Pork Sinigang with Strawberry

Pork Sinigang with Strawberry | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Pork Sinigang with Strawberry | www.thepeachkitchen.com

So I moved. No, I didn’t move from one house to another but I moved my kitchen. This kitchen.

And it’s like really moving in a new home. It’s nice but it’s kinda freaking me out too.

Man, I think I’m going out of my mind..so bear with me. This is my very first post to this new home.

Uh…welcome? Gosh, I missed you guys.

I am at a lost for words right now. I think I’ve used up all my brain cells.

Pork Sinigang with Strawberry | www.thepeachkitchen.comSinigang is one of my favorite dishes and strawberries, one of my favorite fruits.  I guess I got curious when this dish got popular in Baguio. Kinda an east-meets-west dish,right?

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Pork Sinigang with Strawberries

Most people sauté garlic, onions and tomatoes with the meat but I think it only add up to the oil content of the dish. Straight boiling of the meat will taste the same.

Ingredients

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  • 500g pork belly, cut into chunks
  • 300g unripe tamarind, boiled and juices squeezed out or a packet of instant tamarind soup base
  • 200g of swamp cabbage leaves {kangkong}
  • 200g okra, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 horse radish, sliced
  • 6 cups water or rice wash
  • 3 tbsp fish sauce
  • 2 cups strawberries,halved

Instructions

  1. Boil pork chunks in a pot with water or rice wash. Simmer for 30 minutes until it becomes tender.
  2. Add the tamarind juices/instant tamarind soup base.Stir.
  3. Add fish sauce and horseradish. Simmer for 5 minutes.
  4. Add okra and starwberries and simmer for another 2 minutes.
  5. Add the Swamp Cabbage and simmer for another 2 minutes.
  6. Serve with steamed rice.

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You might be weirded out by the taste because it gives a little sweetness to Pork Sinigang but I kinda liked it.

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48 Responses

  1. you switched to wordpress? looks good! 🙂
    have always been intrigued with this dish…kakaiba. but looks like i’m going to like it!

    …got here through FB 🙂

  2. i saw in other blogger posted about sinigang with strawberries maybe i will give it a try. My dilemma is strawberry is really expensive hehe.

  3. congrats for the new lay out. it’s neat. clean simple look but exudes elegance. food was more emphasized. where is this Peach Kitchen Restaurant located at. hahaha. 🙂

    i really like this lay out.

  4. Pinkness at its best! I love the layout and pork sinigang with strawberry. Hope you can visit me too! Comments are appreciated. 🙂

  5. Your Pork Sinigang with Strawberries looks amazing and I can’t wait to try it. Thank you so much for bringing this special dish to Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week end and please come back!

  6. Sis I love the pic and the fork ha ha..ang yummy naman nyan. Subscribed mrsshoppiness at yahoo

  7. never thought a strawberry in a sinigang I prefer kamias, but i like to try that san kaya meron magserved ng ganyan dito sa N.E

  8. oh, i hadn’t tried this sinigang w/ strawberries in Baguio. but surely, i’ll enjoy the twist…
    agree with u, sautee-ing the meat with onion, tomatoes, whatevers, will only add oil to the sinigang.

    nice kitchen here:)
    and oh, i like the table setting esp the plaid fork:) cuteness naman:)

  9. wow, this is something new—sinigang with strawberries, and it’s colorful, too.:p
    looking forward to more dishes with a twist coming from your new kitchen.

  10. something new to try, maybe my kids will love this because of the strawberry, kulay pula kasi so looks interesting sa aking bunso! hehehe! hope can try this soon…:) enjoy your new kitchen, happy food trip friday! 🙂

  11. sinigang with strawberries?! wow first time to hear about that. hmmm.. interesting.

  12. Wow what a combination, I love sinigang too but I havent tried this one, how does it taste like? Does the strawberry help at all?

    1. This is really popular in Baguio. Try mo, medyo sweet na maasim..it’s really a nice twist..

  13. Pingback: Baguio restaurant serves unique strawberry ‘sinigang’ | loQal - Food and Beverage | Philippines
  14. Wow!  I have tried frozen strawberries & blueberries in Tom Yum soup, but not sinigang.  It definitely makes sense to do the same with sinigang.  I will definitely try your recipe.  The strawberries will give it a sweet taste and they look pretty!

  15. My sister mentioned this to me a while back. Will try this. Would you recommend unripe strawberries more than ripe or ripening strawberries more? Or is it just the same? 

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →

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