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Pork Liempo Sinigang

Pork Liempo Sinigang

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.

Vegetables frequently cooked in sinigang include tomatoes, kangkong leaves and stalks, gabi, okra, and radishes.

The souring agent can be tamarind, kamias, calamansi, and even guavas. A recent innovation has been the use of Baguio strawberries! For convenience, many home cooks these days use a store-bought, factory-made sinigang mix to help them with the souring part.

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