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A Taste of the Philippines: Crispy Sisig Recipe

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Crispy Sisig is the most sought-after appetiser in the Philippines. Every Pinoy bar or pub that sells beer and other alcoholic beverages is guaranteed to be serving this dish. The deep-fried version in this recipe is the most popular variation of Sisig.

Origin
Sisig was first served in the 1970’s by Lucia Cunanan, known by most as simply Aling Lucing. She boiled, grilled, and stir-fried pork along with chicken liver and served it to guests. The dish was so well-received that it prompted Mrs Cunanan to establish a restaurant in Angeles City in the Philippines that eventually became one of the most renowned eateries in the country.

A Taste of the Philippines: Crispy Sisig Recipe

A Taste of the Philippines: Crispy Sisig Recipe

Ingredients

  • 500 grams fried and chopped pork belly
  • 250 grams fried and chopped pig’s ears
  • 100 grams cooked chicken liver
  • 2 medium-sized chopped onions
  • 30 grams minced ginger
  • 1 chicken egg per serving
  • Mayonnaise for seasoning
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon cooking oil
  • chopped chillies to taste
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. Heat the oil in a medium/hot frying pan.
  2. Sauté the onions and ginger.
  3. Add in the fried and chopped pork belly and pig’s ears as well as the cooked chicken liver.
  4. Season with chillies, soy sauce, salt and pepper.
  5. Serve hot on a sizzling plate.
  6. Crack an egg and add the mayonnaise.
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Added by Shaun Wheatcroft / September 9, 2014
Hi, I’m Shaun and I make a living out of writing about people who grow gardens on their car rooftops and other crazy stories, I also mess around on our blogging world during the day and play on Facebook, , and Twitter. You may also have seen me bouncing on a trampoline in a lion costume, but that story is for another day. These days when I’m not writing for RedShed you’ll probably find me following the shifting fortunes of Nottingham Forest. Come and say hi!​

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