MANILA – Sinigang, a clear broth soup dish characterized by its sour and savory flavor, has always been a staple of the Filipino dining table.
Chefs and home cooks across the country show the different ways to prepare sinigang, which traditionally contains a sour fruit, meat or seafood, and vegetables.
Pork strawberry sinigang
Chef Dick Bajadia of Zenz Bar and Restaurant in Baguio adds a unique twist to sinigang by adding fresh strawberries.
Sinigang na baka sa santol
Beef and santol come together in this version of sinigang prepared by Rina Viviezca of Three Tavs Catering.
Sinigang na corned beef
Sous chef Claudette Cuares of Sentro 1771 gives a spin to sinigang by using homemade corned beef.
Sinigang na lechon
TV host and actress Kris Aquino makes the most of leftover lechon by using it as a main ingredient in her version of sinigang.
Sinigang na maliputo
Sinigang na maliputo is the favorite fish dish of residents in Taal, Batangas. Here is a version of the recipe prepared by Michael Villano of MGM Ranch in Taal.
Sinigang na tilapia sa miso
"Umagang Kay Ganda" host Winnie Cordero's sinigang na tilapia sa miso is a light alternative to the oily or sauce-heavy Filipino dishes which are usually prepared at home.
Sinigang na tinapa
"Umagang Kay Ganda" host Amy Perez combines smoked fish, sour soup and vegetables in her recipe for sinigang na tinapa.
Sinigang na ulo ng salmon
Kadee Aguila, chef and owner of Gayuma ni Maria restaurant in Quezon City, shows how to prepare sinigang na ulo ng salmon.