Here is a shrimp (hipon) recipe that I am quite sure you are going to fall in love with. This sinigang recipe uses miso paste to enhance the texture and taste. It also added a new look and aroma to our beloved sinigang dish. With this Filipino seafood dish at your dining table, you can surely utter the words “sabaw pa lang, ulam na!”,
So if you wanted to try something new in terms of cooking the traditional sinigang na hipon, this Sinigang na Hipon sa Miso Filipino Recipe is just right for you.
Sinigang Na Hipon Sa Miso Ingredients:
* 500g shrimps
* .20g yellow miso paste
* 4 pcs of over-ripe tomatoes, quartered
* 4 pcs of finger chili (siling pangsigang)
* 1 red onion, quartered
* 2 bunches of kangkong
* 1 white raddish, sliced
* 2L water
* 1 pack of Knorr Sinigang Mix
* patis (fish sauce) to taste
How To Cook Sinigang Na Hipon Sa Miso:
1). In a medium size pot, mix miso paste in water. Add onion, tomato, radish, siling haba. Cook until tender.
2). Add the shrimps and kangkong. Season with patis and let simmer for 5 minutes.
3). Turn off the heat so the shrimps and kangkong won’t get over-cooked.
Serve it while its hot. Best served with steamed rice. Enjoy!
The above Sinigang Na Hipon Sa Miso recipe and image is all courtesy of Cai via her blog lipstickandchopsticks.com. You can visit her blog for more (and upcoming) awesome Filipino foods and recipes.
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I crave for a miso dish last time, but too bad there was no miso in the local market.
Shrimp in miso is a must try.
I agree, "sabaw pa lang ulam na." I could eat this my whole life! 😉
I honestly don't know what "miso" is. But I love sinigang na hipon!!! =)
"sabaw pa lang, ulam na!" is indeed true! I could just have the soup and rice then eat!
I've tried sinigang sa hipon and it was so good!
I love shrimp especially on cold days!