Sinigang na Hipon (Shrimp in Sour Soup)

Posted by JMom | Saturday, September 03, 2005 | , , | 11 comments »

Sinigang na HiponFor our Friday night fish dinner, I decided on soup for these "head-on" shrimps that are so hard to come by around here. These again are fresh Carolina shrimps I chanced upon at the grocery store. My girls and I love soupy dishes, and this was a welcome one, despite the heat. The Clone had her vegetarian meal since I still can't get her to eat any kind of seafood. I am proud to say, that all the vegetables for this dish came from our garden.

Click here for the recipe for Sinigang na Hipon.


  1. Anonymous // 9/03/2005 12:59 AM  
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  2. Santos // 9/03/2005 1:12 AM  

    hi jmom--i'm impressed by your garden bounty!

  3. Jeanny // 9/03/2005 1:57 AM  

    galing...all those veggies are from your garden :D

    Hmmm...that looks yummy :D

  4. thess // 9/03/2005 6:39 AM  

    nakaka homesick na recipe! :-)

    have a fine weekend, Jmom!

  5. dexiejane // 9/03/2005 3:41 PM  

    i could almost smell it :)

  6. obachan // 9/05/2005 2:30 AM  

    Fresh Carolina shrimps and fresh vegees from your garden! I envy you so much, JMom.

    BTW, I'm tagging you for Five Childhood Food Memories Meme, if you don't mind. Check out my site to participate (and see my childhood photos, too ;))

  7. drstel // 9/06/2005 12:24 AM  

    congrats JMom santos is right, bounty it is.
    it makes me all drooly imagining the sour kids love to have that cup of soup on the side as well.

  8. joey // 9/07/2005 6:57 AM  

    Wow! You are lucky to be able to get all that from your garden! Had sinigang today but with bangus...sadly no garden to harvest so all the veggies came from the market...

  9. JMom // 9/07/2005 10:22 AM  

    Hi everyone! Yes, the garden has been great and we've enjoyed its bounty immensely. It was really rewarding. I almost to see it end its cycle again. We'll try planting fall veggies next, so we'll see how that goes.

    Obachan, thanks for the tag :-) I'll get to it soon.

  10. stef // 9/27/2005 9:23 AM  

    oooh.... i do have some garden goodies that would make good sinigang. thanks for the reminder!

  11. toninoname // 1/26/2009 9:29 AM  

    I love the taste of sinigang na hipon. Most of people I know even foreigners love the sour taste of sinigang. I also found a recipe on on how to cook Pinakbet. It also one of Filipino's authentic dishes. Thanks for this post!