Sinigang is a Filipino dish that is traditionally served in a bowl & transferred to a plate & eaten with rice. It is essentially a sour soup, & well worth a try if you are adventurous.
We eat a decent amount of Filipino food in our house as my husband lived in the Philipines for 2 years on a mission for our church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints www.mormon.org. He loves to cook & especially eat Filipino food & we have all developed a love for it too!
- 1 packet Knorr (or other brand) Tamarind Soup Base (usually found in with the ethnic foods)
- 750 g Meat or Seafood (your choice on what type – we usually use pork or beef)
- 250g Vegetables (we use onion, tomato & bok choy mainly)
Pour the contents of the Tamarind Soup Base into a pan with 8 cups of water & stir to dissolve
Bring to a boil & add the meat & vegetables
Simmer & let cook for 10 minutes