Sinamak is a spicy vinegar dip commonly used in Filipino cuisine. It is made by combining vinegar with various spices and aromatics such as garlic, onion, ginger, chili peppers, and peppercorns.
The mixture is left to steep for several days or weeks to allow the flavors to blend and develop. Sinamak is often served as a dipping sauce for grilled or fried meats, fish, and vegetables, and can also be used as a marinade or seasoning for dishes.
It is known for its pungent and tangy taste, which adds a burst of flavor to any dish.
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