Ingredients

How to make it

  • Boil the chopped tomatoes, onions, radishes, ginger.
  • While boiling, add the calamansi juice and chilli
  • Boil for a minute just to give time for the flavors to mix
  • add the shrimps
  • salt to taste
  • add the greens until half cooked.
  • serve with soy sauce
  • note: Wash the veggies thorughly especially the green leafy ones. Also wash the shrimps.
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  • toninoname 5 years ago
    I love the taste of sinigang na hipon. Most of people I know even foreigners love the sour taste of sinigang. I tried the Pinakbet I found on www.filipino-foods.com. My friends love it! Thanks for this post!

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  • cutiechie_23 7 years ago
    that's nice. enjoy!
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  • putercop 7 years ago
    Going to try this one next weekend. My family has never really been exposed to real philippino cuisine and this sounds great and looks really really familiar. I am going to use the calamansi instead of the mix, it's easier to acquire here and silly me I bit into one when I was there on a dare. WOW!. Talk about tart! I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks!
    Bill
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  • cutiechie_23 7 years ago
    And it's going to be yummylicious with the green chilli.
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  • cutiechie_23 7 years ago
    Yes there's going to be a big difference still. If you're going to use Sinigang Mix, use tamarind. The "souring action" is a must because it's seafood, it eliminates the "lansa" or after taste of the shrimps. The ginger is also important.
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  • putercop 7 years ago
    Hi!
    Does it make any difference in flavor if the Sinigang Mix uses tomato or tamarind or karnias etc or is it that you just want the souring action?? Thanks
    Bill
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  • cutiechie_23 7 years ago
    you may serve it with rice or just plain soup.thanks for viewing!
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  • invisiblechef 7 years ago
    This sounds great. Do you ever put this dish on top of rice? What do you serve it with..

    Marie
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