Filipino – Pancit Guisado

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Pancit Guisado is an Filipino noodle dish. The word Pancit means to have a good life and Guisado basically indicates the style in which this dish is cooked. The origin of this dish is in the Philippines. This is one of those dishes which came together when different cultural people came together to live in the Philippines.

Filipino – Lugaw

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Lugaw or Lugao is a glutinous rice or a porridge type of dish which only requires 5-6 ingredients to make. Lugaw is a dish which can be eaten as a dessert and a savory dish as well. The main purpose of this dish was to give the people something that was easy to eat and something that could help them nutrition wise. As I have discussed in my many articles that many of the cuisines of the Philippines have a Chinese background. This dish is also one of them.

The Philippines – Tapsilog

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Silog is the Filipino breakfast has many elements served in a plate. Silog was prepared first time by leftover food from the night before. The term Tapsilog was first time came from the Tapsi ni Vivian, the restaurant in 1980.

Filipino – Arroz Caldo

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Arroz caldo is an Filipino rice porridge style dish. It is referred to as a comfort food which can be eaten at any point of day and it is very easy to make at home. Arroz Caldo is derived from two words and these words are from the Spanish heritage. There are many variations of this dish in different regions of Philippines.

The Philippines – Pan De Sal (Filipino Bread Rolls)

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This is Filipino bread prepared by yeast-raised flour in the Philippines. It is the popular bread served with different dishes and also different fillings are made to serve it as a snack and sweet or salted bread rolls. The traditional and famous breakfast of Filipino cuisine is Pan De Sal with butter, jam, and Tea. Pan De Sal was introduced in the Philippines as the French Baguette bread version of Filipino cuisine. It is formerly called PAN DE SUEL that means Floor Bread. It was cooked by a wood-fired oven also known as PUGON.

Filipino – Bibingka

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Bibingka is a type of rice cake from Philippines. It is traditionally enjoyed after the mass on Christmas day. In the 16th century the king of the Palawan sent gifts to the Spaniards. Among these gifts were kakanins baked on banana leaves. Long after this the first known recipe came into existence of the Bibingka in the year 1904.

Filipino – Chicken Adobo

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Chicken Adobo is an classic Filipino dish which is famous throughout the country because of its elegant taste and simplicity. It is the national dish of Philippines and is one the best dishes in the whole country. It is eaten at both lunch and dinner and is enjoyed by the families altogether. This dish goes way back to early 16th and 17th century. Adobo is an Spanish word which means marination.

Philippine – Chicken Inasal

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The Philippine people celebrating Christmas in a colorful festival named The Parol Star Lantern Festival. Because of the Parol Festival, San Fernando become known as The Philippine Christmas City. Aside from their Parol Festival, the Philippines also have delicious food to be served on Christmas. One of them is Chicken Inasal.

Philippine – Arroz Caldo

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Philippine maybe the best place to shop in the world since there is the biggest mall in the world establish there. Philippine also has a delicious porridge that good to eat during a rainy season like this. Its name is Arroz Caldo. The Philippine people believe that eating Arroz Caldo will give a relaxing feeling, and they usually eat it for breakfast.

Philippine – Crispy Pata

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Philippine is one of a country that has authentic food taste that can’t be found anywhere else. In Manila, the Philippine capital city, there is a dish called Crispy Pata, a seasoned pig’s knuckle.