Sisig is a popular Filipino dish made from diced pork face, cheeks, and ears that are marinated, grilled, and then sizzled with garlic, chili, onions, and other spices. The dish is typically served on a hot plate and is known for its spicy and sour flavor, crunchy texture, and the way the ingredients are combined to create a dish that is both hearty and flavorful.
Sisig can be enjoyed as a main dish, typically with rice, or as a pulutan (Filipino term for a side dish served with alcohol). It is a versatile dish that can be prepared in many different ways and is often used as a base for other dishes such as tacos, burritos, and fried rice.
The dish is believed to have originated in Pampanga, Philippines, and has since become a staple in Filipino cuisine. It has become so popular that it is now widely available in restaurants and street food stalls across the country.
In recent years, sisig has gained popularity outside of the Philippines and is now widely enjoyed by food lovers around the world. Its combination of spices, flavors, and textures makes it a unique and delicious dish that is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who tries it. To know more about Filipino dishes, just visit the page “Delicacies.”