Chicken Sisig

Chicken Sisig
Chiken Sisig is not new, these version of sisig is an alternative for those who are not eating pork and for those who have health concern but still want to enjoy sisig. It is basically the same with the original pork version but with out those fats. My chicken sisig uses chicken fillet from chicken breast therefore it is much leaner. To compensate for the dryness of using chicken, it is cooked with more liquid or stock. I would not recommend adding mayonnaise as there is no sense of using lean meat, not of course you are having a chicken version because you are not taking pork for some other reasons.

Diced Chicken


Ingredients:

1 kilo chicken fillet
1/4 kilo chicken liver
4 medium size onion, chopped
3-5 pcs. green sili, chopped
1 pc. chicken bouillon cube
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 c soy sauce
2 tbsp. liquid seasoning
3 pcs. bay leaf
cooking oil
salt and pepper
kalamansi

Chicken Sisig - Cooking Procedure


Cooking procedure:

Dash with salt and pepper each chicken fillet and let stand for 15 to 30 minutes to marinate. Grill chicken fillet and chicken liver until brown. Dice chicken and liver into small cubes. I a big wok stir fry diced chicken and liver for 10-15 minutes at high heat. Add in 2 cups of water, bouillon cube, vinegar, soy sauce and liquid seasoning, stir cook for 5-10 minutes. Add in onions and green sili, stir cook for another 3-5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve on a sizzling hot plate with kalamansi and topped with egg.


See other sisig recipe;

Pork Sisig
Fish Sisig, Tilapia Sisig






18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi im browsing the net about chicken sisig recipe and all i got that's look sensible enought to follow was your post. Im just wondering if after grillng and dicing the chicken and liver. Is it ok if after I saute it I let it boil a little bit on pineapple juice? what do you think? will it add some sourness?? just pondering on the idea.

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molestedtwineggs said...

thanks for the info..

i have tried pork sisig but since only chicken is available here in saudi.. im gonna use your menu, hope my friends like it, congrats for being food blog awardee.. keep posting .. mabuhay.

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Anonymous said...

can I add sugar? I like sweet dishes or will it destroy everything?

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ut-man said...

You can, pero kunti lang...

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Anonymous said...

if im doing a chicken sisig. i rather use the leftover fried chiken hehehe. its less time of cooking hehh.. and its actually good

camile..t..

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Anonymous said...

ok po pag left over roasted chiken,masmlasa..

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ut-man said...

To Anonymous,
Thanks for sharing.

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Anonymous said...

Anonymous

It's defend on how you cook...put everything you want as long as you like it...

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Anonymous said...

thank you for your recipe!!! buti na lang may alternative for pork sisig
-chelle

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Olivia said...

What is "liquid seasoning"? Can you give an example of a brand you use/like? Thanks!
Olivia

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ut-man said...

Hi Olivia,
I just used knorr liquid seasoning...

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Anonymous said...

nakakatuwa at katakam takam ang bawat recipe nyo, i really love cooking at yung mga hindi ko pa naluluto, dito ko nakikita kung pano lutuin... thank you at wag magsawang magpost nang mga bagong recipe... Godbless!

Carl

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ut-man said...

Salamat din po Carl.

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Anonymous said...

Pwd po bang fried chicken ang gamitin?? JAZZ

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UT-Man said...

Hi JAZZ,
Opo pwede, goodluck.

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Maan Ciocson said...

Hi, i really like your recipe and my friends love it so much. Though i made some modification on the ingredients according to my taste, but this recipe helps me a lot. Great job my friend.

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UT-Man said...

Hi Maan Ciocson,
Thanks for your valued feedback, realy appreciated my friend.

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Aldrin Garcia said...

Ano ba pwedemg alternative sa vinegar?

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