Sinigang is a tamarind-based broth in which a focal ingredient such as pork, shrimp, fish or beef is simmered.
Photo by Kaycel Corral of Sinigang na Ulo ng Isda sa Miso
Photos and Instructions by Johnard. How to make Sinigang na Isda (Fish
Bangus is milkfish, the fish most commonly used in recipes for sinigang
Sinigang na Salmon Belly: Cooked, Styled, and Photographed by Mayette Garcia
Leftover lechon simmered in tamarind broth!
Featured photo: Sinigang na Hipon by Mary Rizale.
Sinigang is a class of sour broth with a prominent ingredient such as pork or milkfish. In the case of sinigang na hipon, the main feature is shrimp, which is hipon in Tagalog.
Pork Liempo Sinigang by Mommy Shelette.
Sinigang is a sour broth with the prominent ingredient usually being fish, shrimp, or a cut of meat. In the case of the featured photo, it’s pork liempo, which is pork belly.
Sinigang na Talakitok by Mommy Shelette. Talakitok is a species of cavalla
Sinigang na Baboy na May Okra, Gabi at Kangkong. Prepared and Photographed
Video by Mayette Garcia: How To Cook Pork Sinigang Ingredients: baby