Alagaw by Ritual
Alagaw (tangle to kapampangans) is a lowland tree with leaves used to flavor freshwater fish dishes, sliced and stewed in coconut milk adobos, wrapped around fish for grilling, shredded and mixed with relleno stuffing. The odor of the fresh leaf is almost seaweed-like, and it has that distinct pungency of plants from the pepper family, without the spiciness. It tastes distinctly southeast Asian.
10 pcs per glass jar