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Escabeche is also known as sweet and sour fish. This Escabeche Recipe has its Spanish origin. There is another Iberian version of this escabeche recipe where the cooked fish is left to be marinated overnight in a sauce made from wine or vinegar. There is yet another version of the Chinese, wherein the fish is dipped in batter and then fried. The Filipinos have long adapted this Chinese version. This escabeche recipe has a sweet and sour sauce where the batter-dipped fish is soaking.

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Pickled Jalapenos (escabeche)

LOVE these - i always steal so many when I go to mexican resto's. Now you can make them at home. #food

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Pickled Jalapenos (escabeche)

Escabeche! Pickled jalapenos with carrots and your favs. Add to any dish you want to kick up a notch or to sandwiches like banh mi and tortas.

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Guineos en Escabeche (Puerto Rican Green Banana Salad): Great Thanksgiving Side Dish Idea! {Recipe

Learn how to make guineos en escabeche with this simple recipe! Guineos en escabeche is a green banana salad from Puerto Rico that makes a delicious side dish!

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These Spicy Pickles Make Tacos Muy Delicioso

The spicy combination of pickled jalapeños, carrots and onions known as escabeche gets a twist with cauliflower in this recipe from Tacolicious.

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Este es otro tipo de escabeche que se hace en El Salvador, es de repollo y lo utilizamos mucho para hacer sandwiches de pollo o para acompañar cualquier comida.

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Mexican Style Hot Pickled Carrots

So Cally Mexican Style Hot Carrots! Amazing going to make a batch tomorrow with the carrot harvest from the garden and work on canning them!

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lacto fermened peppers! Can't wait to try this out. i just got a ton of peppers from my farmer. Too many to eat before they go bad.

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Yucatecan Pickled Red Onions (Escabeche De Cebolla)

Red onions soak up the flavors of oregano and cumin in this classic pickle relish, served with fresh seafood in Yucatán, Mexico.

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