In the Philippines, eggs are often plainly eaten boiled or fried. They can be mixed in with ingredients to make sarciado or torta. And of course, they are used in many Filipino pastries and baked goods!
Yema is the Spanish word for “egg yolk.” This soft Philippine candy is shaped into a pyramid or a ball, and then wrapped in cellophane. It originated from Spain, where nuns in monasteries used egg yolks donated to them by winemakers (who used only the white part of eggs in their winemaking process) to make sweets and pastries.
Chopsuey with Quail Eggs by Mary Rizale. Filipino language lesson! Quail eggs are called itlog ng pugo in Tagalog. Itlog = Egg. Pugo = Quail. Boiled quail eggs (nilagang itlog ng pugo) can be easily bought almost anywhere in the Philippines. Street hawkers and bus vendors sell them four or five eggs in a slender […]
Photo and Cooking by Mayette Garcia Ingredients: chicken, eggs, rice, calamansi… Mga sangkap: manok, itlog, kanin, kalamansi Complete recipe to be posted after the website update. Please check back soon!
On the night of the Miss Universe pageant, one of our Twitter admins randomly posted a tweet referencing Pia Wurtzbach (reigning Miss Philippines, competing in Las Vegas) and her man being willing to eat balut. #ALDUBHappyTogether
We're all following @PiaWurtzbach
Pretty sure her man eats balut.
#MissUniverse2015 — Filipino Food❕ (@filipinofood) December 21, 2015 Unrelated to […]