Hai Hai Hai 😉 😉
I’m coming now…… 😀 :p
Yeap! Almost one year i was stay in Manila. you guys for sure wanna know How does it’s feel righ?hehehe :p Lotus so complicated to answer it. hahahha 😉 😀 😀
but Lotus can tell you something that could make your Tummy screaming “WoW ” :p :p :p
Before you read make sure your Belly is fulled already. hahahaha 😀 😀
Lotus wanted to share about Food tastes you need to try in Philippines 😀
Ready Right??!! 😉 😉
The lechon is the most Favorite Meals for Philipino, Lechon is The entire pig is spit-roasted over coals, with the crisp, golden-brown skin served with liver sauce. yum yum yum hngry right? 😀
the first time try lechon i thought that must be the same taste as the pork in my country, but once you try lechon, it’s taste different! specially for the skin part- taste so crunchy and tasty…. yum yum yum hungry me 😀 😀 😀
Sinigang or Sour Soup. Sinigang often mixed by vegetables like kangkong, beans, totamoes, tamarind and also can added with fish, beef, pork, prawn.
The taste is sour because they put tamarind inside the soup, maybe we could said it “Sayur Asem” for Indonesian people.
Adobo is cooking meat (often chicken and pork) in vinegar, salt, garlic, pepper, soy sauce and other spices was a practical way to preserve it without refrigeration.
It’s best simple home made food here, we can call it “Ayam Kecap” hehehe Adobo make me miss my mom home made food, my mom is a good cooking for “Ayam or Pork Kecap” hehehe Mom I miss you 😉
4. Pinoy Noodles/ Pancit habhab
Yehaaaaaa Back to Mie Goreng,hehehe 😀 😀
Pinoy Noodles is Fried Noodles with carrots, chayote, and a few pieces of meat.
Pinoy Noodles is most eaten dish here and the price also cheap, we can find pancit everywhere… only in Philippines
Talk about this dishes I dont know how to explain it , i think we could named this dishes “Nothing goes to waste food.” hahahahaha 😀 😀 😀
According In the culinary capital of Pampanga, they turn the pork’s cheeks, head and liver into a sizzling dish called “Sisig”.
How to cook sisig??
i know it’s the question come out from your mind when we called it “Nothing goes to waste food.” hahaha
I have no idea how to make it, may be we could try to cook using knorr seasoning (bumbu penyedap rasa) hahahha i have to named sisig to “daging cincang” for Indonesian. hahaha 😛 “Daging cincang” is most easier for me to remember how the way they cooked Sisig
6. Crispy Pata
Yessss finally i found “Kerupuk/ Keripik”. hahaha 😀 😀 😀
but the sad story is Crispy Pata isn’t “Kerupuk/ Keripik” hahahahhaa poor me 😦 😦
“Kerupuk/ Keripik” is the first things come to my mind once i heared Crispy Pata. hahaha
Smart Girl :p :p :p
Okay back to the Crispy Pata 😉 😉 😉
Crispy Pata is drained and deep fried pork until crisp, The meat is tender and juicy inside, with a crisp pork skin.
Eehmm is crispy pork skin tasted same as lechon pork skin?? of course both of them have different taste baby. hehehe
Here the part of crispy pork skin is drained and deep fried with high level oil, yum yum yum
Crispy Crispy Pata often Served with vinegar, soy sauce and chili.
Bulalo soup made with freshly slaughtered Batangas beef, The bones are big.
The broth is rich with flavors seeped from the beef after boiling for hours.
OMG! I have no idea when one of my friend saw me Balut. hahaha
As you ever heard duck embryo guys?? 😀 😀 😀
I thought you never imagine how this thing comes, but i need to admit that Peoples eat duck embryo called Balut in the Philippines and it might be the only food I refused in my entire life here. hehehehe :p :p
What is Balut?
Balut is duck embryo—- the embryo is allowed to grow and mature for about 17 days until it is quite clearly a baby duck. After 17 days (in philippines) they boiled the egg.
When I got to the Philippines, peoples were eating Balut as a snack on the streets, in the same way you can pick up Gorengan on the streets of Jakarta city. hahahaha
Kare Kare is similar as Curry. but Kare-Kare add more interesting textures such as Banana blossom, eggplants, string beans and sauce made from ground toasted rice and crushed peanuts.
10. illocos Empana
illocos Empana it’s Spanish name, but the ingredients are all from Philippines.
“illocos Empana” is Snack are stuffed in fried beef, egg cabbages mixed with spicy vinegar sauce
Wowwwww Come back To Pork Satay,hehehehe
Satay is very common meals in every country where almost everything is marinated, grilled in the street corners, ofcourse everyone has their favorite barbecue meat, Ex: Chiken Satay for indonesia, Malaysia, India. but Pork is the most popular here 😉 😉
Many outlets in Metro Manila has Pork barbecue, We can get super big yummy Pork barbecue in Price 20-40 peso/each (0.5 to 1 USD)
The size it’s big, every pieces of pork marinade with a perfect and salty-sweet sauce. tasty and juicy. 😀 😀
Yes It’s grilled chicken! “Ayam bakar” in indonesia languages. hahahaha :p
For Pinoy Chicken inasal isn’t ordinary grilled chicken, but once i ate chiken inasal taste like “Ayam bakar” near my house.hahahha 😀 😀 😀 but why why why why people here called Chicken inasal is not ordinary grilled chicken???
Yes for sure! hahaha :p
Here! Every part of the chicken is grille from the drumstick, breast, gizzard, liver, wingsand also heart part.
The meat is also marinated in lemongrass, calamansi, salt, pepper and garlic and brushed with oil. people here must be eaten chiken inasal with garlic rice, with some of the orange oil used to marinade the chicken poured over the rice.
You can find Chiken inasal in every restaurant, but they have common place called “Mang Inasal” You can get chicken grilled here with unlimited rice and water only paid 100-150peso (4-5USD)
13. Pancit Palabok
Pancit habhab or bihun siram in indonesia languages is served on a banana leaf and slurped.
cooked with carrots, chayote, and a few pieces of meat, this cheap noodle dish is most often eaten by peoples here
but sometimes they add add lechon or serving of vegetables.
Halo-Halo is is a popular Filipino dessert. feel hungry now.hehehehe
at this summer time it’s great having a tall glass of Halo-Halo—Creamy ice cream with mix of fruits, red beans, coconut, sago, jelly . i will eat halo-halo once my period times end. Oopppsss hahaha 😀 😀 😀
15. Leche flan
Do you guys would like eat sweet dessert? Here Leche flan is great choosen for you! 😉 😉
This is a popular dessert here! an egg and milk-based custard capped off with carameli sugar.
16. All in ube
Ube is common meals here, Various home made are based in Ube
b. Ube Cake
c. Taro Milk Tea