Filipino Dish: Pork Sinigang [ Pork Sour Stew ]

There are many variations amongst Filipinos when it comes to Sinigang (Sour Stew). This is my version of Pork Sinigang. Sinigang is served as a main dish for Filipinos. The ingredients of my version are listed below. This dish is usually served with rice and it is the perfect dish during chilly/cooler days.

Filipino Pork Sour Stew
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INGREDIENTS:

2 Pounds Pork ( cut into half inch thick squares )

4-5 cups of water ( depends on your preferences )

4 Potatoes (peeled and cut into cubes)

3 corn on the cob (cut in halves)

4 Carrots ( peeled and cut into cubes)

1 Onion ( peeled and chopped )

1 pack of Tamarind Soup Base Mix

Easy Pork Sinigang Recipe
Tamarind Soup Base Mix

COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. In a pot, combine pork and water.
  2. In a medium heat, bring pot with the water and pork to a boil. Skim off scum until it’s all clear.
  3. Add the Tamarind Soup Base Mix. Continue on skimming off scum until it’s all clear.
  4. Add chopped onions.
  5. Let is simmer until the meat is a little tender.
  6. Now, add the potatoes and carrots.
  7. Let is simmer for another few minutes or until the meat is completely tender, also the carrots and potatoes are soft.
  8. Now, if you want to add a little kick to it. You can add at least 2 small hot chili peppers into it. ( I love it though ).
  9. SERVE HOT! (Serve it with rice ).

ENJOY! Hope you will give this a try and let me know what you think. I’ll be very happy to hear your feedback.

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