Friday, July 30, 2010

Fish Sinigang with Miso


My most recent craving is Fish Sinigang with Miso. I cooked it three times in just 1 week. I got dizzy eating all the meat based food so I told myself, I have to eat more vegetables and fish.

Mona is my house guest for the weekend. For today's lunch, I cooked Salmon Belly sinigang with Miso, Inihaw na liempo (marinated in rock salt and patis for a few minutes)


and green mangoes with Bagoong.




For dessert, we had the Arce Sorbetes de Caro Avocado ice cream.
It tastes so much better than Regular Arce Avocado ice cream.


Salmon Belly Sinigang with Miso




1/4 k. Salmon belly

garlic, crushed

onions, sliced

3 tomatoes, sliced

1/4 C. Miso paste (local not Japanese)

1-2 T. patis

4 C. water

1 small Knorr Sinigang Mix Original recipe pack

radish, sliced

Mustaza leaves (but I used Kang Kong leaves)

Saute garlic, onions and tomatoes. When the tomatoes are wilted, add the miso paste, add water 1 cup at a time. When it begins to boil add the radish, when tender, add the fish and cook for 5 minutes. Add the kangkong, cover and cook for exactly 1 minute. Remove cover, do NOT cover again because the leaves will get discolored.


Nowadays, I want the soup served separately from the meat/fish.

The other day I made Fish Head Sinigang but used Knorr Sinigang Mix with Miso. I prefer the soup made with fresh miso paste.


4 comments:

  1. Hi!

    Your Sinigang looks really delicious!

    I'm collecting a list of the best sinigang recipes in my blog, and I included your sinigang recipe (just a link though, hope you don't mind). You can see it at
    http://kumain.com/sinigang-recipes/

    Keep in touch!

    Tanya Regala

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  2. Hi! Thank you for including my recipe in your blog!

    Lia

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  3. For many years of living in this world this sinigang sa miso always sets me free from boredom... Ever since I was a child this was my best buddy... Awesome and amazing in its unique flavors... For that very reason that I always purchase it online at Goods. ph that satisfies my needs in the grocery and market stuffs... thank you for sharing an amazing topics...

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    1. Hello, Eric! You're welcome! Thank you also for visiting my blog.

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