Amici e amiche del Blog, iniziamo il nostro incredibile viaggio tra i profumi e i sapori del cibo filippino di strada. Noi filippini siamo quasi sempre intenti a mangiare . Facciamo almeno 5 pasti al giorno (3 fuori e due a casa). La nostra cucina è informale e una soluzione pratica e divertente è lo “street food”. Buonissimo ! Potete assaggiare le nostre specialità direttamente in strada dai venditori ambulanti o nelle tipiche “carinderie” filippine, cioè quei piccoli punti vendita che propongono una scelta di piatti  precotti, esposti su un bancone o nelle teche di vetro. Piccoli ristoranti a conduzione familiare con prezzi invitanti che trovate ovunque. La nostra cucina è creativa e gustosa. Iniziamo subito con le mie prime cinque proposte da non perdere… assolutamente. Parola di Len!

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.

1.Fish Balls, Chicken Balls, Squid Balls

 

Made from pulverized cuttlefish meat and formed in a flat shape, fishballs are probably the best cheapest street food in the Philippines along with squid balls, and chicken balls.

2.Kwek Kwek and Tokneneng

The difference between Kwek kwek and Tokneneng are; Kwek kwek are quail boiled eggs and the smaller one, while Toknenengs are chicken or duck boiled eggs and are the bigger one. They are both covered with an orange-colored batter and deep fried.

3.Betamax

These are grilled chicken blood and shape like a boxed that’s why they call it betamax. These are absolutely delicious.

4.Adidas

These are yummy grilled chicken feet over charcoal and put on skewer.

5.Isaw

These are chicken intestines that are cleaned, boiled, put on a skewer, and grilled over charcoal. They are served with a dipping sauce of either spiced vinegar and barbeque sauce.

It’s more fun in the Philippines.