It’s delicious, that’s what it is!
“sisig” is a term that, loosely, translates to “snack on something sour”. Contrary to popular belief, sisig is not actually the dish, but rather, the method of cooking (a la “stir-fry”). Anything can be made into sisig, but we all know which is the best….PORK!
Here at Belly & Snout, we LOVE making pork sisig. Ours has a mix of pork belly, pork snout, and pork butt (i know what you’re thinking, and that’s not it lol. pork butt is this). It’s then braised in a pot with aromatics such as peppercorn, bayleaf, onion and garlic, until tender. We cool it off overnight, then chop the belly and shoulder into bite size pieces. Then, we grind our pork snout. Finally, we mix it all together and add some secret ingredients.
Boom! Amazing sisignesssss!
We hope you’ll enjoy our sisig, as much as we enjoy making it for you.
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