Foods to die for here in the Philippine! (tah-dah!)(*fireworks*)

Everybody loves food. And I love eating. So, here’s the thing. If you visit our country here in the Philippines, you must try this foods that is truly made here in the Philippines.


1.Chicken Adobo

Well it’s chicken cooked with soy sauce and some spices. It tastes really good. Pork Adobo is good too, if you like pork. Some eat it with rice poured by coffee, well it sound a little weird but if you tried it, it’s good with adobo.


2. Sinigang

It’s a soup, but we eat it with rice. It could have pork(pork sinigang), shrimp (shrimp sinigang), and Bangus or milk fish in english (Bangus sinigang). It has a distinct sour taste, but not the sour taste that comes from citrus fruits. Eat it on a rainy day you’ll sure love it.


3. Pinakbet

For vegetable lovers. It’s all vegetables, it’s your choice if you want to add meat.


4. Chopsuey

Another vegetable meal.


5. Pancit Bihon

It’s a noodle dish. Thin noodles are used in this dish. For noodle lover.


6. Kare-Kare

It has meat, vegetables and crushed peanuts for the sauce with other spices. Eat it with Bagoong.


7. Lechon

Roast Pork. When we say Lechon you’ll see the whole Pig roasted. It has a chicken version. our Lechon has a unique sauce that will truly give it’s flavor.



Ground meat with spices wrapped in Lumpia wrapper. You’ll surely love it with Pancit Bihon.


9. Champorado

For chocolate lovers, we have champorado. It’s actually a soup. Rice with Cocoa. Eat it with danggit (dried fish)


10. Dinuguan

I know it’s weird. You can call it Blood stew. Don’t lose you appetite yet, it’s a good dish. Pig’s blood with meat. It’s 100% clean and cooked well, there’s  no need to worry. Plus, we really eat it here, you won’t see any red blood there, only cooked blood. Just try it, it’s really good.


11. Kakanin

Filipinos love kakanin. Basically it’s made with malagkit na kanin or sticky rice and brown sugar. If you happen to visit the provinces there are lots of kakanins there.


There it is. All Filipino foods, try it all when you visit our country. 🙂

Maraming Salamat po! Balik po kayo! (Thank you very much! Come again! )



the reaper

Published in: on January 2, 2011 at 2:58 pm  Leave a Comment  

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