All Kinds of Sisig · Pork Recipes

DINAKDAKAN ( Ilocano Recipe)

Loading… DINAKDAKAN, Ilocano Recipe is a favorite lutong bahay of Ilocanos. Its like Sisig too. You gotta try it..its simple and very delicious! You can add more chilis to make it even spict. One of the besr dish of Ilocanos ever! DINAKDAKAN RECIPE (Ilocano Recipe) INGREDIENTS: 1⁄2 kg. pork belly (traditionally, Ilocanos use pig’s mask,… Continue reading DINAKDAKAN ( Ilocano Recipe)

All Kinds of Sisig

SPICY TUNA SISIG RECIPE

Loading… SPICY TUNA SISIG RECIPE is an easy to prepare meal. A sisig recipe style that every Filipino love. Try the tuna version. Its super delicious! Spicy hot in a sizzling plate. And for my Tuna, I used another brand. Why not try another brand of Tuna? I know were so used to the other… Continue reading SPICY TUNA SISIG RECIPE

All Kinds of Sisig · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

Seafood Sisig

Loading… Hindi kompleto ang pulutan kung walang Sisig. Pero ang version na ito ng Sisig ay may hipon at pusit kaya naman napaka-sarap. Sangkap: 2-3 tbsp oil 2 lbs squid cubes or cut into small square pieces 1 lb shrimp (cleaned, deveined, chopped into pieces) 1 whole red onion, minced 1 medium white onion, minced… Continue reading Seafood Sisig

All Kinds of Sisig · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

PUSIT SISIG

Loading… Sangkap: 1 lb. pusit (squid), washed 2 tbsps. olive or any other type of cooking oil 1 tbsp. butter 1/2 cup onions, chopped 2 tbsps. ginger, minced 1/4 cup green bell pepper, diced 1/4 cup red bell pepper, diced 1 pc. medium lemon 1 tsp. brown sugar salt and pepper to taste Siling labuyo,… Continue reading PUSIT SISIG

All Kinds of Sisig · Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

TUNA SISIG (Tagalog Version)

Loading… This tuna sisig version is not from the can but from grilled fresh tuna or frozen tuna steak. You can easily stock it in your freezer, for quick cooking. Just thaw it when about to use, specialy on a busy workweek. It will only take about 30 to 45 minutes cooking time. Mga Sangkap:… Continue reading TUNA SISIG (Tagalog Version)

All Kinds of Sisig · Fish

Crispy Bangus Sisig with Skin

Loading… I was searching the web for a Bangus Sisig recipe. And it looks like they all have 3 denominator of ingredients. These 3 ingredients are unhealthy and I don’t to want to use, like pork chicharon, mayonnaise and butter. Since I am looking for the healthier version of sisig, these 3 ingredients I did… Continue reading Crispy Bangus Sisig with Skin

All Kinds of Sisig · Appetizers · Copycat Recipes · Tofu

Sizzling Tofu ala Max

Loading… This sizzling tofu ala max is an easy step by step procedure on how to cook sizzling tofu at home just like your favorite Max’s Restaurant recipe. Simple, delicious and budget saver! Happy cooking! #MamasGuideRecipes #iLoveMamasGuide SIZZLING TOFU ALA MAX INGREDIENTS: 500g tofu/tokwa 3 cloves minced garlic 1 white chopped onion 1 bell pepper,… Continue reading Sizzling Tofu ala Max

All Kinds of Sisig · Beef Recipes

Corned Beef Sisig

Loading… Servings: 4 Ingredients: 2 red onions roughly chopped 2 chili padi finely chopped 3 garlic cloves finely chopped 1 large can of corned beef* (cut into cubes) 1 can Spam, cut into cubes 2 eggs 1 tablespoon soy sauce 2 tbsp mayonnaise 5  calamansi limes 3 thinly sliced Spring Onion (garnish) Fried Shallots (optional… Continue reading Corned Beef Sisig

All Kinds of Sisig · Tofu

Tokwa Sisig (Tofu)

Loading… Simpleng ulam at pasok sa budget..Yummy homemade tokwa sisig! Cook it today. Another quick, budget saver and easy recipe from Mama’s Guide Recipes. You may also try our simple and delicious Pork Sisig recipe! #LetsCookMGR TOKWA SISIG RECIPE Ingredients: 6-8 pcs tokwa (Tofu) 120 ml Mayonnaise 1 tbsp Oyster sauce 1 tsp Maggi Savor 2… Continue reading Tokwa Sisig (Tofu)

All Kinds of Sisig · Pork Recipes

Sisig Kapampangan

Sisig kapampangan is Pampanga’s all time favorite dish. Numerous reinventions and variations have been inspired from this best seller recipe when you visit any restaurants in the metro and provinces. This Sisig Kapampangan recipe is the classic take of using pig’s brain in the sauce. Way delicious than using mayonaise. Try it! You may also… Continue reading Sisig Kapampangan