Tag: sisig

Deep-Fried Sisig (an Alternative recipe)

Original posted in : http://kusinapilipino.com       Here’s a favorite, my kids love it and of course me too. I often cook this for Sunday’s dinner. I’ve devised my own version of this tasty pulutan. This is a different and easy way to make Sisig. Instead…

Sisig Tofu with Crispy Kangkong (Water Spinach)

Sisig Tofu with Crispy Kangkong (Water Spinach)

Sisig is a Filipino dish which originated from Pampanga. The usual main ingredient of sisig is pork but nowadays different ingredients are being used by local chefs such as chicken, fish, squid, and so on. Sisig tofu is a healthy alternative in cooking sisig. If you…

Sisig

Sisig is a popular dish invented in the 70’s in Pampanga, the culinary capital of the Philippines. In the Pampanggo dialect, the word sisig means a dish that has a souring ingredient. It was originally eaten as pulutan (dish eaten while drinking beer).  The original sisig includes different cuts of meat…

Mama Sita’s Pork Tofu el Diablo

I have been a fan of sisig. But unsatisfied, I wanted to try a different variant of it. And finally, I’ve discovered my version that suited my taste buds. Presenting, my Mama Sita’s Pork Tofu el Diablo! Mama Sita’s Pork Tofu el Diablo Prep Time: 20…

Bangus Sisig: A favourite, made healthy

When you make a trip to the supermarket’s frozen section. you will find that bangus or milkfish has been cut and sold in different ways, the way you would with chicken parts. The yummiest and most expensive of course, is the prime bangus belly. Perhaps the most…

Healthy Tuna Sisig

My husband and I love sisig, specially pork sisig.   That’s why I often cook and experiment on this dish.  In fact, there are 5 pork sisig recipes in our food blog (http://fresha-licious.blogspot.com) But in this  entry we won’t be talking about pork sisig.  In this…