Ginarep refers to a Filipino food, particularly of the Bicol Region made of sauteed shrimp and grated fresh corn with garlic, tomatoes and onions with either vegetable or chicken broth. Malunggay leaves are added towards the end of cooking.

Ginarep is called in another Philippines province, Pampanga "Suam na Mais", but instead of Malunngay leaves, they add pepper leaves or Dahon ng sili.


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