Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sinigang na Tanigue sa Miso

Sinigang is probably one of the famous soups here in the country. Most of the carinderia’s and restaurant have this dish, and some would even make sinigang soup as a freebie if you are going to buy any meal from them.

As compared to the usual sinigang na bangus, sinigang sa miso is more flavorful. The sharp taste of miso plus the sourness of the tamarind or sinigang mix (whatever you use), makes it really delightful.

 Every time we cook this dish, my family enjoys it and can sip more than 1 big cup in one sitting. 

½ kilo of tanigue fish
20 pieces worth of miso
1 pack of sinigang mix
1 onion, cut into big squares
3 cloves of garlic, mince
1 tomato, cut into big squares
4 cups water

On a big pan, sauté the garlic and onions. Let it cook. Add the tomato. Once the juice of tomato starts to appear, add the miso.

♥ Stir for 2 minutes. Add the water.

♥ Put the sinigang mix. Bring to a boil.

♥ Add the fish. Once cooked, add the mustasa.Cook for 1 to 2 minutes

♥ You may add green chilis (siling labuyo) if you want it to be spicy

♥ Serve with love and enjoy sipping! 


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  3. This looks good, keep it going...:)