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how to make gravy for sisig

how to make gravy for sisig
asked Sep 26, 2013 by bordz

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Sisig means spicy & fatty..............so take the drippings and the crispy stuff that sticks to the pan and add about 1 cup or more of water carefully as the pan may be hot. turn the stove back on low....get all the juices stirred well and make up cornstarch & cold water and then when the mix is well stirred and disolved.if you don't want all the fat now is the time to skim it off......add the cornstarch to thicken it....keep stirring so that it does not burn......keep the fire low add more water if it is too thick.
answered Sep 26, 2013 by josie (51,120 points)

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