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Lee Kum Kee Minced Garlic 11.5oz

Lee Kum Kee Minced Garlic 11.5oz

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SKU: 0078895405576

LEE KUM KEE MINCED GARLIC 11.5OZ
Lee Kum Kee Minced Garlic is a basic cooking ingredient that is a convenient time-saver in the kitchen. Minced Garlic is perfect for stir-frying, marinating, and steaming all kinds of foods.

Weight 1.70 lbs
Pancit Bihon
Pancit Bihon
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Bicol Express
Bicol Express
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Dinuguan
Dinuguan
Dinuguan, also known as blood pudding stew, chocolate meat or pork blood stew, is a savory dish of blood and meat simmered in a rich, spicy dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili and vinegar. Here, we’ll use hot banana peppers. Dinuguan is derived from the word dugo (meaning “blood”) and is often served with rice or puto.

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Escabeche
Escabeche
Escabeche is a popular Spanish dish introduced into the Philippines, as well as Puerto Rico, Mexico and Guatemala. It refers to a dish of poached or fried fish marinated in an acidic mixture before serving. Here we’ll marinade red snapper in apple cider vinegar. Serves 4 to 6

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Fish Tausi
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Tausi is Chinese for fermented black beans. This dish is fried fish with salted black beans, ginger, sliced onions and minced garlic. It is a beautiful dish with a unique aroma. Serves 4 to 6

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Guisadong Ampalaya
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Ampalaya just got healthier. For this recipe, you’ll combine this nutritious melon with egg in a stir fry making it one of the healthiest recipes listed. Serves 4 to 6.

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Igado
Igado
Igado is the Ilocano style menudo. While the exact recipe varies from to place, igado is a pork based stew with vegetables. Serves 4 to 6.

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Labong
Labong
Labong is Tagalog for bamboo shoots. Here we’ll cook labong with pork, shrimp and coconut extract. Serves 4 to 6.

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Laing
Laing
Laing is one of the primary uses for taro leaves. Taro leaves are a root vegetable widely grown throughout the Philippines and may be one of the earliest cultivated plants. In the Philippines street vendors sell taro hanging in strips, dried in the open air. In some markets you can buy them fresh. For laing, it is best to buy them dry. Serves 4 to 6.

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Lengua-estofado
Lengua-estofado
Lengua-Estofado is braised beef tongue or stewed ox tongue. Here we’ll use Ox tongue to make this hearty dish. Serves 4 to 6.

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Nilangang-baka
Nilangang-baka
Niagang literally means boiled and can be either beef or pork. Just make sure to use some of the boney parts. This is also a great meal for family gatherings, parties or a winter’s day. Super simple too, just throw everything in the pot and cook. You’ll see… Serves 4 to 6.

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Pancit Mix Canton Sotanghon
Pancit Mix Canton Sotanghon
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Pancit Malabon
Pancit Malabon
Pancit Malabon originated in Malabon City. Its yellow-orange color is because it’s mixed with patis and bagoong. The local seafood of Malabon City influenced the ingredients on this recipe. Serves 4 to 6.

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Pork Menudo
Pork Menudo
This is a great dish to serve at family gatherings or at the start of a week. That’s because it’s a big dish that’s very filing. Great for the winter. Serves 4 to 6.

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Rellenong Bangus
Rellenong Bangus
Rellenong Bangus is another opportunity to eat bangus. Rellenong means a stuffed dish. This makes a great meal for lent. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
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It tastes like fresh garlic
It tastes like fresh garlic. i like to use this when i don't feel like mincing garlic or when im in a hurry. Great buy!
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