Saturday, September 1, 2012


This is my own version of Pork Tomato Sinigang.  


1/2 kg pork ribs
1 pc (30g) small onion,sliced
1/2 tbsp patis


1 pouch (200 g) Tomato Sauce
2-1/4 cups water
2 pc potatoes, each piece cut into two
3 pc okra, cut into two
1 pc carrot, cut into cubes
1-2 pc siling haba
1 bunch kangkong leaves or pechay
1 tbsp sinigang mix powder


  1. Boil ribs first to make it tender.  Then set aside.
  2. Saute onion and pork ribs until golden brown then add patis.
  3. Add Tomato Sauce and water.  Then add the potatoes, carrots and okra.
  4. Cover and simmer until all are tender.
  5. Add pechay and sinigang mix powder.
  6. Allow to simmer and serve. 

*My two kids don't like to eat radish in a soup.  (They love to eat radish if I make it to salad.) So I use potatoes and carrot. And instead of liempo I use ribs.  

*There is no kangkong available in our market, I replace it with pechay.

A very different sinigang recipe with a TWIST!  Hope you will like it.

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  1. Let me give a try for your own version, galing mo namang gumawa ng sarili mong style :p

  2. Hahahahaha...Thanks Palagutom Boy. Walang magawa kasi kailangan maghanap ng mga alternative recipe.

  3. I've never had Sinigang without Kangkong. Its my favorite vegetable so that's non-negotiable for me. Hahaha! But I do prefer ribs over liempo to avoid excessive grease. :) I really admire your creativity and resourcefulness :)

  4. Tnx Chilipina. is not sinigang without kangkong.. eh kaso walang kangkong sa palengke, naubusan ata pag dating q wla na. so I chose pechay for alternative.

  5. I love raddish on my sinigang. The sinigang is really one of my favorite Filipino food ,kahit sabaw lang ,solve na.

  6. I didn't you can do sinigang with tomato sauce (not tamarind) I will try this to know how it taste =)

  7. wow.. this is different.. maybe i would try this at home whenver they get lazy cooking here.. hehe

  8. My brain is still trying to connect the word sinigang and the pic because it doesn't look like the conventional sinigang. Still, it's worth a try.

  9. Wow! This is new to me. I have been cooking sinigang but never heard of tomato sinigang. Will try this soon. Thanks for sharing!

  10. will try this recipe! i love prokribs! xx

  11. This is a very unique take on Pork Sinigang. Maybe I should try this one of these days :D

  12. It's one of my fave Pinoy dishes. Malinamnam, right?hehehe... I put kangkong, sitaw and okra in my sinigang!

  13. first time to hear about pork tomato sinigang .. i think i should try this at home.. thanks for this ... saved on my recipe list

  14. I've never tried tomato sauce in a sinigang but this seems interesting to the palate. ^_^


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