What Makes Filipino Food Special

Adeline's LechonWhat makes Filipino food different from other places? Could it be the taste of it that makes every dish you eat a memorable experience? Could it be the place where the food had been served? Could it be the familiar Filipino style of cooking or could it be the Filipino people who prepared the food full of love? Whatever could be the reason of this delightful food eating experience, let us all find out what more reason that makes Filipino food special.

The mixture of tastes and textures make Filipino foods special. Filipino foods are simple to cook and always a pleasure to serve and eat. These delicious and mouth-watering dishes are always welcome on the dining table in whatever time of the day. Filipino food consists mostly of vegetables, seafood, dairy, meat and rice. Like Philippine fiestas, Filipino recipes are rich in flavour and colour that are not only a pleasure in the eyes but also a pleasure to eat.

The Filipino food aromatic dish makes all the food more inviting to eat and makes you want to savour the food bits by bits. Filipino food for every foreigner that sees it looks dull yet interesting and intriguing. The way of cooking displayed in different households mesmerizes foreign people and even Filipinos themselves especially when they smell the aromatic or pungent aroma of the food that is being cooked. That is one thing that makes Filipino food interesting. Its smell makes it unique and it is something you have to watch out for.

A certain dish is cooked in many different ways depending on which part of the country you are staying. It may be the same dish but the style of cooking, flavour and ingredients vary and this makes the Filipino food interesting and one of a kind. When other countries are cooking the same dish exactly the same, Filipinos are cooking it in varying flavours in diverse places and by the way it is cooked and the ingredients used you can tell the origin of the person who cooked it.

The Filipino food is not only interesting and special because of its aroma, flavour and taste but with all the names they come up with are something to perk up your mind and your tongue.

Having said all this, all Filipino foods could never be complete without the Filipino people who prepared all this food with all their hearts. For a moment, just imaging one of the occasion you had celebrate with your love ones, family, and friends there you will remember it will never be complete without Filipino foods like pansit, adobo, kinilaw to name a few. These make eating Filipino food an unforgettable experience.

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