Sinigang na Barramundi

Sinigang na Barramundi
Sinigang na Barramundi. Barramundi is abundant in Australia, although it is not cheap it is widely available in most supermarket in Australia. Often we Pinoy are looking for a cooking method similar to our locally available fish back home. Today I would like to share one with barramundi. This is now the second time that I tried to cook barramundi to a Pinoy dish. The first time was the very delicious and one of the popular OPC fish dish Sinanglay na Barramundi. Click link to check it out.

Sinigang na Barramundi Wings

For my Sinigang na Barramundi I use the part that is called wings. Barramundi wings refers to the fleshy part of the underside of the fish just behind the head where the fins are located. Cooking is of course basically the same with any other fish sinigang recipes.

Barramundi Sinigang

Here is the recipe of my Sinigang na Barramundi.

Sinigang na Barramundi - Ingredients


4 pieces Barramundi wings kilo
2 medium size onion, peeled, quartered
2 medium size tomato, quartered
1-2 thumb size ginger, skiined, sliced thinly
1 bundle leeks or spring onion, cut into 2” length
2 tbsp. sampalok sinigang mix
4-5 pcs. long green chili

Barramundi Wings

Cooking procedure:

Wash fish thoroughly and drain, keep aside. In a sauce pan bring to a boil 6 to 8 cups of water, add in the ginger, onion and tomato simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Add the long green chili and on top the fish continue to simmer for 3 to 5 minutes. Add in the sinigang mix and season with salt to taste. Now add in the leeks and cook for another 2 to 3 minutes or until fish are just cooked. Serve hot with patis, kalamansi and sili dipping sauce.

Sinigang na Barramundi - Cooking Procedure

See other related sinigang recipe:

Sinigang na Samaral
Sinigang na Panga ng Bariles Sa Miso
Sinigang na Bangus sa Strawberry
Sinigang na Bangus at Hipon sa Sampalok
Sinigang na Sapsap sa Kamias
Tinowang Buntot ng Malasugi
Tinowang Tanguige
Tinowang Isda
Sinigang na Malasugi sa Kamatis
Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon
Sinigang na Isda sa Miso (Ulo ng Talakitok)
Sinigang na Bangus sa Santol
Sinigang na Isda (Ulo ng Lapu Lapu)
Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas


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