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Loving the Filipino Food : Philippine Cuisine - spanish restaurant main dishes

by:Two Eight     2019-09-23
Loving the Filipino Food : Philippine Cuisine  -  spanish restaurant main dishes
\"balut\" --bagoong --
Taste some tropical produce?
There are many changes you will like.
They eat rice. the main dish is meat. -
Pork, beef and fish.
Philippine dishes include stew, grill, boiled fish, vegetable meat and coconut milk. . --
Tapuy and lambanog--coconut wine.
This is the main food in the Philippines.
After dinner, of course, you can visit and enjoy the beaches around the island.
The Philippines is floating on the water, surrounded by natural resources.
Seafood and tropical fruits are abundant here.
Filipino cuisine-people.
Our parents feed us.
This is a process of regulation that we are all involved in.
This is part of us. imported ones.
What can we eat in the past.
Of course, our personal preferences.
What the market can offer, plus your ability to buy certain foods.
It affects what food we choose to eat.
America has everything for me. -
Make sure I don't miss the food I like.
Philippine food, I make it from time to time. part of me.
Southeast Asia, surrounded by large seas such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and the Pacific Ocean.
The capital Manila is only one nap time away from Hong Kong. it takes two hours to fly to the capital Manila.
Southeast Asia includes Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Papua New Guinea.
There are also three divisions of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
It is located in southern China, east of India and further north of Australia. Philippines-
Port Prince Underground River National Park--
Boracay Beach, Philippines--Singapore --
City of Lions-
Spain, the United States and Japan were colonised to some extent.
In addition to this, the power of Chinese cuisine and other adjacent cuisine--
It includes Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
Of course, the food culture of native Filipinos cannot be taken for granted.
Mix all of this and you can have Filipino food today. .
Indigenous people still live in the mountains of Luzon and Mindanao, who become Muslims because of their religious beliefs.
The trade exchange between Mexico (another colony of Spain) to South America and the Philippines has brought about a kind of similar to menudo-
Stew, there will be some sopas--meaning soups. .
Show, we provide food for everyone visiting the house, in addition to day activities for fun, games and dance.
In the Philippines, McDonald's education system and other lifestyles are called Jollibee.
America is a dream for most Filipinos, and that's true.
We have American fast food chains in every corner of the country, most in cities and urban areas.
Iza Lodge, Domino, Shaki, Kars Jr. to name a few.
Including French fries, it is eaten all over the country.
For most parts of Southeast Asia, religion plays an important role in the choice of food.
Indonesian people are mostly Muslims who don't eat pork.
Malaysia is mostly Muslim.
Widely eaten in the Philippines.
Especially popular during special occasions and birthdays.
Mainly Christians in the Philippines-
So we eat almost everything except in the Lenten season.
Immigrants from some Chinese businessmen in the Philippines have affected people's food choices.
It creates a dish that combines indigenous culture with Spanish culture. .
The use of Wok is introduced by the Chinese. and intact --
Food depends on vegetables-
Most of them are in high mountains.
The people were not colonised by the Spaniards and their culture was not affected.
They mainly eat seafood, chicken and vegetables, and of course not pork, which is bad for their religion.
Nor were they colonised, nor were they affected by cultural exchanges between the colonists and the people of the mainland.
"Meilienda" in the middle of noon and evening, plus morning and lunch time, usually at 10 and three o'clock P. M. in the morning.
In rural areas, farmers and fishermen usually wake up early for breakfast at 4 tp 5 amas.
In urban areas, breakfast depends on the distance you go to work.
Breakfast in Philippines-
It is a staple food for Filipinos and Southeast Asia as a whole.
We have different versions of rice. -
"Malagkit" to "Milagrosa" and other variants.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner, usually with another big meal, vegetables, meat and pork and fish. --
Breakfast, there are a lot of changes in some places, but most people eat fried rice, eggs, native fish (dried fish ). ----sausage ----
Oval dough made of flour and butter or margarine plus coffee is another breakfast.
Along with other major foods such as fish and vegetables, meat is featured for lunch or dinner at each Filipino table.
And ingredients like meat. Adobo ----
Pork "adobo" with ingredients including bay leaves, black pepper, soy sauce and vinegar, and garlic-
Cook at medium temperatures.
Spanish cuisine. --
": Nyaga" is mixed with vegetables such as cabbage, "pechay" and mixed with ingredients such as onions and lime, known as "Port of Sidney", which can be fish and trailblazer. Manuk----bangus --
Can be smoked, dried-
Daning cooked with vinegar and other spices-\"paksiw\".
Galunggong and "two suitable" for other fish "--
Carp, salmon, etc. ----
Barbecue pork, grilled fish, "Daning "--
Manila likes mixed gata--spicy foods. together.
Dry fish--daing. --
In the Visayas area they use "ginamos "--
Different kinds of fish paste in the Ilocos area and the Pangasinan area, the fish paste is called "eight males" and is made of small fish.
And alamang is made of two small fish of paste.
Vegetables are usually cooked in northern Luzon. -\"pinakbet\".
Xiao bang in the south of Luzon Island-
The vegetables in China are mixed a lot.
In Banya, they like to cook sweet and sweet.
Unlike the common noodles in Manila and Southern tagaloo, it is called "mami" noodles.
Many Filipinos attended many celebrations and banquets.
There, people provide food for all the people who are going to visit the ceremony.
Also known as "litson", the service is always provided at very important banquets.
It is a national food for Filipinos and often appears in weddings, banquets, or birthdays.
When a person reaches the age of 18, it will also provide services at the "out of the cabinet" ceremony.
Usually marinated with soy sauce, lime and other herbs and spices I described above. --
It means fried noodles with ingredients and vegetables.
Or a little thicker.
There are a lot of stew, ingredients and spices.
Street food and drinks are sold all over the street. Balut --
It's a famous street snack. -fish sauce --
Like bananas, mangoes, pineapples, guava, caimito, mangosteen, jackfruit and orange.
Like grapes, berries, apples, peaches and cherries.
Or dessert after dinner. --
The vegetables in the Philippines are green and very healthy.
Some people plant it in the backyard, all over the country.
Some vegetables in Baguio City need to be colder---Baguio beans.
It is a very healthy green leafy vegetable and also a pecan.
Always included in the dishes.
It is also part of the main meal cooked with meat. spinach.
Make large coconut juice-lambanog ----
We call it atsara. -
There are some fruits we have marinated.
Marinate with vinegar, pepper and salt.
Mix with tomatoes, vinegar and other spices. --\"saluyot\". --
Sometimes by thin, bijon and hot dog Moro, noodles, soup kakanin-
Frankfurter, kalamay, bibingka, ginataan----ibos --
All kinds of Suman-
Glutinous rice cooked with coconut milk covered with sugar and coconut leaves --
Composed of fruits, usually tropical fruits, mixed with condensed milk and sugar, plus frozen cream, cold suit.
It's a mixture of crushed ice and ripe fruit. -Arroz caldo --
I like dessert very much, as well as cassava cake.
Sodas such as Sprite, Royal (orange), squid (lime) juice, pineapple juice and orange juice are also well-known and often consumed.
Coconut juice is also famous in the southern part of Luzon. We have beer--
Beer and gin San Miguel
Other mixed drinks popular with young people, Rum with juice (Tanduay Rum), gin with juice and other mixed drinks usually mixed with available juices.
It's made of rice fermented and strong--
Part of daily breakfast and afternoon drinks. is famous.
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