This is a simple Pinoy corn dish with malunggay leaves, small shrimp, and meat. The soup can be creamy or otherwise, based on your liking.
It’s Home Cooking Wednesday today so I’m posting another Pinoy recipe. This is very close to my heart because it’s the first dish I cooked. (Thanks, momma!)
Sinigang is a Filipino soup or stew with a sour and savoury taste usually cooked in tamarind (Tagalog: sampalok). It’s one of the most popular viands in Philippine cuisine, and is related to the Malaysian dish Singgang.
It’s present nation wide but sinigang is seen to be culturally Tagalog in origin, thus the versions found in the Visayas and Mindanao may differ in taste (mainly ginger is an additional ingredient). Fish sauce is a common condiment for the stew. – Wiki