Sisig with Mayonnaise

Sisig with Mayonnaise
Sisig with Mayonnaise. It is though that the original sisig was prepared by just boiling pig’s ears, jowls and often times with liver. The pig brain is added to make it creamy. The broiling and grilling including the sizzling version is the product of evolution of the dish. Today mayonnaise is even used as alternative to the pig brains which is obviously not available commercially.

Sisig and Mayo

During my long years working overseas grilling may not be possible due to limited resources or limited time, so we end up making sisig without the usual grilling. Never the less the dish still end up great provably because of all those extra mayonnaise. Here is the recipe of my Sisig with Mayonnaise, enjoy.


Sisig with Mayonnaise - Procedure

1/2 kilo pig ears and face
1 thumb size ginger, chopped finely
4 medium size onion, chopped finely
3-4 pcs. red/green chili sliced
1/4 cup vinegar
1 tbsp. peppercorn
3 pcs. bay leaf
1/2 -3/4 cup mayonnaise
coarsely ground pepper

Cooking procedure:

In a big deep pan boil pig ear and face, peppercorn, bay leaf and salt for 30 to 45 minutes or until tender but not soft. Remove from pan and drained in a colander until dry. Cut ear and face parts into small short strips. Put cut ears and face in a big bowl. Toss in ginger, onion, chili, ground pepper, vinegar and mayonnaise. Season with salt to taste. Serve warm or serve on a sizzling plate. 

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  1. Wow... I like It Mayonnaise...Yumi. :)

    Thanks For Share Recipes. :)

  2. Love sisig. thanks for the recipe.

  3. Super Duper like ko ang site na ito!.Hindi ako marunong magluto but dahil sa site na ito natuto ako.Bukod sa madadali lutuin ang mga recipes.4 thumbs up!(including my thumbs sa paa..hehehe)
    keep posting a more new recipes..I learned a lot from your site!now,ready na ako mag asawa!^_^super thanks!....

  4. Wow.Sarap naman nito.!! Partee,partee!! hmmpp...?

  5. Thanks to anonymous for your nice compliments.

  6. Hi this recipe is familiar to me and is similar to what my mom used to make - Kinilaw na Baboy with mayo. It was my dad's favorite pulutan. The recipe had lots of black pepper and uses less mayonnaise. I'm so glad I saw this in your website because I was not able to ask my mom how to make it before she died. Thanks a lot for sharing


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