Delicious Sinigang na Tilapia recipe - GazeFeed

Delicious Sinigang na Tilapia recipe - GazeFeed

Sinigang na Tilapia is Filipino delicacy invented way back the old days, specifically, World War II. There are some stories spreading before that one cooker accidentally put a tamarind in his dish and he worried. He tasted it, and they like the taste. After it, they continue to use tamarind in cooking and someone just coined the recipe "Sinigang" they also innovate the recipe with the use of different kind of meats. Until someone used Tilapia as the perfect partner for this dish. Today, we will teach you how to cook the legendary, "Sinigang na Tilapia" recipe, old version. 

What are the Ingredients?

2 Tablespoons of Vegetable-Oil

2 Medium of Red-onions (Peeled and Quartered)

4 Medium of Tomatoes (Quartered)

1 45-grams pack of "Sinigang-na-Sampalok-Mix"

1/2 Medium Radish or Labanos (Peeled and Sliced)

1 Bunch part of small okra (Halved)

4 Cups of water

1 bunch of Kangkong or also known as, Water-spinach (Leaves-and-tender-stalks only)

3 Small pieces of Tilapia (Cleaned, gutted and scaled, halved)

How is the process of cooking?

1. Prepare a large pot or casserole over medium heat. Add onions and tomatoes and cook until it gets translucent. 
2. Put sinigang-mix, okra and labanos together. Add some enough water to cover the ingredients and vegetable about 1-inch. Wait until it boils, lowe the heat, let it simmer, then check until the vegetables get tender. Stir the stems section of kangkong and bring back to simmer for about one-minute. 
3. When it is cooked and ready to serve, put back the broth together with the Tilapia pieces and cook until the fish is ready. Stir in the part of kangkong leaves and let it simmer again for about two to four minutes. 
4. Serve it hot and pair it with hot white-rice!

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