Sinigang na Sugpo – sour soup cooked with shrimp




Sinigang is a popular Filipino dish. It is a sour soup that uses tamarind as it’s base flavor, it can be cooked with fish, meat, shrimp, and vegetables. This soup uses shrimp as the main ingredient. Instead of using real tamarind use packets of tamarind seasoning mix.



The normal response I’ve seen when it is served to foreigners is either they like it instantly or not at all. Well not everyone has the affinity to sour food as Filipinos do. The way we enjoy eating green mangoes, young tamarind, and kamias like we are eating treats. Yes, only in the Philippines.



Here are the ingredients of Sinigang na Sugpo. 2.2 lbs. Sugpo Tiger prawn. 1 40g pack Knorr Sinigang sa Sampaloc Mix, Original. 4 to 6 pieces Okra. 12 to 15 pieces Sitaw Snake Beans, cut in 2 inch pieces. 1 medium Labanos Daikon radish, sliced. 3 medium tomato wedged. 3 medium yellow onion wedged. 3 to 5 pieces siling pansigang long green pepper. 3 tablespoons patis fish sauce. 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper. 2 quarts water.

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