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Sinigang na Maya-Maya (Red Snapper In Sour Broth)

This recipe is red snapper or maya-maya cooked in sour broth made from tomatoes, onions, green mango strips, radish and kangkong. Unlike the usual sinigang, which uses tamarind fruits or kamias (ginger lily) to give that sourness taste on the sour broth, this sinigang use unripe green mango. Try this unique fish sinigang dish and I’m sure you will like it.


200gms fresh red snapper {Maya-Maya)
1 medium-sized unripe green mango
1 cup stringbeans, cut into 3-inch long pieces
6 cups rice washing (hugas bigas)
1 peeled and sliced radish (labanos)
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
2 cups kangkong leaves, selecting with tender stalks
Calamansi zest
1 sliced large onion
Salt or fish sauce (patis)
3-4 chopped tomatoes

How to cook Red Snapper In Sour Broth

Sinigang na Maya-Maya

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Posted by on February 5, 2014.

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