Ginisa is a Filipino term which means to saute with garlic and onions and sometimes tomatoes
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Ginisa is the Filipino term which means "to saute" or refers to dishes which are sauteed, as in Ginisang Kalabasa (Sauteed Squash), Ginisang Repolyo (Sauteed Cabbage). Every vegetables that is sauteed is called "Ginisa".

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