So Vegetarian is almost an unheard of word in the Philippines, but while in college I still wanted the Filipino tastes while trying to be vegetarian. Since all of the recipes I know had meat (even the veggies are cooked in pork) I had to come up with some of my own. This is one of those. Tofu sinigang apparently isn't unheard of in the Philippines but this recipe came out of trial and error. The soup is pretty sour cooked to quot;full strengthquot; but can make a pretty nice fast meal with rice.
Servings:4 | Calories:207 | Total Fat:6g | Chol:0mg | More
Nutritional facts are per serving and accuracy is not certain.
Total Fat 6g
Sat Fat 1g
Total Carb 29g
15% Others combined
8% Can diced tomatoes
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1 (14 ounce) can diced tomatoes or 3 peeled chopped tomatoes , with their juice 1 large potatoes or 3 small potatoes , diced to 1 inch cubes 1 large bok choy or 1 large other greens 1 cup fresh green beans , cut into 1 inch pieces 1 lb tofu , diced to 1 inch cubes 1 chayotes or 1 zucchini , diced to 1 inch cubes 1 medium onion , diced small 4 garlic cloves 1/2 package sinigang tamarind soup mix (If tamarind is sweet you'll want to add kalamansi or lemon juice) or 5 g tamarind powder (If tamarind is sweet you'll want to add kalamansi or lemon juice) or 2 tamarind pods (If tamarind is sweet you'll want to add kalamansi or lemon juice) salt and pepper 6 cups water (approximate, you may want to adjust this to your liking)