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Luzon Dishes: Sinigang

Luzon Dishes: Sinigang

Sinigang is a soup soured by a sour fruit or leaf.

The meat can be pork, beef, salmon or shrimp cooked in a broth with vegetables like kang kong (swamp cabbage), radish, Chinese long beans, tomatoes, and onions.

In some areas in Luzon, sinigang double as an appetizer as they love to cook the broth very sour.

Sour fruits used:

  • Manila and Luzon- tamarind or kamias
  • *Iloilo, Visayas - libas, batuan
  • Pampanga - guava


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