Pinangat or Pangat is a Philippine dish of fish cooked slowly in vinegar and salt. Kamias which is also a good souring agent is also used to prepare this food. My mom, mostly used Kamias when cooking this food. It is always good to serve this dish with Patis (fish sauce ) and newly-cooked rice.

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