Sisig was invented by a Filipino named Lucia Cunanan also known as Aling Lucing who used pig ears to make this delicious Filipino dish. This is very common in the Philippines especially as "pulutan". Throughout these many years it has hundreds of versions like cooked and made with chicken, with seafood and more to mention. In fact my uncle has his own version of recipe where all his friends love it!
As you know, this is commonly served as an appetizer or (pulutan) as mentioned earlier and is usually accompanied by beer back home in the Philippines!
In the Philippines almost all restaurants and bars that serves beer and other liquor has this on their recipe on their front line. Karaoke bars for instance will never go out of it on their menu. It is the most popular appetizer wherever you go in the Philipines!
Now, this recipe is
a different version. Try it and enjoy it with your family and friends!
1 kg pork ears/mascara
½ cup soy sauce
¼ cup vinegar
3 tbsp. butter
1 pc.garlic (diced)
1 tbsp. black pepper (powdered)
¼ cup brown sugar
½ cup water
1 tsp. salt
30g. chicharon (ground)
boil pork ears until it becomes tender and soft
Step 2: grill the pork ears/mascara
Step 3: chop it into smaller pieces, heat pan with butter
Step4: Sauté garlic until it turns brown then add/put the onions
Step 5: Add the pork mascara together with the soy sauce, vinegar, black pepper and sugar,
salt, ½ cup water
(Cook in medium heat for minutes)
Note: salt and pepper to taste
Step 6: if done, add mayonnaise on top and pork chicharon. Serve and enjoy.
Try the other version of SISIG
(my uncle's very own version for pulutan!)
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