Sinangag (see-nah-ngag; see-nang-ag; with "ng" being the sound at the end of words like "song") is a simple no-recipe-needed dish.
I heated some oil in a pan, then added a whackload of garlic. The more, the merrier. I sliced mine (instead of mincing or chopping) because I was afraid I would be too slow and small pieces would burn. I seasoned this lot generously with coarse salt. I then added cooked rice and stirred like mad. I'm very paranoid about burnt garlic!
Garlic fried rice! You already know it's good.
Oh, the possibilities with sinangag. I think Filipino readers can already anticipate our next posts, knowing with what foods this is going to be eaten.
Longsilog = Longganisa + Sinangag + Itlog
Skinless Longganisa (Philippine Pork Sausage)
Sinangag (Philippine Garlic Fried Rice)
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