Top Rated Sinigang Recipes

Steamed Tamarind Chicken
This is a healthy version of a Filipino dish called sinampalukan manok (chicken with tamarind). Instead of doing the traditional soup with chicken, I steamed the chicken and used the same sinampalukan manok ingredients as a dry rub. This recipe is under the category "I can't believe it's that easy."  You can also prepare chicken soup stock with tamarind and serve it on the side, making this a deconstructed version of the traditional dish.
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MacaroniMandy
This is a recipe is one of my favorites. It's kind of a sour soup, but not so much soup as you with a compliment with the rice. You can use pork, shrimp, fish, or chicken. The sinigang packets and fish sauce you can find in an asian market.
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1/2 kilo pork belly/liempo or ribs, cut into serving pieces1 medium sized onion, quartered1 medium sized ripe tomato, diced1 tamarind boullion or 1tsp tamarind powder mix Sinigang sa sampaloc mix1 bundle kangkong/water spinach, cut into 11/2" ...
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International Recipes
1/2 kilo pork belly/liempo or ribs, cut into serving pieces1 medium sized onion, quartered1 medium sized ripe tomato, diced1 tamarind boullion or 1tsp tamarind powder mix Sinigang sa sampaloc mix1 bundle kangkong/water spinach, cut into 11/2" ...
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Tarheel
If you could fill your bathtub with it, you would. Sinigang soup adapted for the dutch oven! FABULOUS! No need for lots of pots and pans, no 'brown this, remove that' directions. Methods are perfect for beginners, results will satisfy the filipino cuisine enthusiast.
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ChefConsultant
This recipe was given to me by my mum, who was also one of my greatest mentors in cooking and basically of everything. hehe. Enjoy this recipe to anyone requiring it.
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bengbeng2
Tangy tamarind is the base in this traditional Filipino pork broth.
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dageret
Filipino Sinigang (Tamarind Soup)
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ferdslim
Tamarind based soup
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ChefConsultant
With all my sinigang soups, most derived from the basic then modified with other ingredients to play around with the tastes. Others i learnt from vast provinces when i visited the Philippines
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cutiechie_23
This is a famous Filipino recipe. It's a dish served on a rainy day. For old fashioned zesty flavor, I used calamansi to make it easier. The cut for the radish and eggplant depends on you. Mine, for the radish, I just followed the shape of the vegetable. Note: the Chilli I used is the same with the photo I posted. Just to give you guys an idea.
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jennet
This dish is perfect for cold season a little bit sour can cook for lunch or dinner. This is also a filipino's favorite soup. Also can replace the beef with pork.
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