Paksiw is a filipino term for dish cooked in vinegar and garlic.

So Paksiw is a Filipino cooking method where meat or seafood is simmered in vinegar, garlic, peppercorns, and other spices. The dish is known for its tangy, savory flavor and is often served with rice.

Here are some examples of dishes that use the paksiw cooking method:

  1. Paksiw na Bangus: A popular Filipino dish made with milkfish (bangus) simmered in vinegar, garlic, and spices.

  2. Pork Paksiw: A dish made with pork belly or pork shoulder simmered in vinegar, garlic, and spices. Some variations also include vegetables like eggplant or okra.

  3. Paksiw na Isda: Another fish dish made with a variety of freshwater or saltwater fish, cooked with vinegar, garlic, and spices.

  4. Chicken Paksiw: A chicken dish made with chicken legs or thighs simmered in vinegar, garlic, and spices. Some variations also include vegetables like banana blossoms or green papaya.

  5. Adobong Paksiw: A combination of two Filipino cooking methods, adobo and paksiw. This dish is made with pork or chicken simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and other spices.

Similar dishes to paksiw from other cuisines include:

  1. Escabeche: A Spanish dish where fish or meat is marinated in vinegar, then fried and served with a sweet and sour sauce.

  2. Ceviche: A South American dish where raw seafood is marinated in citrus juice, then served with vegetables and herbs.

  3. Sour Soup: A Southeast Asian dish where seafood, meat, or vegetables are cooked in a sour broth made with tamarind or other souring agents.

  4. Pickled Herring: A Northern European dish where herring is marinated in vinegar or a sour brine.

  5. Vinegar-braised Chicken: A Chinese dish where chicken is braised in vinegar, soy sauce, and other seasonings.

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