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Sizzling Sisig Recipe

5 February, 2009 at 1:06 pm



Sizzling Sisig is one of the most loved companion for beer. It is said to have originated from Angeles City in Pampanga. This hot and crunchy mixture of pig’s ears, snout, brain and other innards is a staple pulutan favorite. Sisig is served in an sizzling plate and topped with a raw egg. This Pinoy food can be eaten with a steaming plate of rice or by itself. There are other alternative of sisig available such as mixture of pork, tuna, chicken, bangus and tofu. Here is our tested pork sizzling sisig recipe.


½ kilo of pork cheeks

½ kilo of pork or beef tongue

½ kilo pork or beef heart

½ kilo liver (beef, pork or chicken)

2 cups of water

1 cup of pineapple juice

1 teaspoon whole black pepper

For the marinade seasoning:

1 cup of finely chopped onions

¼ cup of vinegar

¼ cup of pineapple juice

3-4 pieces of siling labuyo or chili peppers

¼ cup of calamansi or lemon juice

1 cup minced garlic

1 tablespoon of minced ginger

1 teaspoon whole black pepper, crushed

1 piece of crushed bay leaf



1. Mix the pork cheeks, tongue and heart together with salt, water, pineapple juice and crushed black pepper. Boil and let simmer for about an hour until the meat becomes tender.

2. Drain and allow it cool in room temperature.

3. Slice the pork cheeks, heart, tongue and the liver into small 2 inches by 3 inches by ¼ inch cubes..

4. Place the pieces in skewers and grill. Wait until the pork turns brown and crisp.

5. Chop the grilled pieces into cubes about ¼ inches wide.

6. Add and mix the marinade seasoning. Store the sisig in the fridge for 2-3 hours.

7. After 2-3 hours, take out of the fridge and cook in butter in sizzling plate.

8. While sizzling, you may or may not crack an egg on top. The sizzling plate with sisig will cook the egg when mixed with the food.

9. Sprinkle lemon juice and chili sauce on Sizzling Sisig. Top with chopped onion leaves.

10. Serve hot.

Click here to watch a video on how to cook Sizzling Sisig.


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The picture makes it look so good then you read what's in it, ugh, no way .

I thought the same until I tried some a few yrs ago. just want to post something that would catch the eye cool.png

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