Chicken inasal

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Chicken inasal
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Chicken inasal served with rice
Alternative names Hiligaynon: Inasal nga manok
Course main course
Place of origin Philippines
Region or state Bacolod City, Western Visayas
Serving temperature hot
Main ingredients chicken, lime, pepper, vinegar and annato
Cookbook: Chicken inasal  Media: Chicken inasal

Chicken inasal, commonly known as inasal, is a Filipino variant of roast chicken, marinated in a mixture of lime, pepper, vinegar and annato, then grilled over hot coals while basted with the marinade. It is served with rice, calamansi, soy sauce, and vinegar (often sinamak vinegar, a palm vinegar infused with garlic, chili peppers and langkawas, or greater galangal, a kind of ginger). A common dish in the Visayas, especially the Negros, it is a popular specialty in the city of Bacolod, where an entire street market is dedicated to local dishes, particularly inasal. A sign in the heart of the market reads "Manokan Country" [1] which is the Ilonggo word for chicken. Many restaurant chains are famous for serving inasal, like Bacolod Chicken Inasal and Mang Inasal, which originated in Iloilo City.

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  1. ^ "Manokan Country". Unofficial Guide, Philippines. Retrieved March 22, 2018.