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Pork Sinigang Recipe To Cook At Home For Family And Friends

by | Posted on: August 27th, 2021 | No Comments | Food Recipes

Pork Sinigang, in many Filipino households, is unquestionably a favorite. Of course, there are few things that a luscious pig belly in a flavorful stew can’t make you love. Pork sinigang is a master at blending flavor profiles; the harmony of components results in a fantastic palate and a delectable scent.

Sinigang is a Filipino soup or stew that has a sour and salty flavor. It’s most commonly linked with sampalok or tamarind, although it can also be made with other sour fruits and leaves.

The sourness in other versions of the meal comes from natural components. Unripe mangoes, calamansi, santol, kamias are just a few of sinigang’s acidic ingredients. Guava is also utilized, which was brought to the Philippines by the Manila galleons. Commercial options to using natural fruits include seasoning powder or bouillon cubes with a tamarind basis.

Filipinos typically use fish, pork, beef, shrimp, or chicken in their sinigang. But in this recipe we will use pork, which will be stewed with tamarind, tomatoes, garlic, and onions. Okra, gabi, labanos, kangkong, sitaw, and eggplant are some of the other vegetables typically utilized in the preparation of sinigang. The majority of Filipinos prefer to cook sinigang with green long peppers or sili to add flavor and spiciness to the dish. Adding locally made miso is another variation, but that will be use in a different recipe.

To make your pork sinigang, start by cutting and slicing all of your ingredients. Cut up your 2 lbs. of pork belly into cubes, then slice up your two eggplant slices. 18 string beans, cut into 2 inch chunks, and 5 ounces daikon radish, or labanos, sliced Before you start cooking, wedge your onion and tomatoes.

If this is your first time cooking this cuisine, don’t worry, the ingredients will be provided below.


— 2 lbs. Pork belly cubed
— 66 g. Knorr Sinigang sa Sampaloc Mix with Gabi
— 2 pieces talong sliced
— 8 pieces okra
— 18 pieces string beans cut in 2-inch pieces
— 5 ounces daikon radish (labanos) sliced
— 1 bunch kangkong
— 1 piece onion wedged
— 2 pieces tomato wedged
— 6 pieces shishito pepper
— 8 cups water
— Fish sauce and ground black pepper to taste
— 3 tablespoons cooking oil

Cooking Pork Sinigang: A Step-by-Step Guide

1. In a cooking saucepan, heat the oil. Separate the layers of onion in a skillet. Half of the tomato should be added now. Cook for 2 minutes over medium-high heat.

2. Toss in some pork belly. Continue to sautee the pork until it browns, while adding 1 tablespoon fish sauce at a time.

3. Pour some water. Allow the liquid to boil while covered in the pot.

4. Add gabi and Knorr Sinigang sa Sampaloc. Cover and turn the heat down to low to medium. Cook the pork for 30 minutes, or until it is tender.

5. Add labanos to the mix. Cook for another 30 minutes, covered.

6. Combine the eggplant, string beans, and okra in a large mixing bowl. Cook for 5 minutes.

7. Add the remaining tomato and kangkong stalks. Cook for 3 minutes.

8. Season with fish sauce and freshly ground black pepper, if desired.

9. Serve.