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Presentation | Sisig
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by Frances Melindo
Where did sisig originate from?
Sisig came from the Philippines in 1732, from a Kampampangan dictionary produced by Agustinian Fray Diego Bergaño. It was described as a " salad, including green papayas or green guavas eaten with salt, pepper, garlic and vinegar".
Has sisig changed flavors/ingredients over time?
It has changed, entirely even. The first sisig dish did NOT even have any meat on it, stated in my previous slide, rather only having vegetables of different kinds.
Is it a famous dish in my family?
I wouldn't say it's famous, but me and my family love eating this dish. Ever since I was a little girl, my family would cook this recipe, and it still tastes delicious as it has been and it will always have a special place in my heart.
This dish also originated from the Philippines though no one knows when. It got its name from, of course, lechon, since it's made from it. People usually take the leftover pieces of lechon and would often make this dish. All you gotta do is fry bits and pieces of lechon.
Garlic originates from Asia, Africa, and Europe. On the other hand, onion originates from Central Asia. It's obvious that these two are vegetables. They're both grown from the ground and are harvested.
Has the recipe changed location or moved from place to place over time?
People from around the world have tried this dish, but it has not changed location ever since.
Vinegar's origin was said to be in Egyptian urns around 3000 BC. This condiment has been used by people for thousands of years. It can be produced in slow methods or fast methods for traditional vinegar. There is also many types of vinegars, specifically 150 types.
Salt and Pepper
The pairing of these two condiments' origins is dated back at seventeenth-century in a French-cuisine. Although these two are still valuable up to this day, these were very valuable a long time ago. Salt was as valuable as gold back in the time. Pepper was the same as well.
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