3 August 2016
There are food lovers, there are crazy food lovers, there are super-crazy food lovers and then there are Philippians. Wherever you roam around the world, you won’t find the culture, as diverse & as captivating as the Filipino culture which is better known for its parties and the food served at them.
When there is a Filipino food party, there is always a mental list of foods serve and guests to invite.
In case if you are clueless about the choice of Filipino food you should choose for food party then here are some delicious, amazing option that, I bet you surely need to add.
Whether you have hired professional Filipino Food Catering Services or ordering it from the restaurant, don’t forget to include these captivating meals at all.
Lumpia are the Filipino–style spring rolls which are stuffed with the variety of ingredients where each of them is heavily delicious. They are apparently good for the large family get-together.
The major vegetables used to prepare these rolls are chopped onion, minced garlic, water chestnuts and thinly sliced carrots and cabbage.
They are the chicken stew which you can found throughout the Filipino cuisine with a Spanish touch. The tomato-based stew with chicken, peppers, as well as the onion is one of the heartiest examples.
This not so sweet Filipino dessert tastes amazing and made up with the coconut milk as well as cassava root. It tastes sweet, but not cloyingly so. For the different texture, the top of the cassava is broiled until it gets crunchy. You can also make it gluten-free.
Panchit Palabok are the noodles which are super versatile. They are a super pungent blend of meat, veggies, and noodles.
One more super-delicious Filipino food, chicken bistek is a Soy sauce which is cut with lemon juice or calamansi. It is so addictive, marinade and tangy that your guests won’t be able to resist it.
If you have been missing out the beverage in your Filipino food party then here is Calamansi Whiskey sour for you which is one of the most used fruits in Filipino cooking.
Bibingka is basically a sweet coconut cake made up with the flour + coconut cream. This is by and large a Filipino Christmastime treat that’s appetizing enough to eat year-round.
One more dessert to add into the list, Halo Halo dessert is made up with the hodgepodge of ingredients, including fruits, ice cream, sweet beans, fruit, and tapioca with shaved ice.
The sweety sticky rice, Biko is the creamy easy to cook dessert which requires only a few ingredients. But there are tons of flavors to try out. It’s primarily made with the equally addictive latik, or cooked down coconut milk or cream.
So next time when you are planning for a Fillipino food party, make sure that you add these food in list to enthrall your guests’ taste buds.