A rich umami bomb kissed by tart calamansi.
Fire up Filipino Sisig with everything from pork belly to tofu in under 20 minutes!
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Traditionally prepared sisig is an umami-led pork hash party: a bar snack (or pulutan) and street food in the Philippines, this dish has spicy, savory, and sour flavors due to a bit of chili, the rich pork sear, and tart calamansi.
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Cane, vinegar, garlic, calamansi puree, porcini mushroom powder, dried chili flakes
Servings: 3, Servings per container
Serving Size: 1/4 Package (15g)
Added this to browned ground chicken, scallions and red onion. Added on top of garlic rice and it was money!
these flavor packets help meal prepping so easy and delicious! have 3 personal favorites like lemongrass and sisig!
Have been using Omsom for some time, just opened a bag for dinner but one of the three packets had leaked, but have loved every choice.
The sisig with extra firm tofu is often the highlight of the week. So good!
Sisig came out great, not a fan of mayo so I skipped that option. Where i grew up Sisig (pork specially) is a popular side dish when hanging out and having a beer. I prefer to add a splash of lemon or lime and diced Jalapeno peppers (take out the seeds to control the heat) before serving. Use Fresno peppers if you want the dish to have some color and a hint of sweetness.
I make larb in the traditional way, one of my favorite all-time dishes. But unless I have a lot of time, I don’t make it. So – I discover your larb packet, and I have it now two or three times a week switching off between pork mushrooms and beef. And once in a while chicken. A great product