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Sinampalukang Manok

By: Bebs Lott from foxyfolksy.com
Sinampalukang Manok
Sinampalukang Manok

"Try this really simple Sinampalukang Manok recipe. A Filipino hearty, sour chicken soup made with bone-in pieces of chicken and unripe pods and young leaves of tamarind. I have Sinampalukang Manok in my recipes-to-do list for the longest time. But somehow I keep on procrastinating. I can count in one hand the times I’ve sampled this soup and the last time was more than a decade ago. I don’t even remember my Mama cooking it for us. But seeing the tamarind trees growing around our place having bright green young leaves the last days, I just knew that it was time to get reacquainted with this Filipino dish. So I made my first ever Sinampalukang Manok yesterday and I still get all dreamy thinking about the thick savory sour soup. I just cannot get over this simple yet very tasty dish. To think that I have left it so long before trying to make it on my own. Now, I believe that dish simply lacks the fame and recognition that it truly deserves. I actually find it a bit sad that it is one of the most under-rated Filipino dishes"

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