Saturday, April 21, 2007

Filipino Food

: pork or chicken marinated in garlic, soy sauce and vinegar
Afritada: pork stew with green peppers, onions, tomatoes, and potatoes
Arroz Caldo: rice porridge with chicken
Bagoong: fermented paste made from small fish, sometimes from shrimp
Kaldereta: goat stew
Kare-kare: ox tail stew with banana blossoms cooked in a peanut sauce
Kilawin: raw fish
Daing: dried fish
Dinengdeng: boiled vegetables with bagoong
Dinuguan: blood pudding with internal organs
Embutido: porkloaf sausage
Escabeche: sweet and sour fish dish
Estofado: beef stew with beans, carrots and tomatoes
Ginataan: cooked with gata (coconut milk)
Inihaw: barbecued
Laing: taro leaves cooked in gata
Longaniza: sweet and sour pork sausage
Lumpia: spring roll
Mechado: beef and onions cooked with tomato sauce
Menudo: ox tail stew with chickpeas
Paksiw: stew of fish marinated in vinegar
Pansit: noodles
Pinakbet: vegetable dish cooked with bagoong
Pochero: chicken and pork stew with bananas and vegetables
Relyenong bangus: stuffed milkfish
Sinaing: boiled rice
Sinangag: fried rice
Sinigang: sour stew
Tapa: seasoned dried meat
Tinola: chicken stew with papaya
Tokwa: tofu
Torta: omelet
Ukoy: fried shrimp cakes

now i know!! whats the diff. bet mechado ang afritada ;)

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