Friday, November 27, 2020
Home Meat Beef Beef Sinigang (Beef in Tamarind Broth)

Beef Sinigang (Beef in Tamarind Broth)

Sinigang is tamarind base soup; Pork, shrimp, fish and beef can be use to make this soup. I like pork sinigang the best, and I am so very proud to say even before I hardly knew how to cook that I can make a really good sinigang but it didn’t come from me, my sisters and even my mother said so 🙂

Well, sinigang is easy and I think everyone can make their best sinigang; for me and my husband though it’s just pork sinigang but I can’t help myself to try beef sinigang after watching Ms. Susan Kalaw-Medina, the host of Travel Time share her technique in making it. She grills the beef first over charcoal grill before boiling it until tender..now I got curious and just had to try it myself. 🙂

beef_sinigang_1

Put rice water, tomatoes, onion , tamarind in a  pot over high heat

beef_sinigang_2

..meanwhile, grill beef, if you have a charcoal grill, the better

beef_sinigang_tamarind_sampalok

spoon out the tamarind when they’re soft and fully cooked

beef_sinigang_tamarind_sampalok_1

mash tamarind and strain then pour it back in the pot; add the grilled beef, cook until tender then the veggies

beef_in_tamarind_broth_beef_sinigang

Hot, tangy, meaty, beef sinigang..delicious!

Happy Cooking!

Beef Sinigang (Beef in Tamarind Broth)

5 from 1 vote
Course: Filipino dish, Filipino Ulam, Main Course
Cuisine: Filipino
Keyword: beef in tamarind broth, beef sinigang, beef sinigang recipe, easy sinigang recipe, how to cook beef sinigang, how to cook sinigang, sinigang recipe
Servings: 4 people
Author: Olive
Sinigang is tamarind base soup; Pork, shrimp, fish and beef can be use to make this soup. I like pork sinigang the best, and I am so very proud to say even before I hardly knew how to cook that I can make a really good sinigang but it didn't come from me, my sisters and even my mother said so 🙂
Print Recipe Pin Recipe

Ingredients (click ingredient to buy it)

Instructions

  • Put rice water if using or plain water, tomatoes and onion and tamarind in a large saucepan or big pot on high heat and bring to a boil.
  • Heat grill and sear beef on both sides.
  • Take tamarind out of the pan when they're very soft.
  • Put in a bowl and add some water from the pot and mash or pulp it with the back of spoon.
  • Strain and add tamarind liquid to the pot.
  • Add the beef, green finger chillies and gabi (taro).
  • Bring to boil on high heat then lower heat to medium and let it simmer until beef is tender.
  • Add sitaw, if using then the okra.
  • Season with fish sauce to taste and let it simmer/cook for about 5 minutes then add kangkong leaves.
  • Cook for about 3 more minutes then turn off the heat.
  • Serve hot with steamed rice! Happy Eating!

Notes

if you can't find young tamarind fruit, just use sinigang mix; I actually use mix most of the time when making sinigang because it's very convenient and easily available. Put as many veggies as you like.
Tried this recipe?Mention @AweZamLiv or tag #latestrecipesnet!

Previous articleMagic Cake
Next articlePecan Pie with Rum & Honey

Most Popular

Sukiyaki (すき焼き)

I know Sukiyaki,  the song- a beautiful, sentimental song translated from a popular Japanese song but I had no idea what a sukiyaki dish...

♥ Tiramisu!♥

I remember an episode of Friends when Joey invited his friends over to his family's house for dinner and Tiramisu was served for dessert;...

Mojo Potatoes

I love mojo potatoes from Shakey's and this is my homemade version of it.  It's not an exact recipe, add more or less of...

Simple Steamed Bread Pudding

This bread pudding is not the kind that you serve with sauce or eat with a dessert spoon or fork;  it's the kind that...

Recent Comments