Portal: Philippine Cuisine

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Encyclopedia of Traditional Philippine Cuisine
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Traditional Dishes
Breakfast - Pan de salSilogChamporado Merienda - Banana cue/Kamote cuePuto't kutsintaPalitaw
Foods for special occasions - LechonHamonadoPaella
Regional Specialties
Pampanga - TocinoBuro
Ilocos- PinakbetDinengdeng
Bicol - LaingBicol Express
Cebu - DanggitDried mangos
Iloilo - La paz batchoyPancit molo
Bacolod - Chicken inasal
Foreign-influenced Dishes
Spanish-influenced dishes
AfritadaEstofado
Chinese-influenced dishes
PancitSiomai
American-influenced dishes
Fusion cuisine
Exotic Foods
BalutSoup No.5PapaitanAsocenaBetute tugak
Street Foods
FishballIsawAdidasTokneneng/Kwek-kwekTaho
Condiments and Sauces
BagoongAtsaraEnsaladaPatis
Desserts
Leche FlanBuko PandanHalo-haloUbe-halaya
Beverages
SalabatKapeng BarakoGulamanTubaLambanogBasi
Pulutan
ChicharonPork barbequeSisig


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The Philippines is known for a variety of food specialties, comprising of locally cooked concoctions that would certainly fill one's rumbling stomach, delectable foreign-influenced dishes, mouthwatering desserts and beverages to suit literally everybody's taste buds, and exotic dishes for an extra-challenge eating adventure.

World famous adobo, sinigang, lechon, and pinakbet are just some of the creme ala creme of Filipino cooking plus more of them here at WikiWorx: Cuisine. WikiWorx is an organized compilation of articles and will serve as a collaborative platform for writers and editors working on a shared topic of interest. Compared with WikiPilipinas Portals which contain a huge amount of articles and categories, WikiWorx concentrates on building information for a very specific knowledge area.

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Chicken Inasal

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The chicken inasal is a popular dish from the City of Bacolod, Philippines. Unlike the usual barbecue or grilled chicken that uses soy sauce, this dish uses different ingredients for its marinade and basting sauce that create a unique flavor. The smoked flavor added to it by cooking the meat on a hot charcoal grill imbibes the marinade and makes the dish tastier. The dish is also distinct for its yellowish color brought about by the application of achuete or annatto oil. .. more

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Local Liquors

Philippine local liquors could either be indigenous or commercially manufactured beverages. The production of liquors is one of the most profitable industries in the Philippines. Alak is the generic Tagalog term for liquor or wine.

Common Native Liquors

  • Tuba - a coconut toddy that has a stinging sweet and bittersweet taste. The process involves extracting the sap of an unopened coconut bud.
  • Lambanog - is a wine made from coconut. It is famous for its potency that normally carries about 80 to 90 proof variations.
  • Basi (sugar cane wine)- is made by fermenting boiled, freshly extracted, sugar cane juice.
  • Agkud (Manobo) - is a liquor made from rice, corn, cassava or sorghum.
  • Laksoy - is a liquor distilled from the sap of a nipa palm. It is widely made and available in Caraga, Mindanao.
  • Tapey - is the only known Igorot rice wine and the only known rice wine in the Philippines.

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