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Re: FILIPINO STREET FOODS
« Reply #20 on: February 28, 2008, 12:39:58 PM »
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« Reply #21 on: February 28, 2008, 12:44:14 PM »
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« Reply #22 on: February 28, 2008, 12:46:15 PM »
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« Reply #23 on: February 28, 2008, 12:48:03 PM »
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« Reply #24 on: March 01, 2008, 03:48:21 PM »
Here are some favorite Filipino street foods, most of which is found almost everywhere including every street corner, in the supermarket and even in huge malls.. ^^ So if you're a foreigner hitting the Philippine shores for the first time, this thread is one good way to get acquainted with Philippine's street food.


BETAMAX - This is the cubed, curdled chicken Dugo (Blood) of a chicken. It's grilled and usually dipped with suka (vinegar) and onions. The street food got it's name because of its resemblance to the betamax tape

HELMET or HEAD - This is the grilled Ulo (Head) of a chicken. Yep, no parts of a chicken is wasted when it comes to filipino food! This is also grilled.

ADIDAS - This is the term for the marinated grilled chicken's Paa (Feet)

PROVEN - This is a grilled chicken part which comes from a portion of the chicken's entrails that is harder than most.

IUD or ISAW - This is grilled Bituka (intestines or entrails) of either a manok (chicken) or a baboy (pig) ... erm yum.. ^^ The term is given because it somewhat resembles an intra-uterine device or IUD

ATAY (liver) - same preparation

WALKMAN or BALINGIT - This is grilled pig's ears which is again barbecued.

DAY-OLD - This refers to a day-old chick that is deep-fried to a crisp and eaten with a dip of sauce or vinegar.

KWEK KWEK - It's balut (chicken egg) dipped in an orangey batter which are deep fried. A dip made of vinegar, onions and birds-eye chili is recommended when eating it.

TOKNENENG - It is a smaller version of kwek kwek since it uses itlog ng pugo (quail eggs).

BALUT - It is a duck's embryo still in shell. It can be paired with vinegar or with plain salt.. It's an egg with a chick inside, a partially formed egg yolk and a hard piece of egg white. The unhatched could either be 16 days or 18 days... ^^ the best way to introduce foreigners in the philippines.. haha,it doesnt look so good but its definitely delicious..

PENOY - It's a few days old fertilized egg wherein the chick is not yet formed.

BINATOG - This is boiled corn kernels.

ISKRAMBOL (Scramble) - This is s simple shake with artificial flavors.

KALIGAY - This is a specie of shellfish that is boiled and sold by the cupful

CARIOCA - This is a bread-like confection dipped in syrup.

TAHO - This is made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (brown sugar syrup), and sago pearls (similar to tapioca pearls)

Other street foods will be hotcakes, and deepfried seafoods like fish balls, squid balls, tempura, kikiam.


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« Reply #25 on: March 02, 2008, 03:29:49 AM »
gusto ko tempura!
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« Reply #26 on: March 02, 2008, 08:32:43 PM »
many to mention... mostly mga barbecue..
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« Reply #27 on: March 07, 2008, 05:47:02 AM »
bola bola gusto ko tsaka tempura di.. with hot sauce..

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« Reply #28 on: March 07, 2008, 08:52:33 PM »
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Re: FILIPINO STREET FOODS
« Reply #29 on: March 07, 2008, 11:57:29 PM »
Here are some favorite Filipino street foods, most of which is found almost everywhere including every street corner, in the supermarket and even in huge malls.. ^^ So if you're a foreigner hitting the Philippine shores for the first time, this thread is one good way to get acquainted with Philippine's street food.


BETAMAX - This is the cubed, curdled chicken Dugo (Blood) of a chicken. It's grilled and usually dipped with suka (vinegar) and onions. The street food got it's name because of its resemblance to the betamax tape

HELMET or HEAD - This is the grilled Ulo (Head) of a chicken. Yep, no parts of a chicken is wasted when it comes to filipino food! This is also grilled.

ADIDAS - This is the term for the marinated grilled chicken's Paa (Feet)

PROVEN - This is a grilled chicken part which comes from a portion of the chicken's entrails that is harder than most.

IUD or ISAW - This is grilled Bituka (intestines or entrails) of either a manok (chicken) or a baboy (pig) ... erm yum.. ^^ The term is given because it somewhat resembles an intra-uterine device or IUD

ATAY (liver) - same preparation

WALKMAN or BALINGIT - This is grilled pig's ears which is again barbecued.

DAY-OLD - This refers to a day-old chick that is deep-fried to a crisp and eaten with a dip of sauce or vinegar.

KWEK KWEK - It's balut (chicken egg) dipped in an orangey batter which are deep fried. A dip made of vinegar, onions and birds-eye chili is recommended when eating it.

TOKNENENG - It is a smaller version of kwek kwek since it uses itlog ng pugo (quail eggs).

BALUT - It is a duck's embryo still in shell. It can be paired with vinegar or with plain salt.. It's an egg with a chick inside, a partially formed egg yolk and a hard piece of egg white. The unhatched could either be 16 days or 18 days... ^^ the best way to introduce foreigners in the philippines.. haha,it doesnt look so good but its definitely delicious..

PENOY - It's a few days old fertilized egg wherein the chick is not yet formed.

BINATOG - This is boiled corn kernels.

ISKRAMBOL (Scramble) - This is s simple shake with artificial flavors.

KALIGAY - This is a specie of shellfish that is boiled and sold by the cupful

CARIOCA - This is a bread-like confection dipped in syrup.

TAHO - This is made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (brown sugar syrup), and sago pearls (similar to tapioca pearls)

Other street foods will be hotcakes, and deepfried seafoods like fish balls, squid balls, tempura, kikiam.


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Re: FILIPINO STREET FOODS
« Reply #29 on: March 07, 2008, 11:57:29 PM »