Sinigang na Alimango

Sinigang na Alimango
Have you tried Crabs in Sinigang sa Bayabas? Ansarap na healthy can also do it with other seafood like Sinigang na alimasag and prawns..or add a some fave fish too..mmmm! Cook it with fresh bayabas, tomatoes, or sampaloc fruit for the best sinigang recipe ever. Fresh is always the best choice.

Sinigang na Alimasag/Alimango sa Bayabas


1 kilo alimasag or crabs (or alimango) 
1 medium labanos/radish, sliced
1 bunch kangkong, trimmed
1 eggplant, sliced
5 pieces okra, sliced crosswise
1 large size tomato, cut into wedges
1 medium size onion, cut into wedges
500g bayabas (guava) (or use sinigang mix kung walang bayabas)
2-3 pieces siling haba (long green chilis)
6 cups hugas bigas/rice washing (or water)
salt to taste

1. Preparation for Guava/Bayabas: Boil peeled guavas in a pot. Mash it using a strainer to get the juice. Set it aside.
2. Boil 6 cups of water in a large pot over medium to low heat. Toss in the tomato and onion and simmer for an additional 3 minutes.
3. Then, add in the other ingredients like eggplant, radish and okra. Let it simmer for another 2 to 3 minutes.
4. You may now add in crabs. Simmer for another 2 to 3 minutes. Add the guava juice and adjust to your sour preference.
5. Finally, add in your kangkong, green chilis. Season with salt to taste and simmer additional 2 minutes.

You may add siling labuyo for a spicy sinigang! Serve hot and enjoy!

Happy cooking!

Cooking Tips: What to do if its not sour enough? Just add calamansi juice or suka (little by little only)

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