#SisigPaMore: 12 Mouth-Watering Ways to Make SISIG!

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Hailing from the province of Pampanga, “sisig” is a popular and well-loved dish that fits as “ulam” or as “pulutan.” The typical “sisig” is made using parts of the pig’s head and liver. It is usually seasoned with soy sauce, calamansi, and chili peppers. The special version is served with an egg on top.

Want to make your own sisig? Here are some recipes you can try out at home.

12. Mely’s Kitchen Sisig

Mely SisigPhoto from: melyskitchen.blogspot.com

You can find the recipe here.

11. Panlasang Pinoy Sisig

Panlasang Pinoy SisigPhoto from: panlasangpinoy.com

You can find the recipe here.

10. Yummy’s Pork Sisig

Yummy SisigPhoto from: yummy.ph

You can find the recipe here.

9. Del Monte’s Chicken Sisig

Del Monte SisigPhoto from: delmonte.ph

You can find the recipe here.

8. Pinoy Chow Sisig

Filipino Chow SisigPhoto from: pinoychow.com

You can find the recipe here.

7 Knorr’s Crispy Tofu Sisig

Knorr SisigPhoto from: knorr.com.ph

You can find the recipe here.

6. Maggi’s Pork Sisig

Maggi SisigPhoto from: maggi.ph

You can find the recipe here.

5. Beng’s Sisig

Beng's SisigPhoto from: filipino-food-recipes.com

You can find the recipe here.

4. Gardenia Sisig Sandwich

Gardenia SisigPhoto from: gardenia.com.ph

You can find the recipe here.

3. Creamy Sisig

Creamy SisigPhoto from: createwithcream.ph

You can find the recipe here.

2. Kawaling Pinoy Crispy Sisig

Kawaling Pinoy SisigPhoto from: kawalingpinoy.com

You can find the recipe here.

1. Pulutan Sisig

Pulutan SisigPhoto from: pulutanrecipes.com

You can find the recipe here.

What is your personal sisig recipe? Share it with us!






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