Ginisang Bagoong (Buenas Brand)


“Sautéed Shrimp Paste” in English

Usually available in a pack of 6.

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Ginisa means sautéed.

Bagoong is the quintessential Philippine condiment made from fermented seafood like fish. In the case of bagoong alamang, it’s small shrimps that are fermented to produce a paste-like condiment.

You can dip green mangoes and jicama in bagoong. It’s also an essential flavor ingredient in certain Filipino dishes, including pinakbet and kare-kare.

Warning: Bagoong can smell offensively bad to those who did not grow up savoring its flavor.

Among the ingredients in this bottle / jar: corn oil, iodized salt, sugar, vinegar

The Constitution of the Philippines states that the nation has two official languages -- these are called English and Filipino. Tagalog is the basis of the Filipino language.


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