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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Corned Beef Sinigang

Sinigang is a famous dish in the Philippines, it is typically sour and usually prepared with tamarind. A few years ago, a good friend invited us to dinner and he ordered corned beef sinigang. That was the first time I've heard of it and was really curious on how it tastes. It was so good so I tried making my own version.

Ingredients:

1 can Corned Beef (any brand is ok but I prefer the chunky ones)
1 packet Sinigang Mix
4 cups of water
3 tomatoes, halved
1 onion, quartered
1 eggplant, sliced diagonally
1 radish, sliced diagonally
3 pieces okra (lady finger), halved
2 pieces long green chili pepper
4 small pieces of gabi (taro), peeled
1 cup kangkong (swamped cabbage) leaves
12 strings beans, cut into 3-inch long pieces



Directions:


1. Bring the water to boil. When the water starts boiling, throw in the taro. Simmer until soft. Add the onion and tomatoes.
2. Add in the sinigang mix. Stir.
3. When the onion and tomato have softened, add the Corned Beef.
4. Bring to a boil, let simmer, then add the string beans and radish. When the radish and green beans are almost done, add the eggplant, then the okra and green chili pepper. Simmer for 2 minutes. Turn off the heat then add the kangkong leaves. Cover for a few minutes.

8 comments :

dru said...

hmmm yummmy, maybe this is good for breakfast...
:D

BeverLy's Secret said...

ohh liza~~~
what a nice recipe~~
although i don't take beef, it looks yummy~~

katef - www.picklebums.com said...

mmm that sounds delish!

rHo said...

wow!!! tlga??? pwede pala yun... mai-try nga pag minsan yan! hehehe...

HiPnCooLMoMMa said...

hhhmmm, masarap ba talaga? parang weird eh...maybe i can try it when the kids are not with me muna =)

offtopic: i want to grow herbs in pots too, just like you wala akong garden...ok ba at madali ba? meron ako nakitang mama naglalako ng potted herbs sa may t. morato, maybe I can buy from him

Lisa said...

This sounds yummy. Maybe I will try it one of these days. Thanks for sharing.

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ellenheartbeats said...

mukhang kakaiba ah...masubukan yan ngyng weekend.....

Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

Mmmmm That sounds so yummy!

 
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