Spanish Influence on Filipino Food

Thanks to http://filipinokastila.tripod.com/Food.html Spanish Influence on Filipino Food Filipino Food Philippine cuisine has numerous indigenous and foreign influences. Throughout the centuries, the islands have incorporated the cuisine of the early Malay settlers, Arab and Chinese traders, and Spanish and American colonizers, along with other Oriental and Occidental accents and flavors. The strongest culinary influence is … Read moreSpanish Influence on Filipino Food

Philippine Cuisine

Philippine Cuisine Philippine cuisine has evolved over several centuries from its Malayo-Polynesian origins to a mixed cuisine with many Hispanic cultural influences, due to the many Latin American and Spanish dishes brought to the Philippines during the Spanish colonial period. It has also received varying degrees of influence from Chinese, American, and other Asian cuisine. … Read morePhilippine Cuisine

Pancit Palabok

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  Pancit palabok and pancit luglug are essentially the same recipe/ dish. The main difference being that luglug uses thicker noodles… 1 pkg. noodles (thick), soaked in cold water 1 hour 1/4 c. shrimps, shelled & deveined 2 sticks Chinese sausage (dry), sliced thin 1 box tofu (soy bean cake), cut in sm. cubes 1/2 … Read morePancit Palabok

Philippines Vegetarian Dishes

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Adobong Gulay Bulanglang Ginataang Saba Ginataang Talong Sopa de maiz (filipino corn soup) Crispy KangKong Peanut And Eggplant Scallops Tamales Vegetarian Fresh Lumpia Wrapper Banana Blossom Ginataan Misua Sinangag Tortang Tagalog Eggplant Adobo Tofu Arroz Caldo Gluten Guisado Spanish Bread Spiced Coconut Sweet Potato   Adobong Gulay Gulay – Vegetables = talong (egg plant), potato. … Read morePhilippines Vegetarian Dishes

Philippine Food Culture and History

The Philippines country culture starts in a tropical climate divided into rainy and dry seasons and an archipelago with 7,000 islands.These isles contain the Cordillera mountains; Luzon’s central plains; Palawan’s coral reefs; seas touching the world’s longest discontinuous coastline; and a multitude of lakes, rivers, springs, and brooks. The population—120 different ethnic groups and the … Read morePhilippine Food Culture and History