soup – icookitravel

YOU NEED…….

* 2 pcs. Sea Bream (Orata)
* a bunch of Kangkong (water spinach)
* a bunch of string bean (sitaw)
* a handfful of dried “Kamyas”
* 3 pcs. of “Siling haba” (chilli)
* 1 Onion
* 1 Tomatoe
* some salt to taste, you can also use fish sauce (patis) instead
* some Water

HOW TO…….

SALMON HEAD IN SOUR SOUP

YOU NEED…….

* 1 big Salmon head, cleaned
* a handful dried “kamyas”
* half a bunch of string bean
* some spinach
* 1 small onion, roughly sliced
* 2 pcs. “Sili”
* for seasoning Fish sauce ( Patis )

HOW TO…….

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