If you’ve ever been to the Philippines, then you’ve probably tried our famous Sinigang. It’s a sour and savory soup or stew that no Filipinos will ever unlike. This dish has been an integral part of the Filipino culture that, in 2018, the love for sinigang became an important requirement to prove one’s citizenship in this country. So to help you prove your love and loyalty to this country, we’ll help you learn how to cook salmon head sinigang sa miso.
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— Roberto Seña (@Sentastic) February 18, 2018
Kidding aside, sinigang is really an important traditional dish in the Philippines.
But it isn’t just a single dish cooked with the same ingredients. There are different types and each one depends on the ingredients to be used. The most famous type of sinigang is Sinigang na Baboy (Pork Sinigang). But in today’s post, we’ll teach you how to cook another type – Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon sa Miso.
How to cook Sinigang na Salmon sa Miso
Despite it being a different type, there’s no need to panic because singang sa miso is very similar to pork sinigang with gabbi. They are both simple and easy to cook, so even if you’re a beginner, you can do this too.
As with cooking any type of dish, the first step is to always prepare the cooking utensils you’ll need. You also need to prepare and wash the ingredients beforehand.
For the complete ingredients list and cooking steps, continue reading below.
Just writing this article makes me want to take a sip of that sour, savory stew! Now that you know How to Cook Salmon Head Sinigang sa Miso, you can try it at home and serve it to your loved ones. I’m sure they will love this dish as much as I do. Especially when ( and you should!) you serve it with rice!
If you love Filipino food, don’t forget to check out our other guides for cooking Filipino food. How about trying Kalderetang Baka? Check out this article to learn how to cook this dish.
Salmon Head Sinigang sa Miso
- 1/2 tsp ground black pepper
- 2 to 3 tbs fish sauce
- 1 bunch of chopped mustard leaves (pechay)
- 3 pcs. long green peppers (sliced)
- 2 onions (minced)
- 6 to 8 cups of water
- 12 pcs okra cut in halves
- 2 medium tomatoes (sliced)
- 3 salmon heads cut lengthwise into half
- 2 packs of (your brand of choice) Sinigang na may Miso Recipe Mix
• Pour 6 to 8 cups water in a cooking pot, add the onions and tomatoes. Let it boil.
• As it simmers, add the Salmon heads. You can stir for a little bit, then let it boil all the way through.
• After a minute, pour your packs of sinigang recipe mix. Stir until the powder is completely dissolved.
Remember to stir slowly to avoid damaging the Salmon head.
• Add the green peppers, okra, ground pepper, and fish sauce. Stir slowly, then add the mustard leaves.
• Let it boil for 3 to 5 minutes until the vegetables and the salmon are sufficiently cooked.
• Serve hot.