Ingredients

How to make it

  • Boil the pork together with the tomatoes, gabi and salt.
  • My secret is to have more tomatoes to add flavor and more gabi to thicken the soup.
  • Meanwhile start preparing the veggies.
  • Remember to wash them thoroughly.
  • When pork is tender, add the radish, string beans and siling haba.
  • Then add the Knorr Sinigang Mix.
  • Cook for 10 minutes more uncovered.
  • Season to taste.
  • Finally, put the kangkong leaves then just turn off the fire.
  • It will be cooked from its own heat.
  • Served with soysauce with calamasi juice
  • And hot cooked rice.

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  • ramantonio 2 years ago
    i tried your recipe, thank you so much, am a certified house husband...am always guessing on how to make it creamier and rich in flavor, thanks to gabi and tomatoes...
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  • ethanivanvidad 2 years ago
    Where did it come from what region?
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    " It was excellent "
    cheska1996 ate it and said...
    Best EVAR!!!!!
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  • rambo_tan_ph 4 years ago
    ***** Five Stars. I also Add 2 Tbsp. Mochiko Sweet Rice Flour(dissolved in 1/2cup water) to make it more creamy.I also heard, Adding 2 TBSP's METAMUCIL Clear is also good for us on High Cholesterol Diet.>"The psyllium fiber from Metamucil® benefits your overall health in so many ways." LOLZ...
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  • andymejos 4 years ago
    thank you for posing this. my sister cooked sinigang na baboy but we didn't have the veggies. we only had eggplant, string beans & kangkong. but surprisingly it tasted good! anyways, thanks for your recipe. keep it up! :)
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  • lilai26 5 years ago
    No problem.. will think of something else to share.. thanks.
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  • jruined 5 years ago
    Nice. Man, I love me some sinigang. Thanks for the variation on how my mother-in-law showed me how to cook this up.
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