Vegan Sinigang // Vegan Filipino Recipes with Janelle

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On today’s episode of veganizing Filipino dishes, Janelle and I tackle Sinigang! Sinigang is a tamarind based soup that has lots of savoury tangy flavour and is full of vegetables and greens. Typically served with rice and traditionally made with pork, this version is made with roasted soy bites to achieve a similar fall-apart pork-like texture in this soup!

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  1. Thank you for showing me how to use tamarind paste! I've always wanted to try but I'm too hesitant to get because I'm not sure how to use it. I'm reaaaaaally trying to broaden my horizons and try all different types of sauces and spices. <3 <3 Thanks you two! I love you ladies!

  2. It’s good you have gloves on for your allergies, as I remember that Chris, from CaribbeanPot.com, said that when you’re peeling eddoes, there is a starchy residue that may cause itching to your hands. He was making “Ital Soup” at the time (a Rastafarian vegan dish). Your soup looks so good! And, I have tamarind…Yay! All I need now is bok choy, okra, and eddoes.🙄. I have to find a new Asian grocery as my T&T on Cherry Street in Toronto has closed to make way for condos.😔boo, hiss.

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