The Philippines: Trying out the Food
When you are visiting other countries, you don’t just visit them for their tourist spots. You visit them for their food.
and the Philippines is no exception and has some excellent and delicious food for you to enjoy
When you are in the Philippines you must try Adobo. There is not one menu in the country that that doesn’t include this dish. This is an entree that can use either pork or chicken as the main protein. The sauce is a mix of vinegar, soy sauce, pepper, garlic, salt, and some other spices. It is
Also, there is Lechon ( roasted pig ). Lechon is actually said to be the most invited guest to parties that are held by Pinoys and Pinays. Lechon is a very popular meal and is available all around the Philippines. But the best Lechon is said to be available in the Visayas region, specifically in Cebu City.
Filipinos are known to be thrifty in so many ways and because of this thriftiness, Sisig was born.
Sisig is a dish that hails from
Although this dish originated from
soy sauce, vinegar, and chili.
Many Pinoys and Pinays love the “
Palabok is the spaghetti of the Philippines. This is made out of rice noodles that is garnished with an orange sauce that is based on shrimp broth. Palabok is served with tiny pork cubes, pork rinds, hard-boiled eggs, and even oysters and squid.
Much like everything else in this list,
Bulalo is a beef soup dish made from the beef shank marrow. Yes, you read it right – it is the marrow of the beef shank. This is mostly available in Tagaytay and Batangas, south of Manila. It is made in a
Wherever you go, be sure to explore the food that is offered. Filipino cuisine is just one reason why many people visit the country –second to their awesome tourist destinations, of course.