Sisig: Filipino Favorite is S.F.'s Newest Breakout Dish

In the city's Summer of the Food Truck, there is one dish emerging as a foodie favorite: Filipino sisig.

Traditional sisig is pig ears, snouts, cheeks and jowls finely chopped, boiled, seasoned with kalamansi, onions, vinegar, chiles, salt and pepper, then grilled, and served sizzling on a hot skillet, sometimes topped with an egg. It is the ultimate pulutan, Filipino small plate enjoyed with friends over ice-cold beer.

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