English: Yusi / Deutsch: Yusi / Español: Yusi / Português: Yusi / Français: Yusi / Italiano: Yusi /

Yusi refers to an Ilokano (Ilocano) traditional stew that is made from the tender meat taken from the neck portion of the pig. To prepare Yusi, the meat is fried first to release the fat from the meat before broth is added. The liver of the pig which is cut into small slices are also added. The flavor which comes out from the liver gives Yusi its delicate and distinctive taste. It may also consists of innards, bell pepper, carrots and canned peas and fish sauce to taste

Yusi is a more soupy and more acidic version of Igado.

Ilocos Region is located in the Northern part of the Philippines.

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