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 – Sans Rival (Dessert Cake)

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Sans Rival is an cake type dessert. It is not a normal cake as normally cakes are soft but due to meringues this cake gets a crunchy texture which adds another dimension of flavor and complexion to the dish. Sans Rival is an French word which means "without rival". The first Sans Rival was made in the years between 1920 and 1930. Its background may be French but it was first made in the Philippines.

The Philippines – Beef Sinigang

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Sinigang is the stew or soup dish in which different pieces of meat with vegetables and seasonings are added.This meal is served at different times of the day like breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even as the starter or appetizer.Sinigang is originated from the TAGALOG. They were the second-largest Ethnolinguistic group of people in the Philippines. There are several varieties of this dish.

Filipino – Lumpiang Ubod (Filipino Spring Roll)

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There are many starter dishes which are a part of the Filipino cuisine. Lumpiang Ubod is one of the best to be ever served in the Philippines. It is like a spring roll which is famous all around the world but here in the Philippines it is made differently. It has the natural Philippines taste in it and all its culture as well. Lumpiang Ubod gets its name from Ubod (heart of the palm) which is edible pith extracted from the coconuts. The origin of this dish is in the city of Silay on the Negros island in Visayas. There is a dish which is quite similar to the Lumpiang Ubod and sometimes it gets mixed up with it. This dish is called Lumpiang Silay. The major difference which we can easily pick is that in Lumpiang Silay there is no side sauce. Lumpia is considered to be inherited from the Chinese spring roll. They both are similar in size and shape.

Filipino, Mexica – Champorado

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Champorada is an chocolate rice pudding which is very popular in the Philippines. It is basically rice which is mixed with a special local chocolate called Tablea ( Tablet shaped chocolate) and sugar. This pudding dates back to the 17th century when the Spanish was occupying the Philippines. At that time there was this trade called galleon trade which linked Mexico with the Philippines.

Filipino – Beef Kaldereta

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Kaldereta is a special Philippines beef stew made with tomato sauce and liver paste. In Philippines it is like an everyday dish. When Spain took over the Philippines in the 1500s most of its people settled with the Filipinos, thereafter the people of Philippines learned this dish from the Spaniards and added their own twist in it. Kaldereta is an Spanish word which means cauldron. My recommendation is that, it is an incredible dish to eat and make I am telling the truth.

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 – Kinamatisang Baka

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Black Nazarene become the biggest celebration in the Philippines held every 9 January. During the festival, many different kinds of the traditional dish served for the visitor. Kinamatisang Baka is one of the culinary that become the center of attention.

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.

Philippine – Caldereta

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From history, we know that the Philippine has a strong cultural bonding with Spain. When we taste Philippine food, they often using the same ingredient as Spain culinary. Caldereta, for example, a curry dish that uses the Spain word caldera that has means cauldron.