|Alternative names||Hiligaynon: Inasal nga manok|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Bacolod City, Western Visayas|
|Main ingredients||chicken, lime, pepper, vinegar and annatto|
Chicken inasal, commonly known simply as inasal, is a Filipino variant of lechon manok, marinated in a mixture of calamansi, pepper, coconut vinegar and annatto, then grilled over hot coals while basted with the marinade. It is served with rice, calamansi, soy sauce, chicken oil and vinegar (often sinamak vinegar, a palm vinegar infused with garlic, chili peppers and langkawas). 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" (literally "Chicken Country" in Hiligaynon). Many restaurant chains are famous for serving inasal, like Bacolod Chicken Inasal and Mang Inasal, which originated in Iloilo City.
- "Manokan Country". Unofficial Guide, Philippines. Retrieved March 22, 2018.
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