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A serving of paksiw na isda
Course Main course
Place of origin Philippines
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Vinegar, fish sauce and spiced with siling mahaba
Variations Lechon paksiw
Cookbook: Paksiw  Media: Paksiw

Paksiw is a Filipino style of cooking, whose name means "to cook and simmer in vinegar".[1] Common dishes bearing the term, however, can vary substantially depending on what is being cooked. Paksiw na isda is fish poached in a vinegar broth usually seasoned with fish sauce and spiced with siling mahaba and possibly containing vegetables. Paksiw na baboy is pork, usually hock or shank (paksiw na pata for pig's trotters), cooked in ingredients similar to those in adobo but with the addition of sugar and banana blossoms to make it sweeter and water to keep the meat moist and to yield a rich sauce. Paksiw na lechon is roasted pork lechon meat cooked in lechon sauce or its component ingredients of vinegar, garlic, onions, black pepper and ground liver or liver spread and some water. The cooking reduces the sauce so that by the end the meat is almost being fried.

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