Filipino Sinigang Na Panga Ng Tuna Recipe Video

Sinigang na Panga ng Tuna is another variation the famous soup dish of the Philippines, Sinigang. Almost any meat or seafood can be used in making sinigang while the sour component is not limited to tamarind alone (tamarind is the main component of the commercialized sinigang mix pouches): guava, bilimbi (kamias), and green mangoes are just a few of the sour fruits that can be used to make this dish.

Summary

Difficulty LevelEasyHealth IndexAverage
Servings4Cuisine
CourseTaste
MethodDish
Main Ingredient, Interest Group

Ingredients

 Tuna jaw2 Pound (Panga Ng Tuna)
 Water8 Cup (128 tbs)
 String beans2 Cup (32 tbs), cut in inches length
 Egg plant3 Medium, sliced
 Okra8 , cleaned
 Water spinach100 Gram, chopped (Kangkong)
 Tomatoes6 , halved
 Fish sauce2 Tablespoon
 Sinigang mix39⁄50 Ounce (Good For 2 Liters Of Water)

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 492 Calories from Fat 110

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 12 g18.8%

Saturated Fat 3 g15.2%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 86.2 mg

Sodium 1178.8 mg49.1%

Total Carbohydrates 38 g12.5%

Dietary Fiber 18.8 g75%

Sugars 15 g

Protein 61 g121.9%

Vitamin A 179.9% Vitamin C 69.7%

Calcium 10.7% Iron 24.3%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

1. Heat a cooking pot and pour-in the water. Bring to a boil.

2. Put-in the onions and tomatoes and cook until tender.

3. Put-in the tuna jaw and simmer for 15 minutes

4. Add the sinigang mix, chilies, and fish sauce then simmer for another 3 minutes.

5. Put-in the okra and string beans and cook for 3 minutes.

6. Add the eggplant and give additional 5 minutes to cook.

7. Mix-in the water spinach and simmer for a minute. Turn the heat off, cover the pot, and allow residual heat to completely cook the water spinach.

8. Transfer to a serving bowl and serve hot.

9. Share and enjoy!

Editors Review

This video is in Filipino.
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