Kuros is a food from the Philippines, particularly from the Ilocos Region. Kuros refers to shrimp fry, baby shrimps which is used in various Ilocano dishes, especially in its dry form called Daing a Kuros (dried shrimp fry) as an ingredient for dishes like Inabraw/Inabrao and Dinengdeng, among others.

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