Daing is a type of dried fish. It goes very well with
Langka or Nangka is the Tagalog word for “jackfruit.” It’s the largest fruit that grows on a tree! See the other photo!
Also known as Zambo Rolls — from the Zamboanga peninsula of the large island of Mindanao in southern Philippines!
Lokot-lokot is a crunchy, golden brown delicacy produced and served during special occasions.
Pili is the name of a nut that’s native to maritime Southeast Asia.
Sugared pili nuts are a pasalubong snack in the Philippines!
The word “inasal” means grilled or barbecued. Chicken Inasal is a famous
Bottles of UFC Tamis Anghang Banana Catsup on Store Shelf. Photos by Angie Pastor.
Banana ketchup is a popular Filipino condiment made from bananas, sugar, vinegar and spices. Its natural color is brownish, but it is colored red to resemble tomato ketchup.
A visual tool developed by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute to help Filipinos acquire healthy eating habits.
Fried Galunggong by Eva Argenos.
Bangus is the Tagalog word for “milkfish.” The fish’s scientific name is Chanos chanos. What can we make with bangus? Paksiw, sinigang, relleno, adobo, pinaputok, escabeche, sisig, bangus sa tausi…