Sinigang Bangus Belly Recipe

Sinigang is actually one of the dishes that Philippines is really known for. Both locals and tourists find themselves loving every sip and every mouthful of this classic sour stew alongside the protein and veggies that come with it.

This famous Filipino classic can be of different proteins such as pork, shrimp, and even fish. As much as the most common is probably the pork version, today, though, we are going for fish, specifically Bangus which is also known as Milkfish.

We love having Sinigang na Bangus Belly from time to time as it brings such a lovely warmth to our tiresome bodies. This dish just brings more than just comfort to us and that’s the reason why we enjoy having this as a viand over and over again.

And since the rainy season is near, we know how a lot of you find this dish the perfect to have during those days. What’s not to love about this dish, right? It has fish; vegetables such as eggplant, kangkong, okra, and radish; and of course, the sour broth that makes it Sinigang.

There you have it! Another classic Filipino dish to keep yourselves warm with and even share with your loved ones.

Ingredients:
 68 Bangus belly
 ¼ kangkong leaves
 2 eggplants, sliced
 1 radish, sliced
 4 tomatoes, sliced
 1 onion, minced
 1 tsp salt
 2 tbsp fish sauce
 4 tbsp ginger, sliced
 3 green chilies
 7 okra, sliced
 2 lemongrass, sliced
 2 tbsp tamarind powder
 ½ tsp ground pepper
 5 cups water

Directions:
1

Saute' ginger, add onion, tomatoes. Then add water and bring to a boil.

2

Add lemongrass, salt, black pepper, raddish and bring to a boil.

3

Add green chilies, okra and eggplants. Add tamarind powder and mix.

4

Add kangkong leaves and then bring to a boil.

5

Add Bangus belly and let it simmer for a few minutes. Serve hot in a bowl and enjoy!

Ingredients

Ingredients:
 68 Bangus belly
 ¼ kangkong leaves
 2 eggplants, sliced
 1 radish, sliced
 4 tomatoes, sliced
 1 onion, minced
 1 tsp salt
 2 tbsp fish sauce
 4 tbsp ginger, sliced
 3 green chilies
 7 okra, sliced
 2 lemongrass, sliced
 2 tbsp tamarind powder
 ½ tsp ground pepper
 5 cups water

Directions

Directions:
1

Saute' ginger, add onion, tomatoes. Then add water and bring to a boil.

2

Add lemongrass, salt, black pepper, raddish and bring to a boil.

3

Add green chilies, okra and eggplants. Add tamarind powder and mix.

4

Add kangkong leaves and then bring to a boil.

5

Add Bangus belly and let it simmer for a few minutes. Serve hot in a bowl and enjoy!

How to cook Sinigang na Bangus na Belly

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