Mama Sita's Mix Pang Sinigang 50g
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• Sinigang sa sampalok is a hot and sour tamarind soup with shrimp and vegetables
• This Filipino national dish can simply be prepared at home using Mama Sita's Sinigang Sa Sampalok (Hot Tamarind Seasoning Mix) and a few fresh ingredients
• The seasoning mix contains tamarind, tomato powder, black pepper and gives your soup both a sweet and sour and hot flavor
Ingredients & Nutrition facts
Iodized Salt, Acidity Regulator: E330, Cane Sugar, Flavour Enhancer: E621, Onion Powder, Tamarind Powder 5.4%, Rice Flour, Tomato Powder, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (Corn, Soy), Chilli Powder.
Average nutritional values per portion: Energy in kilocalories: 44kcal, Carbohydrates: 38.3g, Sugar: 19.5g, Protein: 7.9g, Fat: 0.0g, Sodium: 60.9mg
Siniganag na hipon sa sampalok(shrimps in tamarind broth), making 8 servings, 8 cups (2 liters) water, 1 pc (75 g) tomato quartered, 1 pc (75 g) onion quartered, 1 pc (75 g) radish diagonally sliced, 1 pouch(50 g) mama sita’s sinigang sa sampalok mix, 2lbs (1kg) shrimps trimmed and rinsed. 8 pcs (100g) sitaw (long green beans) cut into 2 inch lengths. 2 pcs (15g) long green pepper. Bundle kangkong (swamp cabbage) or spinach. Patis (fish sauce) to taste. 1. In a sauce pan, combine water, tomatoes, onions, radish and mama sita’s sinigang sa sampalok mix. Bring to a boil. Simmer for 5 minutes or until the radish is soft. Bring to a rolling boil and add the shrimps, sitaw and long green pepper. Cook for another three minutes or until both the shrimps and the sitaw are cooked. Add the kangkong or spinach and cook until done. Remove the heat and serve the patis. To make meat sinigang: use 1kg of meat (2. 2lbs) instead of shrimps. Boil the meat together with onions, radish and tomatoes until very tender before adding the rest of the ingredients.