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Sinigang na Salmon Belly

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Ingredients

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1/2 kilogram Salmon Belly
10 pieces (Sitaw) Snake Beans Chopped finger sized
10 pieces (Kangkong) Water Spinach Separated stalks and leaves
5 pieces Okra
2 pieces (siling haba) Long Pepper
1 medium sized Radish Chopped however you like or circles
3 tablespoons (Patis) Fish Sauce
1.5 liters Water
1/4 teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
2 medium sized Tomato Quartered
1 medium sized Onion Quartered
35 Grams Tamarind Powder

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Sinigang na Salmon Belly

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      A sour and savory surprise!

      • 30 minutes
      • Serves 5
      • Medium

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      Sinigang is a Filipino favorite cuisine, a soup characterized by its sour and savory taste. It’s often associated with tamarind (sampaloc) or other sour fruits and leaves like tomatos, guava, etc. I usually cook sinigang with Pork meat but from time to time, I use seafood such as Shrimp or Milkfish. This Sinigang is extra special because I used Salmon Belly.

      Here’s how to prepare:

      • Chop “Sitaw” / Snake Beans finger length.
      • Onions quartered
      • Tomatoes in half or quartered
      • Radish into circles
      • Separate “Kangkong” / water spinach leaves and stems.

      Sinigang na Salmon Belly

      Steps

      1
      Done

      Bring the water to boil then add in the Onion, Tomato, and Radish let it cook for 1 minute.

      2
      Done

      Add in the Salmon Belly and let it cook for 2 minutes

      3
      Done

      Add the Tamarind Powder, Long Pepper (Siling Haba), Okra, Snake Beans (Sitaw). Let it cook for 2 minutes.

      4
      Done

      Add in the fish sauce.

      5
      Done

      Add the water spinach (Kangkong). Stems first. Let it cook for 1 minute.

      6
      Done

      Lastly, add in the Leaves of Water Spinach (Kangkong). Cover the pot then turn off the heat - leave it for 5 minutes.
      The residual heat will cook it.

      7
      Done

      Ready to serve! Best with rice.

      chinocooks

      I'm a self taught cook for my wife and daughter. Favorites are fried stuff and salads! I know it's two different sides of the coin haha.

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