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July 1, 2011 / Anna Marie Docog

“Pork Sinigang” For Everyone!

I am not a professional chef nor a really great cook and yet don’t have any extensive training in the kitchen who can make good food and recipes to served but I’m  a food lover and I’m much really hunger, craving for food and good recipes for me to search and look for. When it comes to cooking Filipino’s are the best. And as a Food Fanatic I’d research some recipe which can help me prepare and serve it to my friends and family.

So, I decided to look for a great dish which my Grandmother really loves and that would be “Pork Sinigang”. I can still remember how she prepares the ingredients and the things needed to serve a great dish like “Pork Sinigang”. She usually use fresh squeezed tamarind or lemon to make it more tastier and sometimes she will just use a 1 sachet of Knorr Sinigang Mix if ever she forgot to buy some lemon in  the market.

So, for my own version of “Pork Sinigang” I’m going to go for much an easy way of serving and preparing this great dish. So, here it is! Let’s started cooking but first I’m going to need my apron.



2 Lbs of Pork Belly cut in 2 in. cubes

1 Small radish cut in 2 in. small pieces

1 Medium Onion sliced thinly

1 Small tomato diced

1 Cup of String Beans cut in 2 in. length

3 Cups of Water Spinach

2  pcs. Of Finger Peppers

1½ Packet of Knorr Sinigang Mix

1 Tsp. MSG (Vetsin)

Salt to taste

1 Quarts of water



In a large pot add 1 quarts of water and bring to a boil. Next add pork, cover, and let it simmer for 3 minutes. Remove scum from the broth and then add onions, tomatoes, finger peppers, vetsin and the sinigang mix and let it cook for 10 minutes. Then add the radish. Cover, and let it simmer for another 10 minutes. Finally add the water spinach and add salt if needed and to make it tastier. Let it cook for three more minutes and its ready to serve to your friends and family.






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  1. shiela mae miranda / Jul 1 2011 11:35 am

    thank’s for the recipe and the directions you have made! it’s a great help for me to start my simple business ( carinderia).. hope you’d put more recipe and i’ll follow your blog!. 🙂

  2. Patrick Miranda / Jul 1 2011 12:03 pm

    I love Pork Sinigang! Good thing you have the recipe to cook it..Nice shot!…:)

  3. Jhoemar / Jul 1 2011 2:00 pm

    Reading the recipe makes me feel hungry. Try to post mouth-watering Recipes, for sure it’s very interesting to read. 🙂

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