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Regional specialties of Filipino foods

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FILIPINO CUISINE : 

FILIPINO CUISINE Regional Specialties Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

REGIONAL SPECIALTIES : 

REGIONAL SPECIALTIES Ilocos Region – land is mostly dry and arid, making the Ilocanos more thrifty and frugal. Pinakbet, empanada, bagnet, vigan longganisa. Pangasinan– Puto Calasiao / Tupig Pampanga – Culinary Capital of PI. Longganisa, tocino, kalderetang kambing, kare-kare, sisig. Laguna –famous for their sweets : buko pies, cassava pie, kesong puti, espasol, panutsa. Bulacan – popular for chicharon (pork rinds) and steamed rice and tuber cakes like puto. It is a center for panghimagas or desserts, like brown rice cake or kutsinta, sapin-sapin, suman, cassava cake, halaya ube and the king of sweets, in San Miguel, Bulacan, the famous carabao milk candy pastillas de leche, with its pabalat wrapper. Batangas –is home to Taal Lake, which is home to 75 species of freshwater fish. Among these, the maliputo and tawilis that are not commonly found elsewhere. These fish are delicious native delicacies. Batangas is also known for its special coffee, kapeng barako. Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

REGIONAL SPECIALTIES : 

REGIONAL SPECIALTIES Iloilo –In the Iloilo City, one can find delicious noodle soups like pancit molo, a type of soup surrounded with a mixture of prawn, chicken and pork dumplings. On top of that, this city is also famous for its scrumptious lumpiang ubod, heart of palm in soft crepes. Famous dishes also include Lapaz batchoy , dinuguan with puto, biscocho and piaya. Bacolod –well known as the founder of binakol, chicken soup based on sweet water of the young coconut (buko). Besides that, another cuisine known as inasal, a barbecued chicken marinated in annatto and citrus also originated from Bacolod. Cebu – known for its lechón. Lechon prepared "Cebu style“, is characterized by a crispy outer skin and a moist juicy meat with a unique taste given by a blend of spices. Cebu is also known for sweets like dried mangoes and caramel tarts. Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Popular Dishes in Luzon : 

Popular Dishes in Luzon Bicol –famous for their use of coconut cream, bagoong and gabi. Home of laing, bicol express and pinangat. Rizal – * Cainta in Rizal province east of Manila is known for its Filipino rice cakes and puddings that are usually topped with latik, a mixture of coconut milk and brown sugar, reduced to a dry crumbly texture. * Antipolo, straddled mid-level in the mountainous regions of the Philippine Sierra Madre, is a town known for its suman and cashew products. Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Popular Dishes in Visayas : 

Popular Dishes in Visayas Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Filipino Popular Dishes : 

Filipino Popular Dishes lechón (whole roasted pig) longganisa (Philippine sausage) tapa (cured beef) torta (omelette) adobo (chicken and/or pork) braised in garlic & soy sauce, and vinegar or cooked until dry) kaldereta (goat in tomato stew) mechado (beef or pork cooked in tomato sauce) pochero (beef in bananas and tomato sauce) afritada (pork or beef simmered in a tomato sauce with vegetables) kare-kare (oxtail and vegetables cooked in peanut sauce) crispy pata (deep-fried pig's leg) hamonado (pork sweetened in pineapple sauce) sinigang (pork, fish, or shrimp in tamarind stew) pancit (stir-fried noodles) Lumpia (fresh or fried spring rolls). Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Filipino Meal Patterns : 

Filipino Meal Patterns Agahan/Almusal – breakfast Tanghalian – lunch Merienda (Minandal/Minindal)- afternoon snack Hapunan - dinner Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Filipino Meal Patterns : 

Filipino Meal Patterns Breakfast A traditional Filipino breakfast might include pan de sal (bread), kesong puti (white cheese), champorado (chocolate rice porridge), sinangag (fried garlic rice), meat, such as tapa, longganisa, tocino, karne norte (Filipino-style corned beef, which is considerably moist compared with the Western variety), or fish such as daing na bangus (salted and dried milkfish); or itlog na pula (salted duck eggs). Coffee is also commonly served, particularly kapeng barako, a variety of coffee produced in the mountains of Batangas noted for having a strong flavor. Merienda Often paired with traditional kape (coffee): breads and pastries like pan de sal, ensaymada (buttery sweet rolls covered with cheese), hopia (pastries similar to mooncakes filled with sweet bean paste) and empanada (savory pastries stuffed with meat). Other option of cakes made with sticky rice (kakanin) like kutsinta, sapin-sapin, palitaw, biko, suman, bibingka, and pitsi-pitsi. Also consists of savory dishes such as pancit dishes, tokwat baboy, dinuguan. Street foods have also become very popular such as fish balls, tokneneng, and squid balls. Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Filipino Meal Patterns : 

Filipino Meal Patterns Pulutan Pulutan (from the Filipino word pulutin which literally means "something that is picked up") is a term roughly analogous to the English term "finger food". It originally was a snack accompanied with liquor or beer but has found its way into Philippine cuisine as appetizers or, in some cases, main dishes, as in the case of sisig. Deep fried variands include chicharon (also spelled tsitsaron) Grilled foods include barbecue isaw, chicken or pig intestines marinated and skewered; barbecue tenga, betamax, adidas Smaller snacks such as mani (peanuts) are often sold boiled in the shell, salted, spiced or flavored with garlic by street vendors in the Philippines. Another snack is kropeck which is fish crackers. The fried tokwa't baboy is tofu fried with boiled pork then dipped in a garlic-flavored soy sauce or vinegar dip that is also served as a side dish to pancit luglog or pancit palabok. Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

Filipino Meal Patterns : 

Filipino Meal Patterns SIDE DISHES AND COMPLIMENTS Itlog na pula Atsara FILIPINO DRINKS Tuba Lambanog Teas made from pandan leaves or lemon grass Salabat Kapeng Barako of Batangas Tsokolate from tablea (chocolate tablets) Sale, K. 2010. Asian Cuisine. Siena College Taytay. Philippines

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