Five Filipino Foods That Aren’t Deep Fried

As featured this week on We Blog The World:

Sinangag, Filipino Food

Sinangag, or garlic rice, is the easiest, safest, tastiest dish I’ve come across in my travels…

The scent of caramelized garlic constantly hung in the air of the Australian accommodation I shared with several Filipino women.  Onion, tamarind and chili assaulted my nostrils on a daily basis.

Planning a trip to the Philippines, I hoped to discover a smorgasbord of delicious meals similar to the ones they’d cooked in our home.

But when I asked about the country’s quality of food, other backpackers warned me away.  “The fish is all exported”; “Everything is deep-fried”; “The meat is unnaturally pink and processed.”

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