4 Sinigang Hacks to Warm Up the Rainy Days
SEASONS & OCCASIONS / Aug 15, 2016
Summer has come to a close, and the whole family will be looking for hearty dishes to keep the cold away. One classic soup dish that is sure to heat your evenings up is Sinigang. It’s sour and savory, loaded with meat and veggies, so it’s no wonder this dish is a Filipino favorite.
It’s ordinarily cooked with pork, using tamarind to create that sour flavor. But who says you can’t mix things up with this classic recipe? Try these hacks to add a surprising touch of warmth to rainy days!
The meat can make all the difference when it comes to your dishes. Instead of pork, try using beef for a different meaty flavor! See the recipe HERE!
Not quite up for beef? Then try using a different pork cut! The tanginess of Sinigang is beautifully absorbed by the pork pata in this recipe! See the Recipe HERE!
If your kids are big fans of the classic Sinigang pork cuts, try and change up the soup base. Instead of the usual sinigang sa sampalok, try a surprising kind of sourness using Green Mango! See the Recipe HERE!
Want to bring some unexpected flavor into your Sinigang? Try this fruity-asim version using shrimp and the surprising flavor of pineapple! See the Recipe HERE!