Vegan Sinigang // Vegan Filipino Recipes with Janelle

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On today’s episode of veganizing Filipino dishes, Janelle and I tackle Sinigang! Sinigang is a tamarind based soup that has lots of savoury tangy flavour and is full of vegetables and greens. Typically served with rice and traditionally made with pork, this version is made with roasted soy bites to achieve a similar fall-apart pork-like texture in this soup!


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Reclusively Social says:

Looks so good! A little bit of spice would hit just the perfect spot!

VegaNece says:

I love this sinigang recipe.

Dalila F says:

I need to make this tonight 😍😍😍

Lorraine Javier says:

Thankful for the filipino series because I am having a hard time turning filipino dishes into healthy vegan ones

UpTheAmp says:

There is a Filipino sinigang tamarind packet you can get that is vegan friendly. I think it may be called mama Sitas (not sure) but check the ingredients

8 88 says:

"Farm Boy" 🤔🤔🤔 The one in the Valley?


That okra… is T H I C K AF.

Jamish Ms.Wanderer says:

What is the name of the pork, thingy u use? I am curious if I can find that in my town? I wanna try to cook this, looking so delicious .🤤
Thanks for sharing ur vids.

Ruth Camera says:

Where I can get the vegan meat? Thanks so much for sharing.

A M says:

Tamarind candy is so good

Joanne Lorvene Bernal says:

Great recipe! I'm definitely gonna try this soon. I guess the best way you can get the tamarind pulp is to dilute it in the water you're cooking and get it to mix till you can strain the seeds. I hope this helps!

Kristy says:

this made me really crave canh chua. i haven't had that soup in maybe 5 years now since going vegan. 🙁

jscancado says:

You didn't film the most important part which is the dish ready and how to serve it, good recipe but disapointing to watch in the end…

Andrea Lee says:

Thx so much for making vegan versions😋🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

Andrea Lee says:

I also love Pinabet!
This looks similar to it😋

aimeethehut says:

Wow this sounds incredible

Pamela G says:

I use Mama Cita's sinigang sa sampalok. It's vegan

Lunavre says:

So glad this is here!! I haven’t been able to have any sinigang ever since falling out with my mother and changing dietary habits

Live Well With †ia says:

Ah thank you for sharing, I will definitely try this out x

Michael Abenon says:

fish souce is not a vegan

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