Sinigang na Tanguigue (Spanish Mackerel) served hot in a clay pot. For non-Filipinos, sinigang is a light soup cooked with a souring agent like tamarind, tomatoes, guava or calamondin. Aside from fish, pork, beef or shrimps can also be used. Vegetables are also added such as okra, taro corns, daikon, water spinach, eggplant and yard-long beans. Green finger pepper is usually added to enhance the flavor.
Posted for Food Friday and Food Trip Friday
wow, we always love this dish. I always buy tanguige when i saw one in the market.
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yummmm!!! reminds me of how we cook that fish at home in the province: simply tinola-like, no souring ingredients, only with lemongrass, tomatoes, onions, water, and salt (we call it "tinowa"). sarap!
Another comforting food! Love it! Happy Weekend!
Oh make me miss those kind of fish that my papa catch before. That was so good one. happy FTF!
Mine is here
Looks so sumptuous!
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Nakuuuu!!Sarap na sarap ako dyan sa sinigang mo!!Naubos na ang aking sinigang mix dito,kailangang tumawag na naman kay madir para padalhan ako dito sa bansa ng mga sakang(ehe)^_^
Enjoy your weekend,LM!
one of my husband's favorite fish dish...sarap naman nito, mommy!
this is what we needed these windy days...served hot and "hot". yum!
This made me realize that we have a clay pot lying around somewhere in the kitchen but we've used it eons ago.
I miss sinigang, I'll have it at any type of weather. :)
Sarap naman! at nasa Palayok pa talaga ha! :D
arrggggggghhhhh....wala yan dito...my golly...you made me hungry...ehehehe...salap!
yummy, looks great!
one of my all time fave filipino dish :)
Have a great weekend, my entry is up too.
wow nakakamiss naman yan ...sarap sarap ..thanks for sharing
That looks delicious!
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