Recipe: Yummy Mom’s Fish Sisig

Mom’s Fish Sisig. Great recipe for Mom's Fish Sisig. This is actually a modified version of my Mom's recipe. She would utilize leftover fried fish and that last piece of onion in the fridge.

Mom’s Fish Sisig Typically served with rice and a fried egg on top 🙂 So I figured I can make Tinapa Spaghetti, maybe lumpiang bangus, and in a moment of inspiration, this Tinapang Bangus Sisig Reecipe. It's extra special because of the tinapang bangus smoky flavor. This fish sisig recipe is also a healthier alternative to pork sisig! You can cook Mom’s Fish Sisig using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Mom’s Fish Sisig

  1. Prepare of Leftover fried fish.
  2. It’s of Ginger; minced.
  3. Prepare of Bell pepper; minced.
  4. Prepare of Garlic; minced.
  5. Prepare of Onion; minced.
  6. It’s of Soy sauce.
  7. It’s of Vinegar.
  8. It’s of Sugar.
  9. Prepare of Lemon.

This is actually a modified version of my Mom's recipe. She would utilize leftover fried fish and that last piece of onion in the fridge. Typically served with rice and a fried egg on top 🙂 doug.chunyo. I hope you enjoy the video, give us a THUMBS UP if you like our video, please don't forget to click SUBSCRIBE button and tap the bell icon to get notified!

Mom’s Fish Sisig step by step

  1. Prep your ingredients. I hope this picture can show you the portions I used…
  2. Sauté the garlic and ginger for 3 mins..
  3. Add in the bell pepper and onion; sauté for 1 minute. A pinch of salt helps the process. You can also substitute jalapeño for bell pepper if you like it spicy!.
  4. Add your fish. While sautéing, add 2 tbsp soy sauce, 2 tbsp vinegar, and a pinch of sugar. (My mom’s recipe uses Maggi Seasoning sauce and vinegar; it’s more tasty!) I also added a bunch of freshly cracked pepper..
  5. Squeeze some lemon over the top, and if you have cilantro that’s even better! Serve with steamed jasmine rice and a fried egg. Enjoy!.

This is actually a modified version of my Mom's recipe. She would utilize leftover fried fish and that last piece of onion in the fridge. Typically served with rice and a fried egg on top 🙂 N. Gawin Ito sa Sardinas Sigurado Mapapa WOW kayo sa Sarap It is though that the original sisig was prepared by just boiling pig's ears, jowls and often times with liver.