Sinangag or Sinangag na Kanin pertains to garlic fried rice. It is a simple version of fried rice wherein crushed garlic is cooked with leftover rice. This is a favorite among Filipinos. Sinangag is usually consumed for breakfast using the previous night’s leftover rice. It is best eaten with fried food such as fish and meat.
sinangag na kanin
I grew-up eating sinangag for breakfast almost everyday. My grandmother likes to eat fish a lot. She always fries dried fish for breakfast. The likes of daing and tuyo can be found on our dining table on a daily basis during breakfast time. These fried salted dried fish are best paired with garlic fried rice, fried egg, and spicy vinegar as a dipping sauce.
Tapsilog (beef tapa, sinangag, at itlog), longsilog, Tocilog, bangsilog, and all of the silogs that you can name have garlic fried rice as a component of the meal.
how to cook sinangag na kanin
Making your own sinangag na kanin is quick and easy. Simply follow this recipe on the dot for you to achieve a delicious tasting garlic fried rice. Happy cooking!
Try this Sinangag na Kanin Recipe. Let me know what you think.