Continua il nostro incredibile viaggio nei sapori dello street food filippino. In ogni angolo di Manila ci sono I carrettini dei venditori ambulanti o piccole bancarelle con I piatti tipici della nostra cucina. Ecco cinque nuove specialità da non perdere!
Famous Street Foods in the Philippines
Street foods is ready-to-eat food or drink typically sold by a vendor on a street and in other public places such as on schools, parks, churches, bus terminals and at markets or fair. It is often sold from a portable food booth, food cart, or food truck and meant for immediate consumption.
Most street foods are classed as both finger food and fast food. Cheap, delicious that your tummy will satisfied and can be found everywhere.
The list of famous street foods in the Philippines.
It is a soft gelatin-like snack made from processed soybeans topped with caramel and tapioca pearls (locally called sago).
7.”Dirty Ice Cream”
Beat the heat with a dirty ice cream that is really not dirty. It’s like regular ice cream with a variety of flavors like cheese, ube, strawberry, chocolate, and more. They sell it on the streets in this enclosed cart. It’s a lot cheaper than a regular ice cream that you can buy from the store too.
Balut is a boiled duck embryo that usually paired with salt or vinegar. It might be exotic and really challenging to eat, but delicious is guaranteed!
Banana cue, a local banana (saging saba) that is deep-fried banana coated in caramelized brown sugar, after cooking they are served on skewers.
Binatog is steamed white corn kernels mixed with milk, shredded coconut with salt or sugar.
It’s more fun in the Philippines.