A casual overview of the history of foreign influences in Philippine cuisine. It is said that 80% of the dishes prepared in Filipino kitchens today can be traced to Spain. The Spaniards introduced tomatoes and garlic along with the technique of sautéing them with onions in olive oil.
Photo of Lechon Manok crackers & Ma’am Inasal ulam crackers by Soundtech27. This is a type of chichirya (munchable junk food). Ingredients: Chicken Flavor, Flour Rice, Salt, Coconut Oil, Hot Chili. Lechon Manok crackers are manufactured by Pan Fisher Enterprise of Caloocan City, Philippines.