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This video will show you How to Cook Sinampalukang Manok. It is a type of Filipino Soup with Sour Broth similar to sinigang. This dish makes use of ginger, which makes it more distinct. Traditionally, tamarind leaves are used as the souring agent. I used tamarind flower along with Knorr Sinigang mix to make this dish sour based on my preference. Enjoy it while its hot. Visit http://panlasangpinoy.com for more recipes.
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Hi guys! try this new soup dish "Sinigang na Manok sa Kamatis" a not so popular dish but will definitely give you the best meal experience. Very easy to prepare and a healthier option for health conscious out there. Thanks for watching visiting my channel and God bless you all! Credits Audio Library – No Copyright Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA Vlog No Copyright Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEickjZj99-JJIU8_IJ7J-Q
Sharing with you my go-to recipe when I am on the go and want that alternative to the usual rice meal. :-) Enjoy! #KusiNica
Maasim, malinamnam at katakam-takam na SINAMPALUKANG MANOK! Enjoy! INGREDIENTS: 1 whole chicken, chopped 8-10 pcs tamarind tamarind leaves 3-5 pcs tomatoes 3-4 cloves garlic 1 big sized onion, chopped 4 pcs green peppers 2 tbsp cooking oil 3-4 tbsp fish sauce or patis I-share nyo lang po ang inyong version sa comment section below! Maraming salamat sa panonood! Follow me on Instagram - @kitzclutz (http://bit.ly/2vHuL10) Don't forget to LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE! OUR DAILY VLOGGING CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiM0... For business inquiries, email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick and Easy Chicken Recipe.
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1KG Boneless Chicken (Preferably Thigh Part)
Ground Black Pepper
Dahon ng Sili (Optional)
Tagalog Petchay (Can use Other Leafy Vegetable as an Alternative)