Lechon Paksiw also called Paksiw na Lechon is a dish from the Philippines usually made from lefover Lechon (roasted pig). Lechon Paksiw is a Filipino stew whose essential ingredient is Suka (Vinegar), the chopped meat from the leftover roasted pig (most often the head on the roasted pork), Lechon sauce and spices like pepper and bay leaves (called laurel in the Philippines).

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