Inihaw is a Filipino word for broil, roasted, charcoal-broiled or grilled.

Inihaw is a term used in Filipino cuisine to describe a cooking method where food is grilled or barbecued over an open flame. Here are some examples of inihaw dishes:

  1. Inihaw na baboy: Grilled pork skewers, marinated in a combination of soy sauce, calamansi juice, garlic, and sugar.

  2. Inihaw na bangus: Grilled milkfish, marinated in vinegar, garlic, salt, and pepper.

  3. Inihaw na manok: Grilled chicken, marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, calamansi juice, garlic, and sugar.

  4. Inihaw na isda: Grilled fish, marinated in a mixture of vinegar, garlic, salt, and pepper.

  5. Inihaw na liempo: Grilled pork belly, marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, sugar, and black pepper.

Other similar dishes to inihaw from different cuisines include:

  1. Satay: A dish from Southeast Asian cuisine, where meat or vegetables are skewered and grilled over an open flame, often served with a peanut sauce.

  2. Yakitori: A Japanese dish made with skewered and grilled chicken, often seasoned with salt or a sweet soy sauce.

  3. Shish kebab: A Middle Eastern dish made with skewered and grilled meat and vegetables, often marinated in a mixture of spices, lemon juice, and olive oil.

  4. Churrasco: A Brazilian dish made with skewered and grilled meat, often served with chimichurri sauce.

  5. Barbecue: A cooking method where meat is slow-cooked over low heat, often with a sweet or spicy sauce, which is popular in many cuisines, including American, Korean, and Australian.

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