Saturday, August 18, 2012
It is hard getting good photos of a hot, sizzling plate of sisig-most of my previous photos of this subject turned out blurry- because you can't stop yourself from mixing it up in the hot plate before it gets burned, and you just can't help but forget about taking a photo as the urge to partake of this delectable and tasty dish overcomes you. (Excuses).
Anyway, sisig is one of my favorite foods. One of the places that makes a good sisig for me is at Razon's at Jose Rosales Avenue across DBP. If you haven't tasted this dish yet I am hesitant to say what it is made of because I might put you off. Needless to say it is quite tasty. Sort of crunchy, with a hint of grilled flavor. And it is deliciously sour.
It looks like that its easy to make but apparently according to some recipe variations of this food undergoes a lot of process like boiling, broiling, grilling, and frying. The same with most of Filipino dishes sisig has a lot of styles in preparing it with different ingredient add-ons.
If you haven't had one yet I suggest you order some, taste it, and if you want to know what's it made of go and visit this wikipedia entry of sisig.