Thursday, April 14, 2011

Sisig Recipe- P365 # 104

I mentioned in my previous post that I tried to make sisig, so here it is.  I found a sisig mix at an oriental store so I thought of trying it.  
I used regular meat because hubby doesn't like the  parts of the pork  that is use regularly on  sisig.  It was delicious though, I made it spicy too.  Here's a  simple recipe.

  • 1 lb pork
  • Three thai peppers or any kind of  spicy chilis
  • scallion, chopped
  • 2 shallots, chopped
  • black pepper
  • a pack of sisig mix
  • 2 tbs of coconut  oil
  • 1/2 cup of water
  1. Prepare the meat.   You can boil it, fry it, or grill it.  Then sliced it into small bits.
  2. Chopped the shallots and  scallions.
  3. Pour the  sisig mix into a 1/2 cup of water to dissolve it.
  4. When all the ingredients are  done.  Heat the pan and add the coconut oil.
  5. Add the meat, cook it for  2 minutes.  Add the shallots and peppers, mix it with the meat for about a minute.  
  6. Add the  dissolved  sisig mix.  Cook for another 5 minutes.  Turn off the  heat then add the scallions and sprinkle some black pepper.
  7. Add two scoops of it on top of your steamed rice and enjoy!  Left over is good for pizza topping.
April 14, 2011:

  • Hubby  drove Ms. Burrito to school then he will proceed to the Honda garage for our car maintenance check.
  • I am making bacon for breakfast. Also made a pot of tea, want some?
  • It will be warm today so  we might be out  of the house the whole time.I just got done trimming my rose bush in front of our house.   The thorns poked me so many times
  • Hubby threw the twigs in the nearby woods.
Thanks  for dropping by everyone!

25 delicious comments:

Arvin U. de la Peña said...


Anonymous said...

That looks indefinitely yummy! Makes me want to eat your page up!:)

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Gen said...

Look yummy Rose...happy FTF!

mine is here

Cecile said...

this looks very yummy; the presentation is very nice!

Unknown said...

how's the sisig mix like, rose? never tried that one kz d2 salt, pepper, a little mayo, or liver spread, chili, okay na...
nakakagutom nman lalo at may lettuce pa, fave:)

w0rkingAth0mE said...

Your sisig is so inviting hmmm, i really love sisig .. :) tsalap!

me said...

that;s one yummy looking sisig Mommy Rose...can you send me some?

me said...

added this in my blog list Mommy Rose...

Unknown said...

wow galing mo bading, inbitahin mo ko sa lafangan at patikimin sa sisig heheh bili din tayo ng beer tagayan at chibugan tayo waaaaa

Tetcha said...

Delicious! My husband loves sisig, especially when it's spicy! I hope we can exchange links on our food blogs. Thanks!

Unknown said...

hmmm binigyan mo ako ng idea ha? Thanks kaayo kasi I love sisig kaya lang takot akong mag slice ng mga baga, puso errrr...etc para sa okay lang pala if meat na lang talaga hahahaa....ang sarap ng entry mo ah!

Happy FTF. My FTF is here

Mel Alarilla said...

Mukha namang masarap at spicy yung ginawa mong sisig although hindi ganyan ang original ingredients nang sisig. Ang ginagawang sisig ay mukha nang baboy at pwede ring lagyan nang tenga at atay nang baboy. Pero mukha namang nagustuhan nang mister mo kaya okay na rin yun. Natotolerate ba nang mga anak mo yung spiciness nang food? Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Cheerful said...

looks mouthwatering! i love sisig but never had it for long time. enjoy your garden and me want some tea? :) happy Friday and happy cambodian new year! :) -PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...!

 gmirage said...

I want to learn how to cook this, fave ng hubby :D -kitchenmaus

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious! Sisig is my favorite appetizer "once in a while" --:)

♥ Willa @ Postage Journal♥ said...

Hubby doesn't like Pig ears either, but i love it with Sisig, I might try your version sometimes.

Unknown said...

u might wanna check ur links or buzz me if i have to add more sites:)

Unknown said...

i don't think sisig is sisig if it's not spicy.:p

Rechie said...

aw..looks so inviting..i love it lalo na pag may egg

Jenn Valmonte said...

We have tried that sisig mix, too... and I find it just fine, I love the citrus-y taste.

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Jen said...

will try that soon ..happy ftf

mommy Orkid Belle said...

I don't think I had sisig before. I should try some next time. Looks good mommy though.

Adin B

genny said...

saraaaaaaaaaap! never pa ako nakakain ng sisig, matikman sana itong version mo kaso picture lang eh,hehehhe thanks for visiting at my blog.:-)

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January Zelene said...

looks delicious..

Came in late for Food Trip Friday here’s Xye’s Cupcakes

Dhemz said...

penge po sis...kakagutom eh!

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