This is adobong kangkong, Bacolod style.
Adobong kangkong may be one of the most simple dishes. It's a humble marriage of adobo sauce (soy sauce, garlic, vinegar, and pepper) with kang kong or water spinach leaves. That's why it's so easy to make changes and tweaks to the recipe to make it even tastier, more appetizing!
That's exactly what the people of Bacolod did with their version of the adobong kangkong.
It uses a unique kind of bagoong from the bagoong alamang or shrimp paste that we are more familiar with. This bagoong is called ginamos and it's found in palengkes in blocks, instead of as a paste.