The foods featured in this article are:
|4. Kwek kwek|
|8. Sago't Gulaman|
|9. Banana Cue|
|10. Fish balls|
Some streetfoods are eaten at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Some are for merienda and as pulutan or finger foods during drinking sessions.
This is a combination of bean curd, caramelized sugar and sago best sipped warm through a straw in the wee hours of the morning!
A Chinese dish (Que-kiam) adapted to fit our Filipino palate. It is ground pork and vegetables wrapped in bean curd. You can have your choice of sauce- either hot and spicy, sweet and spicy or just plain sweet.
This is plantain wrapped in lumpia wrapper and deep fried with caramelized brown sugar or kalamay. You can also add langka and sesame seeds. Some restaurants even add ice cream to this delicious desert.
|DIRTY ICE CREAM|
Peddled on the street this ice cream usually comes in three flavors: cheese, mango and ube. Yum!
Comes in different colors and the flavor depends on what fruit is in season. Some popular flavors are mango and milo+red beans.
NIGHT TIME FARE
Anything sold at night is good for pulutan!
Almost every part of the chicken is barbecued and almost every street corner in the country is filled with smoke from the barbecues at night time.
Grilled chicken feet.
Grilled coagulated chicken blood
Grilled chicken intestine.
Grilled chicken head.
|BARBECUED CHICKEN SKIN|
This is my personal favorite! The chicken skin is so yummy that it just slides through my through! This sells fast!
|IUD OR ISAW|
Grilled chicken entrails.
Grilled pork ears
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