Inihaw na Hito is one of the grilled/broiled foods from the Philippines which makes use of Catfish/Cat Fish called Hito in the country.

Inihaw na Hito is often served with a Sawsawan (dip) made from Calamansi juice (local lemon from Philippines) and Patis (fish sauce ).

Honestly, I have never tasted Hito in my entire adult life because my Mom never bough any fish caught from the rivers or lakes in the Philippines as she found it unsafe to eat due to dirty and polluted rivers and lakes of the Philippines.

Picture below is Inihaw na Hito (Grilled Catfish/Cat Fish) on display in one of the FastFood Chains serving Filipino foods in San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines

Inihaw na Hito refers to grilled Catfish called Hito in the Philippines

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