Tinumis refers to the Nueva Ecija's version of Diniguan (Blood Stew) . The only difference is that in Nueva Ecija they use tamarind young leaves as a souring agent instead of the usual vinegar (Suka) used in other places in the Philippines when cooking the Dinuguan (Blood Stew)

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