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.
These Crispy Mexican Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas are the best, easiest carnitas you will ever make! Tender, juicy shredded pork, filled with flavor and delicious crispy, caramelized "burnt ends" achieved by popping the shredded pork under the broiler, this is the perfect recipe for parties and large groups, and amazing in tacos, nachos, salads and burritos!: http://houseofnasheats.com/crispy-mexican-slow-cooker-pork-carnitas-escabeche-recipe/?utm_content=buffer19752&utm_medium=socia
Spicy pickled carrots (Mexican). Not the recipe I am used to making (mine calls for oregano instead of bay leaves), but will definitely give it a try. These carrots make an awesome snack! Just the right amount of spice and crunch to satisfy any snack-attack.
Mexican Pickled Red Onions (Cebolla Morada en Escabeche) is a yummy topping that is incredibly easy-to-make. A favorite topping in Mexico that adds a lot of flavor to your food. By Mama Maggie’s Kitchen
Pickled Jalapenos (Escabeche) ~ Classic jalapeno pickles or jalapenos escabeche, made with fresh jalapeno chili peppers, white onions, garlic, carrots, cider vinegar and herbs. ~ SimplyRecipes.com