Monday, January 30, 2012

Sizzling Sisig, the Unexpected Delicacy

Sizzling Sisig

There are good things that happen unexpectedly when we experiment. Experimentation is a process to discover something new that could lead to create another thing. This had happened to Lucia Cunanan of Angeles City, Pampanga when she discovered sisig in 1974, one of the most favorite dishes in karinderia or even in a fine dining restaurant. This resulted to the prominent Aling Lucing's and was even crowned as the "The Original Sisig Queen".

Sisig is cook using a sizzling plate. The main ingredients of this dish is the pigs's head and liver that's boiled, chopped, to be seasoned with calamansi, onions and red chili peppers. It is also known as a "pulutan" but others make it as a viand and being paired with steam rice. The crispy and cruchy meat makes it more enticing plus the aromatic odor will definitely capture your smell.

Although there are other restaurants who tried to serve this dish, for me the best among them are from Sisig Hooray, Gerry's Grill and Giligans.

Today, there are other variants of sisig. For health conscious eaters be not worry they are now come in chicken, bangus and tuna.





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1 comments:

Sonali Pradhan said...

definitely new to me...looks delicious !

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