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October 29, 2007

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Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn that looks so good! May I have a serving of each Sinigang please? :D GOMBURZA won't want to leave your home after tasting thta Sinigang trinity of yours!

All three versions of sinigang sa sampalok look and sound good specially the fatty pork rib, yumm!

I think powdered sinigang mix is my favorite because of the salt in it! Gross though it may be, I can eat the powder itself. Thanks for 3 different easy recipes!

I've never tried the variants made sour only by tomatoes/ calamansi/ balimbing (starfruit) though.

Nicely done! I've been known to mix up sinagang a-la-Knorr. Also, I heard that souring agents can also vary. I've had it with guava once. Not as sour, and it makes your whole house stink like guava.

Hey!, sinagang is almost canh chua ca (Vietnamese sour fish soup), except we use bac ha (taro stems) in place of bok choy. Also there's pineapples and sometimes okra.

http://wanderingchopsticks.blogspot.com/2007/08/canh-chua-ca-vietnamese-sour-fish-soup.html

I use seedless fresh tamarind myself but I like how you went from powder to concentrate to pods. ;)

It's been interesting for me to see the similarities between a lot of VNese and Filipino dishes.

Hi chopsticks, actually instead of bok choy, water spinach is more commonly used (rau muong in Vietnamese, kangkong in Filipino), although I'm not sure where Marvin can procure some where he is!

Your soups look de-lish, especially the shrimp with the rice. I love all manner of hot and sour soup...don't really care where it's from. I had a version from Mexico last week and it was great.

BTW, I use tamarind for thom yum. I find it gives the soup more depth than just lime alone. Learned that from my mom.

Before there ever was Knorr Sabaw and Sinigang Mix, Filipinos in the old country used tamarind pods. But--- they used the green ones, not the brown ones which technically are "ripe" and therefore sweet. Kalamansi juice is also never used in authentic sinigang, but, hey, this is the old US of A where Olive Garden passes for Italian!!! So, I say, go for it!

there is a version of sinigang sa miso. I have tried this and its quite good. I am not a fan of sinigang sa bayabas. Like leah said, the one used in the Philippines are the green ones so its really sour. dang i should stop thinking about green tamarind coz its making my mouth water. I miss eating those and also the brown ones. The sweet kind found in grocery stores here just cant compare to the fresh ones back home.

That is an exceptional blog. One of my faves since you started your site. Of course, this doesn't look very appetizing to a round eye like myself (especially with the fish skin still on ... yuck!) but I commend your history lesson and taking the time and effort to whip up three different soups.
No, I mean YOU!

gomburza.. fantastic post and am jealous its been a while I have not joined LP due to the fact am on constant go and got no kitchen of my own to cook.

i tried with miso once from Celia Kusinera blog not bad..... my mouth watering. at this moment am here in florida (work related)

Hi Toni! I did have a lot of leftovers, so I would have gladly given you a sampling.

Thanks oggi. Yes, the pork rib sinigang was tasty!

Manggy, I'm going to have to try the mix by itself;)

Hey Elmo. There's nothing wrong with sinigang al la Knorr;) And you're right, there are other souring agents for sinigang I've just never had them.

Nice post Dub C! I do see the similarities, fish heads and all!

Thanks again Manggy! I wonder if I can find kangkong in the Asian market here. Things are always hard to find for me because everything is labeled differently and I don't always know what to look for.

Thanks for stopping by darbunk! I agree, all manner of hot and sour soup is good.

Hi Leah. I couldn't find green tamarind, and although the brown is sweet, it is also still quite sour.

Raissa, all this talk of green tamarind has really got me thinking now. I wonder how much more sour it is!

Double J, fish skin is delicious. Don't be so scurrred.

Shalimar, hopefully you can participate in the next go-around. At least you are traveling;)

i have to agree with raissa that you have to try the sinigang sa miso, which typically has a milder sourness to it than regular sinigang...and while you're at it you should also try the sinigang sa bayabas (guava)...though i'd have to say that it's an acquired taste/smell because you have use overripe guavas for this, which kinda smells like sweaty socks when you cook them :P, but is really delicious once mahuli mo yung lasa. ;)

i'd be very happy to sit in front of any of these versions with a heap of steamed rice. they all sound delicious,marvin. i don't cook sinigang much myself because mum makes it very well. yesterday, i had some of her tamarind sinigang na bangus with kangkong. sarap!

An education, plus food? what else can anyone ask for...

Sinigang is a comfort food for me. Whenever I am away from home for a long time, I usually have sinigang right after I come back.

