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    Exotic Filipino Foods

    When Your Stomach Feels Adventurous: Exotic Foods to Try

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    Your Philippine adventure would not be complete without taking a bit of risk and trying some Exotic Filipino Food. Filipinos sometimes have the weirdest food, even just on the streets. However, these exotic foods will totally shock you. If you want to try some in the Philippines, but want to know what they may contain, read on.

     

    Filipino Food: Exotic Delicacies

    Some exotic Filipino food
    Eating Balut on the street in Philippines

    Into Exotic Delicacies? Try Filipino Food

    The Philippines is a land of 7000+ islands. They are consisted of many different ethnicities and therefore their culture is quite mixed. This is why the Filipino food is indeed a variety. There are many different Filipino food recipes that many people would love to get to try. There are some, however, who consider them gross. Well, what I can say about Filipino food is that they may seem weird and gross, but they are definitely delicious and tasty. This is why I have decided to share with you the Filipino food that you should try when you get there. Read on and get to know more about these delicacies that the Filipinos love.

    Filipino Food: Canned Foods in the Philippines

    Introduction: Filipino Food: Canned Foods in the Philippines

    In the Philippines, you can find canned goods in almost every home (especially in the cities). You can be sure that every Filipino home which has canned goods in stock will not have problems with preparing delicious meals for the next few days.

    Filipino Food: Barbecue (BBQ) in the Philippines

    Street Food in Philippines

    Filipino Food: Barbecue (BBQ) in the Philippines

    Introduction: Filipino Food: Babecue (BBQ)  in the Philippines

    Eating is one of the fun things that Filipinos love to do. Filipinos would love to eat most types of food, but what more if the food has been cooked and presented more deliciously?

    You may have stayed in or have come from a country where barbecue is either uncommon or expensive. In the Philippines, you can either purchase some at a low price (while we still make good profit from it) or prepare them yourself.

    Filipino Food: Authentic Food of the Philippines

    Filipino Food: Authentic Food of the Philippines

    The Philippines is a country that has mixed heritage. They have been colonized by the Spanish, taken over by the Japanese, the Americans, and even the Chinese. They also have Malay heritage before all the others came in the picture. This being said, when it comes to food there really is quite a variety. But then again, there are of course authentic Filipino food. If you want to know more about them, read on and get to know five of the favorite authentic Filipino food.

    Filipino Food: Get Into the Streets: A Filipino Street Food Adventure

    Filipino Food: Get Into the Streets: A Filipino Street Food Adventure

    The Filipinos have a very passionate relationship with food. While the Philippines is considered a developing country, Filipinos find ways to still enjoy food without costing an arm and a leg. If you are ever visiting the country, the best way to understand the Filipino food culture is by looking to the streets.

    Filipino Food: Beating Summer Heat with Filipino Treats

    Filipino Food: Beating Summer Heat with Filipino Treats

    Summer in the Philippines is probably one of the worst in the world. We sometimes get a 39 C temperature for the months of April and May. One of the best ways to cool down without having to go to the beach is eating summer Filipino food.

    Filipino Food: Adobo-The all Around Filipino Recipe

    Filipino Food: Adobo-The all Around Filipino Recipe

    One thing I have noticed when it comes to Filipino food is that it usually isn’t dry. Filipinos love to have gravy on their rice and many of the Filipino recipes attest to this fact. Among the hundreds of Filipino dishes (ok maybe not hundreds) that I have come across, one of the easiest and probably one of the most loved among the Filipino foods is Adobo.

    Filipino Food: Methods of Cooking

    Filipino Food: Methods of Cooking

    Filipino food is basically a potluck of a variety of styles. Our food traditions originally came from the Malay, Chinese and Spanish cooking styles. There might also be a hint of Indian and American influences.

    Filipino Food: 8 Common Ingredients in Filipino Cooking

    Filipino Food: 8 Common Ingredients in Filipino Cooking

    The Filipino cuisine is rich and flavorful. If you want to try out a few Filipino food recipes, it is first important to know what ingredients are usually used in creating them. This should give you an idea of what to look for when you move back to your own country.

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