Ginisa or Guinisa refers to any vegetable, meat or fish which is "sauteed" or "stir-fried". Ginisa is the easiest way how to prepare Filipino dishes, using the basic ingredient for sauteeing : tomatoes, garlic and onions. Ginisang Munggo, Ginisang Ampalaya, Ginisang Talong, Ginisang Upo, Ginisang Kalabasa, Ginising Sitaw are some of the many Ginisa dishes from the Philippines.

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