Dang, I never knew it was so easy! My mom always looked so busy when she made it (with the powdered mix, of course), but that's probably because she was cooking five other things at once. I'm going to have to try this. I thought about trying a Lasang Pinoy challenge, but I didn't know any Filipino Heroes, so I didn't feel like I had time this month to give it a shot. Maybe next month, though.

Love your commentaries and the food pics you display. My mouth is watering as I type.

Sweet, I made Sinigang Bagus using the Knorr mix for last night's Filipino Food party, and most of my friends braved it and even liked it! Good call! I just used bagus and spinach, so it's simple, but it was dang tasty!

this trio of sinigang makes my mouth water even though i've just had dinner . . .

thanks for joining lasang pinoy 21! see you again in future events . . .

Ohhhh, I can eat sinigang every day of my life and never tire of it. What a lovely post, thanks!

Its a lovely entry for lasang pinoy and truly filipino :-), how i miss sinigang...hmmmmm..by the way thanks for dropping at my blog..just a little bit curious..why burnt lumpia????

sinigang has been my favorite soup whenever we eat. and the kangkong, for me, is essential. kainin niyo na lahat ng laman, pero akin yung kangkong (at puso ng saging). :D

Sinigang would be perfect tomorrow evening -- it's going to be 28 F here.... so glad I came here and got the idea from you. Now if I can only decide which of the three to make. Although, it might be fun to do a little Gomburza sinigang myself. Thanks for joining LP!

Hi ed. I will definitely look into the sinigang sa miso. And the guava version sounds very interesting, I didn't know guavas had a bad smell.

Ooh, bangus and kangkong definitely sounds delicious maybahay!

Thanks Cynthia! I'm learning a lot too as I go;)

Hello Gay, sinigang is a comfort food for most Pinoys no matter what version I think.

Julie, the sinigang with the powdered mix is very very easy. It takes no time at all.

Thank you JUST ME.

Hi Julie, I'm glad your friends liked it. Keep spreading the food to the masses!

Hi Mike, thanks for stopping by and for the LP welcome!

Hi Lorraine, thanks for visiting my blog.

Dhanggit, I chose to name this blog "Burnt Lumpia" to sort of signify my lack of skill in the kitchen when cooking filipino food (i.e. I can burn even the simple foods). Also, "Burnt Lumpia" just sounded funny;)

Hi Bursky! Thanks for stopping by! I'm going to search around and see if I can find some kangkong. Who knows, maybe my mother has some in her garden and I just didn't know about it.

Thanks stef! Sinigang is especially good in cold weather.

guavas, irregardless of their ripeness, don't really smell bad, but if you cook with the overripe ones their smell gets magnified and they end up smelling like sweaty socks...but please don't let that discourage you. :P

also, i doubt your mom has kangkong in her garden, not unless there's a pond in it...kangkong only grows in water or marsh-like areas. ;)

Hi Marvin! That was really awesome! 3 ways to cook sinigang.

Though I want the real deal (tamarind pods) I would say I love the 2nd version. Need I say more? Pork fat! Yey!

Thank you for this post! I have only cooked sinigang a la Knorr's or Mamasita. I've been looking for 'sinigang from scratch' recipes.

Whoa! Sinigang is one of my favorite. My mom always cook that for me whenever I request it, and now her sinigang is more delicious than ever she said that she discover to use something new, and I found out that she use Knorr Tamarind soup base. It is really great.

-krisha-

I think the reason why sinigang number 3 is much sweeter is because you used "ripe" tamarinds, ones whose pulps are brown (and sticky, I assume). The ones really used are unripe tamarinds whose pulp are sort of avocado green in color.

Unripe tamarind is the base of the powdered sinigang mix. :)

Hi!

Your Sinigang looks really delicious!

I'm collecting a list of the best sinigang recipes in my blog, and I included your sinigang recipe (just a link though, hope you don't mind). You can see it at
http://kumain.com/sinigang-recipes/

Keep in touch!

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seeing the list of your Sinigang made me think of cooking 'Sinampalukang Manok' using the young leaves of tamarind, with ginger and gabi. ooohhhh yum! luckily we get it here in UAE.

bwy, for info - the last time i went for vacation in the PHP my father (he is 84yrs. now)went back to the old style of cooking Sinigang from the natural ingredients, meaning he stopped using the popular sinigang mix, as he researched about it, it is not healthy due to so many processed ingredients that they put in it. the taste of the fresh tamarind brings back memories of childhood when we use to go up the tamarind tree and pick the fruits ourselves.

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