Sunday, October 31, 2010

Filipino Street Foods

Filipino street foods are commonly grilled, but some are fried. These foods are sold during night along highways and streets.

Filipino street foods that are grilled include Helmet or chicken heads, Adidas or chicken feet, Betamax or chicken blood and IUD or chicken intestines. These foods are grilled and dipped on vinegar before eating them.

Aside from grilled, there are also fried Filipino street foods. These foods are sold by vendors on pushing carts or three wheelers and can be brought at the lowest price of one peso. An example of Filipino street foods that are fried are chicken balls, fish balls, meat balls, kikiam, hotdog, squid balls, kwek-kwek, one-day old, fried chicken and calamares.

The very popular Adidas or chicken feet, Betamax or chicken blood, and IUD or chicken intestines are commonly serve during drinking sessions. Drinker eat them with the accompaniment of wines or beers.

Filipino street foods do not take a longer time for it to be prepared and do not require a lot of money. These are mass foods that are sold at least price of one peso. Filipino street foods like fish balls are cheaper than barbecues or grilled foods.

Because street foods are very delicious and yummy, some of these are also included on restaurant’s menus, specially the Filipino type restaurant.

This street foods are already part of the culture of Filipino. They may not look appetizing but their taste is definitely awesome and delectable.

1 comment:

  1. Wala na ata akong alam na piso ang price.. Uhm fishball? Nagmahal na ata un eh. Bigla ako nagutom :|

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