Fish Sinigang (Tilapia) - Filipino Sour Broth Dish22 Reviews
- Prep: 5 min
- Cook: 10 min
- Ready In: 15 min
“A very simple and quick Filipino dish. This is a sour broth soup with tilapia fish fillets. The flavor is sour but it actually enhances your appetite. This is considered comfort food in my house.” - by Meli D
Original recipe yields 4 servings
- In a medium pot, combine the tilapia, bok choy, tomatoes and radish. Stir together the tamarind paste and water; pour into the pot. Toss in the chili peppers if using. Bring to a boil, and cook for 5 minutes, or just until the fish is cooked through. Even frozen fish will cook in less than 10 minutes. Do not over cook or else the fish will fall apart. Ladle into bowls to serve.
Amount Per Serving (4 total)
- 112 cal
- 1 g
- 13.4 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (22)Rate This Recipe
"Delicious soup! definately comfort food, but light! I used 1/4 cup fresh lime juice instead of the Tamarind paste cause i just couldn't find any! I also disolved a teaspoon of thai green curry past..." See moree into the water for a bit of kick! Needed salt but that can always be added to taste after. Fast tastey dish!"
"I love this soup. It's light and you would not feel guilty serving along with other main dishes. The original traditional tangy taste calls for tamarind, but lime or tomato is definitely acceptable. A..." See moredd excitement to your Sinigang by adding prawns, 1/8 cup sliced red onions and 1 tbsp shredded ginger. Some greens like bok choy, or even anaheim pepper (long green pepper) is also good. Since this is soup, I usually add the green veggies sparingly in order not to overpower the character as a soup. Since this is a cultural food, you can deninitely adjust the spices according to your orientation."
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