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      13 Filipino foods you must try

      Take a look at our pick of the best foods to eat

      Filipino cuisine is a melting pot of Latin and American influences and punchy indigenous flavours. It reflects the country’s colonial history and varied geography.

      Here’s a list of popular dishes that represent the true cultural spirit of the Philippines.


      Chicken Adobo

      Frequently referred to as the national dish of the Philippines, Adobo is a cooking process that involves chicken or pork marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic and stewed until tender. Adobo is found on restaurant menus all over the Philippines and it served with steamed rice. It can be consumed at lunch or dinner.


      This dish features a whole roasted pig cooked slowly over charcoal and served with liver sauce. It usually served during fiesta or celebrations – from birthday to weddings and public holidays.


      Inihaw Liempo Philippines
      Inihaw is the Filipino traditional grilled food that is marinated in a mixture of Sprite or 7UP, crushed garlic, vinegar, salt and pepper.
      The most popular Inihaw dishes are Inihaw na Baboy (Grillded pork belly) and Inihaw na Manok (Chicken Barbecue).


      Lumpia Philippines
      Lumpia is a spring roll originating from China which is commonly found in the Philippines. Lumpia wrapper are filled with minced meat or/and vegetables. Lumpia is served fresh or deep fried. Lumpia is a finger food for any occasion and it’s perfect for merienda (afternoon snack).


      Pansit Philippines

      In Filipino cuisine, pancit or pansit are noodles. Noodles were introduced into the Philippines by the early Chinese settlers, and over the century have been adopted into local cuisine.
      There are numerous variants and types. The most popular are Pansit Bihon and Pansit Canton.


      Pork Sisig Philippines
      Sisig is a popular appetizer made from chopped grilled pork’s head and chicken liver, usually seasoned with calamansi, onions and chili peppers. Sisig is served in most Filipino restaurants and street hawkers.


      Kare Kare Philippines
      Kare-kare is a slow-cook beef and vegetable stew enhanced with a thick peanut sauce. It’s typically served with steamed white rice at lunch or dinner.

      Crispy Pata

      Crispy Pata Philippines
      Crispy Pata consists in the whole pork leg boiled until tender and then deep-fried until golden and crisp.
      It usually served in special occasions and it can be found in authentic Filipino restaurants.

      Arroz Caldo

      Arroz Caldo Philippines
      Arroz Caldo literally means warm rice. This dish that resembles risotto is a Spanish-style thick rice soup with chicken, garlic and onions. It’s one of favorite Filipino snack.

      Pork Menudo

      Pork Menudo Philippines
      Menudo is Filipino comfort food at its best. It’s an hearty abd tasty stew made with pork meat and liver cubes in tomato sauce with carrots and potatoes.

      Sinigang Soup

      Sinigang Soup Philippines
      Sinigang is a delicious sour soup made with pork or fish, vegetables and tamarind-flavored broth.

      Halo Halo

      Halo Halo Philippines
      Halo Halo literally means “mix-mix. It’s a colorful dessert which consists various fruit served in shaved ice and evaporated milk.

      Leche Flan

      Leche Flan Philippines
      Leche Flan is the Filipino version of French crème caramel made up of eggs yolks, evaporated milk and condensed milk. This dessert is typically steamed or baked in bain-marie.