Seafoods soup(sinigang). Sinigang is adobo's close contender for the title of National Dish of the Philippines. Like many Filipino dishes, this soup is bold in taste: sour, salty, slightly sweet, spicy, and umami. Sinigang na Hipon is a type of Filipino sour soup, wherein shrimp is used as the main ingredient.
Filipino Sinigang soup is a very versatile dish, Filipino's have different versions of Sinigang deriving from the meat used such as beef, pork, chicken, fish and shrimp. Sinigang soup is a type of Filipino soup that is sour and savory. Sinigang (pronounced 'see-Nee-Gangh') is typically made with either pork (usually ribs), beef, chicken, shrimp, or fish. You can have Seafoods soup(sinigang) using 8 easy ingredients and 3 simple steps. This is guide how cook it.
Ingredients of Seafoods soup(sinigang)
- You need 1 of select any kind of fish u desired.I used shrimps,squid,salmon u cn add some shells.
- Prepare large of tomatoe cut into 6pcs.
- It’s 1 large of onion same cut with tomatoe.
- You need 1 of ginger crush same size with onions.
- You need 1 of string beans,white radish long.(labanos).zussienie,some eggplant cut any size u desired..
- It’s 1 of some chilli green,u cn add any vegetables.
- It’s 1 of tamarind soup base or fresh.fish sauce.to taste..
- Prepare 1 of salt to taste..
Na Hipon, which means shrimp, is just one version of the Filipino soup. Sinigang is a popular Filipino dish. It is a sour soup that uses tamarind as it's base flavor, it can be cooked with fish, meat, shrimp, and vegetables. This soup uses shrimp as the main ingredient.
Seafoods soup(sinigang) instructions
- First boil the onion tomatoe,ginger.bout 8.mins.add fish sauce.
- Add the fish and simmer for 20mins.add veggies cook more till done veg..
- Add some salt little.to taste serve with boild rice..
Instead of using real tamarind use packets of tamarind seasoning mix. Get started at step number one below. Sinigang is simply the way of cooking meat in a stew or soup with a unique savory and sour taste. Different kinds of fruits that are bountiful in the Philippines are used to sour the soup. Tamarind is the most popular choice for most sinigang recipes.