All delicious and nutritious “Almon Bigas” is an old Tagalog dish that combines the secret food preparations of the Chinese, Spaniards, and Tagalogs. This Tagalog cuisine is a complete dinner, with meat, soup, eggs, and rice noodles in a gourmet concoction.
Adobo is a part of Philippine cuisine that has a Spanish influence. Don’t be surprised if this’ll be the first dish you’ll sample. It is a mouth watering welcome to Filipino hospitality.
Pinangat is a spicy vegetable wrap that is a delicacy in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. The wonderful taste of seafood, vegetables, and chili peppers would send you asking for more Pinangat and eventually more water.
Choice pork and fresh, crunchy, and super healthy vegetables in a steaming hot stew of lycopene-rich native tomatoes and onions. That’s the luscious native cuisine, Pinakbet. It’s been a popular dish since man began to savor good cooking.
Vegetable cutting styles are important in cooking native recipes. The different cutting methods enhance the right cooking of vegetables in native dishes. Wrong cutting of vegetables may result in either overcooking them or having them too raw.
The native cuisine, sweet and sour pork and chicken adobo, is a delicious native recipe that has been around for centuries. It is a favorite take-out or dine-in meal, and it lasts longer than any other native cuisine. Thus, this native recipe is a favorite picnic food option.
The Lechon is the star of the festivities in the Philippines. One of the renowned restaurants in the Philippines is Lydia’s Lechon. Here is a look at its beginnings and its eventual success.
Puto Bumbong and Bibingka are a perfect combination for the Christmas season in the Philippines. Savor the sweet smell and unique taste of these two rice specialties. A unique delicacy to indulge in.
Another “paksiw” variation is trout paksiw which has been a favorite Philippine cuisine in the country. It has several varieties that exploit the subtle qualities of the native fresh water fish mixed in a sweet-sour stew of mixed vegetables.
One of the Philippines’ favorite foods is the lechon. The lechon is a roasted pig with crispy skin and juicy meat. The festivities in the Philippines are not complete without the lechon as the table’s centerpiece.