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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Pork Sinigang na may Gabi Recipe

Pork Sinigang with Taro roots and Vegetables



Hello Everyone!
Yippee! It's weekends wohoo!I'm excited because one of my good friend is celebrating her birthday today and we are going! It's going to be fun day, pigging out delicious food and great company with my friends and family. Do you have any plan for this weekend with your family? What ever your plans maybe, just have FUN! Anyways, talking about food and recipes- the latest on the list is my Sinigang na Baboy na may Gabi. I know the title kinda long and hard to remember. wink:) Basically, its kinda like Pork Sinigang that I made couple months ago but this one have a taro root instead. YUM! So, perfect for rainy and cold days. I can totally picture myself eating this dish anytime of the day, because this is one of my favorite.
The inspiration behind this dish was when I saw the Knorr Seasoning mix while I shopping at one of my favorite store. The next thing I know was, I see myself looking for some GABI or Taro roots which is available mostly on Asian store. Taro roots makes the soup more condensed and taste scrumptious but if you can't find one just substitute with potatoes or totally skip it. This recipe is very forgiving or I called it FREE Recipe because you can totally make your own version and add whatever kind of vegetables you want. Are you ready to make some Sinigang with Gabi?? Come one you guys. Join me in my kitchen and lets taste and explore the beauty of cooking delicious food. Yum!!! Check out my super easy recipe below.

NOTES- Adjust the taste according to your preference. Add your favorite choice of meat and have FUN!

 Sinigang na Baboy na may Gabi Recipe

Ingredients: 
Pork- cut into desire pieces
Bokchoy/Petchay- sliced
Knorr Sinigang na may Gabi Mix
Gabi/ Taro Roots- chopped
Corn on the Cob
Ginger
Onion
Green Onions- slice

 Directions:
1.) Put 4-5 cups of water in large pot. Let it boil. Add the ginger and onion, wait for couple minutes and then add the cut pork. Let it boil for like 20 minutes.
2.) Add the corn, taro roots and let it cooked for 10 minutes. Once the vegetables is cooked. Add the Bokchoy/Petchay and green onion. 
3.) Add the Knorr seasoning mix ( NOTE: Adjust the taste according to your taste preference, add little bit more if you want more sour taste) Salt and Pepper to taste. 
4.) Turn off the heat and let it set for couple minutes until the Bokchoy/Petchay is cooked.
5.) Serve it HOT over rice and ask your friends to come over. ENJOY!:) 


Super easy recipe of classic Sinigang dish right? This delicious food will be in your table in no time and make your house smells so good. Do you like Sinigang na may Gabi? Please share your thoughts on the comment below. I hope this recipe inspires you to make it at home! I'll promise you, you can't get enough of this, so good, so delicious and great for company coming over. Until next time everyone! I'm going to make some coconut macaroons, cassava cake, and lumpia for my friend's birthday Stay gorgeous and enjoy the rest of the weekend and remember to have FUN while cooking- See you in few days for another awesome recipes..:)

xoxox- Melgie

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31 comments:

  1. looks great!

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  2. Looks delish. We do not often have corn in our sinigang. More likely in nilaga we see the corn.

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    1. We do too, but we have corn available kaya sinama na. Thank you, Sis:)

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  3. Parang nilaga :) But sure looks yummy. Perfect for rainy, cold season :)

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    1. Oo so perfect for rainy and cold season, lalo na pag may kasama kang kumakain. Thank you, Sis:)

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  4. Love it when I learn something new on cooking everyday dishes. I have not eaten gabi for a long time. I wonder if we could dig up some gabi roots from the backyard.

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    1. Its hard for me to find one here in my place, kaya when I saw one hindi ko na pinalagpas. Thank you, Sis:)

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  5. Looks tasty!! Happy birthday to your friend :-)

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  6. This is a staple in our household and it's all-in-one dish: may soup at veggies ka na, may protein pa. This is also good during the rainy season.

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    1. I agree! its always a hit in our house as well. Thank you, Sis:)

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  7. Very appetizing, sis! Lately, I've been feeling tired taking over the kitchen. But this looks worth a try really.

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    1. Indeed, I get hungry nga din everytime I visit my blog. I hope you give it a try and do your own twist. I bet its good with beef or chicken also. Thank you:)

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  8. This looks like a dish which we make at home quite often. We put carrots and other vegetables in it also. ..yummy!!

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  9. I enjoy eating taro. I remembered not loving it when I was younger because of its texture. IT grew on me and love everything about it --from appetizer to maindish to dessert

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    1. Same here! I hate it back when I was younger and my mom always put in ginataan pa naman, but now I'm all into it. Thank you

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  10. I used to grate some gabi when cooking sinigang. This will make the soup a bit thick.

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  11. I want this for tonight's dinner. I want the corn naman for merienda. Hihi

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    1. Yum! I think I'm going to make Sinigang again kakamiss..:) Thanks!

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  12. Speaking of sinigang, we just had this last week during the stormy day.

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    1. This is so perfect for rainy days talaga. Thanks!:)

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  13. I can put young corn din nito sis no? hehe!

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