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This mushroom sisig recipe will be a great addition to your healthy meal plan because champingon mushroom contains antioxidants and is a great source of protein, fiber, potassium and selenium. Tastes just like the meat version of sisig but healthier!

Sisig is a spicy Pinoy dish made from pork liver, belly, jowls and ears, seasoned with calamansi or vinegar then garnished with chilli peppers.

In many restaurants, sisig is served with an egg on top then drizzled with calamansi juice. A very popular pulutan, too! Unfortunately, pork sisig contains artery-clogging ingredients, so no matter how much you love it, it is not advisable that you eat it everyday. The good news is, you can still enjoy the distinct taste of sisig minus the saturated fat and cholesterol with this mushroom sisig recipe.

Mushroom Sisig Recipe - Mushroom Recipe

I'm going to be very honest over here. I am not a big fan of mushrooms. I just do not like them. But this sizzling mushroom recipe? This changed my mind! Or taste buds for that matter. I love it because the "earthiness" of the mushroom isn't overpowering anymore. 

When I first made this at home, my 12 year-old son who LOVES mushrooms ate a lot! Win! It can be hard to make this kid eat anything that looks "different" from our usual dishes at home so I was happy that he really enjoyed it. My husband, a pork sisig fan, also said it tastes a lot like the meat version. 

Mushroom Sisig Recipe - Mushroom Recipe

Other versions of mushroom sisig calls for tofu but I prefer mine without it because no one in our family eats tofu unless it's "taho". :) 

You can also add more finger chili peppers if you like it spicier or add more calamansi juice if you prefer. 
Mushroom Sisig Recipe - Mushroom Recipe

Ready to get cooking?


  • 2 cans Jolly Mushroom Whole Champingons 400g, drained and chopped 
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 2 tablespoon calamansi juice
  • 2 pcs finger chili peppers, chopped
  • 3 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 3 pcs bay leaf
  • 1 100g butter
  • 3 pcs red chili (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon Ajinomoto Pork-Savor
  • salt and pepper to taste 
  • 1 large egg (optional)


  • Mix mushrooms, onion, finger chili pepper, oyster sauce, soy sauce, bay leaf and calamansi juice in a bowl then set aside
  • Melt butter in a pan over medium heat
  • Add mushroom mixture into the pan
  • Add Ajinomoto Pork-Savor and stir-fry for 5 minutes
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste
  • Remove from heat and crack an egg on top of the platter then mix well
  • Serve with slices of calamansi and red chili

Mushroom Sisig Recipe - Mushroom Recipe

What do you think? What's your favorite mushroom recipe? Share them in the comments!

One of my favorite food while growing up is the Sautéed Shrimp (dampa style). This remains my favorite comfort food until now. My mouth waters every time I think about eating it with bare hands! Paired with warm rice and ice-cold coca-cola, this for me is the perfect lunch or dinner. Yum! Beats any gourmet food in the world!

Sautéed Shrimp (Dampa Style) is a popular dish in many food market stalls and carinderias around the country (the term "dampa" which means small hut). It's easy to prepare but tastes so delicious! 

I was chatting with one of my trainees last Sunday and she mentioned that they were having lunch at Bucket Shrimps together with some of her classmates. My mind stopped working after I heard shrimps. I had to have Sautéed Shrimp that day. 

So, I dragged my 6yo to the market near our house and bought some just for me! My husband is allergic to crustaceans which makes me sad and happy at the same time. Sad because he can't enjoy this God-given delicious bounty but happy because it means more for me! Yay! 

My kids also do not eat shrimps simply because they do not like how it looks. LOL 

Anyways, I'd give up pizza and burgers anytime for this pinoy dish. I ate about 90% of the sautéed shrimps and it took so much effort to leave a few pieces for my mom. I had no choice but to leave her some because she was the one who gave me the instructions for this recipe. Ha ha ha!

Let's get cooking!

  • 300 grams shrimp
  • 2 tbsp garlic, minced
  • 1/4 cup cooking oil
  • 1 cup 7UP
  • salt and pepper to taste

  • Wash shrimps, remove the antennas and place in a wok
  • Add 7UP and salt
  • Cook over medium heat until 7UP has evaporated
  • Add cooking oil and toss shrimp
  • Add garlic and let it cook until color turns reddish orange
  • Add pepper to taste and remove from heat

Dipped in spicy soy sauce, lemon and vinegar mixture, this dampa style sautéed shrimp is simply the best. I'm actually thinking about cooking it again this coming weekend and this time, I ain't sharing! LOL 

How about you? What's your favorite seafood? Do you cook shrimp the same way? Tell me in the comments!