Last Updated on November 22, 2020 by Ed Joven
Giving Out the Best Food Trip, try these 10 famous Filipino foods
Top 10 must try Filipino Foods – There is no one in this world who can’t say no to good food. When traveling to another country that has impeccable and pleasurable foods one can never underestimate the cuisine that country beholds. The original fusions of cuisines are the Filipino dishes that offer distinct flavor.
These dishes reflect the influence of the various cultures in the food. Therefore a food trip into the Philippines becomes a must to do adventure as each region has a palatable quantity of dishes.
These Filipino Foods are the next big surprise in the food world. Let’s take a road trip and explore them here.
Here are the Top 10 must try Filipino Foods:
1] Sisig of Pampanga
The Sisig of Pampanga is one of a kind that has won the hearts of many foreigners and locals. This dish has found its roots from the culinary capital, Pampanga. Containing chopped pigs head parts and chicken liver, the sizzling dish fills the person’s mouth with wonderful taste and full of Exoticness. It’s mesmerizing to the point that this will change all the preferences for sure. The authentic version is paired with a cold beer.
2] Cebu’s Boneless Lechon
The Queen city of the south has to offer a surprise to the food lovers who can never miss out on the opportunity of testing its famous dish, Cebu’s Boneless Lechon. The glorious roasted pig that is content with crisp skin is better served with a sauce. It is so glorious that could make a person to lick his fingers. The authentic taste that it has to offer, it is something that one has never tried before and cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
3] Manila’s Tapsilog
It is the most common food for breakfast. The tapsilog is found in almost most of the restaurant in Manila which is especially known for serving this good food. This place has one of the most developed and comfortable dishes in the country. This dish not only gives a good taste but is also a strong contender for anyone’s meal menu. Its combination of cured beef with garlic fried rice (with added protein) it’s a good food to fill one’s stomach.
4] Chicken Inasal of Bacolod City
For sizzling and hot chicken food lovers, this dish is marinated with the mixture of lime, pepper, and many spices when grilled over hot coals can make anyone’s evening wonderful. This is served with rice, vinegar, Chilli pepper and soya sauce.
This dish originated in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. In fact they have a place there called Manokan Country where all the restaurants sell Chicken Inasal.
5] Bulalo of Tagaytay
One’s road trip is incomplete without a bulalo. It is a perfect of a combination of chilly ingredients in Tagaytay weather. This food is a quick option for quick hangouts.
Bulalo can easily be found at Mahogany Market. They have several stalls that serves one of the best tasting Bulalo in Tagaytay.
6] Bagnet of Vigan
Bagnet is one of the most popular dishes. It is a deep fried crispy belly of pork that makes it irresistible for a person to prevent himself from eating it out. It originated in the Vigan City and is very similar to lechon. However, on pairing it with Sukang iloko and rice will make this dish, a perfect combination for a dinner.
7] Bicol Express of Bicol
This is the traditional food and requires a traditional style of cooking. This dish is an exotic combination of coconut milk, shrimp paste, pork slices and lots of chilies. It is guaranteed to heat up the food desire because of its vicious hot flavors.
8] Pancit Cabagan of Isabela
This dish has its roots from the Chinese culture. It’s a noodle dish that contains Miki noodles, crunchy lechon that is mixed with dark savory sauce. To add more flavors, a tinge of vinegar sauce, soy sauce, chili, and onions make it blissful.
9] La Paz Batchoy of Iloilo
Batchoy is a noodle soup made with pork offal, crushed pork cracklings, chicken stock, beef loin and round noodles. Its origins can be traced to the district of La Paz, Iloilo City in the Philippines, hence it is often referred to as La Paz Batchoy.
Most Filipinos eat the soup using spoon and fork. The soup is generally consumed first, the liquid broth rounds out the meal. Diners are encouraged to ask for a second, third, or even a fourth helping of kaldo (Hiligaynon, “broth”).
10] Pancit Malabon of Malabon City
Finally here’s the 10th from our Top-10 must try Filipino Foods, the Pancit Malabon.
It is a Filipino dish that is a type of pancit, or stir-fried noodle dish, which originated in Malabon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Its sauce has a yellow-orange hue, attributable to achuete (annatto seeds), shrimp broth, and flavor seasoned with patis (fish sauce for a complex umami flavor) and crab fat.
Local fresh seafood toppings may include cooked shrimp, squid, smoked bangus (milkfish), mussels, and/or oysters.
Other optional garnishes can include pork, hard-boiled duck/hen eggs, crushed chicharron (pork rinds), chopped green onions, lightly browned sautéed minced garlic, and spritz of calamansi juice.