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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Foodtrip: My Favorite Food Collections

My Favorite Food Collections

Hello Everyone!

Today, I'm taking you to for an ultimate food trip. Yes! I'll be sharing my ultimate favorite food, recipes, and foodie escapades. This is just basically a collections summary of my ultimate favorite food. I started blogging back in 2012, since then, I know that my blog is all about my love for food. And sharing that love for food through my blog felt amazing. It's not only that I learned from my fellow bloggers, readers, but also able to learn new recipes and experience new things. Its always fun experimenting food. Do you agree? I remember the first time I received my first cookbook, my first baking experience, and first time trying new recipe. Let me tell you! Its not always a success. I failed so many times but the FUN part was the experience. Its give me motivation to keep me going until I got it right. Moving on... Are you ready to explore my ultimate favorite food? I hope your excited because I'm taking you with me.
I have way to many favorites. Its hard to choose just few, So, I'm giving my long list of my favorites. I'll promise you! this is going to be fun and delicious food-trip ever.  By the way, I made all the recipes mention on this blog post. If you want to make some at home or a copy of the recipe, just click on the link that I attached on every recipe. Enjoy!

Let's get start our tasty journey! :)



Kamote Que is deef fried sweet potatoes covered with caramelized brown sugar.  It's one of my favorite because its easy to make, affordable, delicious, and it reminds me back home. Delicious! I'm thinking having this later today. Yum! For recipe check the link HERE.


Shakoy or well known as Twisted Donuts covered with sugar is also one of my favorite because its simply delicious. It reminds me of my Grandma who used to make Shakoy every weekend. Totally love this food. Click HERE for recipe.

Binangkal- is basically fried sweet dough with sesame seeds. This is for sure my ultimate snacks! I love how simple it is and its delicious. If you want to make it at home, just click HERE for the recipe.


Monggo Bread ( Pan de Monggo) is for sure my favorite bread of all time. It has the combination of my two favorite ingredients. Monggo beans and sweet soft bread. This is really something that I would make every now and then.. So delicious! For recipe just click HERE.



Chicken Empanada- is  combination of sweet flaky pastry with chicken filling. Its a perfect meal indeed. Its super easy to make and tasty. Yum! For Empanada recipe just click HERE.


Crispy Fried Chicken- a homemade fried chicken that taste so good is fantastic! This is actually my family's favorite and its so good paired with white rice and homemade gravy. Yum! For super easy recipe please click HERE



 Suman Malagkit- This remind me so much back home! The sweet sticky rice wrapped with banana leaves and cooked to perfection. So good! For recipe just click HERE



 BIKO- this Filipino delicacy is amazingly delicious. It made with sticky sweet rice with caramel sauce. I'm a big fan of BIKO for sure! Its something that I eat once a month. Yummo! For recipe please click HERE.


 Butsi - is something that I crave from time to time and one of my favorite. This little goodies is delicious. Its soft dough with sweet coconut filling inside and covered with sugar. Yum! For recipe click HERE.

TAHO- this is simply good. Its made with tofu, tapioca, and drizzle with caramel sauce. This is great for merienda! For recipe please click HERE.

I hope this food favorites of my mine will inspires you to make one soon. Which one is your favorite or favorites? Leave me a comment below. I hope you enjoy our tasty food-trip experience today. See you in few days everyone! Have a great and gorgeous day ahead.:)




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41 comments:

  1. Love the Chicken Empanada and crispy chicken.

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  2. Ahh! Comfort food!!! I love eating too and I enjoy street food the most, especially barbecue, isaw and kikiam. Hehe. For the sweets, I love turon, suman and taho.

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  3. Filipino foods are the best. Hahanap hanapin mo talaga :)

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  4. I love taho but I rarely see "Manong Taho" here in our place. Unlike in our old house where you can see "Manong Taho" every morning. :)

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    1. I can only get Taho if I make one for myself, and its always great.:)

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  5. Wow sarap :-) love the chicken empanada and biko

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  6. My favorites are Camote Cue and Taho! I can eat them almost everyday. Thanks for sharing dear.

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    1. Your are welcome! Hope you like them as much as I do.

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  7. Oh, we share the same favorites except for the empanada, lol! I miss binangkal! I don't see it anymore in local bakeries around here.

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    1. Same here. Binangkal is something that I crave from time to time. Thanks

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  8. Aww..all so yummy. We don't have those snacks you shown above here in our city.

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  9. ahhhhh!!! Kamote Que! I love all these! huhu! nagugutom ako lalo! These are childhood faves! ♥

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  10. Nakakagutom naman sis. You made me crave for all of that food, hehe.

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  11. What a great round-up of Filipino food and recipes! Biko reminds me of my scouting days when we were selling them outside the school as a fund-raising activity.

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    1. BIKO is the BESt- very tasty and super easy to make. I remember those days too.:)

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  12. OMG! I love all these foods and its my fave, I love Biko, Shakoy. Lagi namin yan niluluto noong nasa province pa kami. Healthy pa.

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  13. I love all these! Especially, taho, binangkal, and kamote cue! :)

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  14. I love everything you have listed here.

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  15. I want to make homemade biko, my lola used to cook this but she can't cook anymore because of Parkinson's.

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    1. Aw, sorry to hear that. Yes, give my BIKO recipe try and I hope you like it.:)

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  16. I would like to try your twisted donuts because my kids love them and the biko because I'm also a big of biko. Yummy food to make when my kids have their Christmas vacation.

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    1. I agree! my kids love BIKO also. They call it sweet rice:) How fun!

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  17. I want to make the twisted donuts but I have difficulty in making a perfect dough for it.

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    1. The recipe that I tried for many times ( featured in my blog ) works perfect. Give it a try:)

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  18. Ill go for chicken Empanada!!! For the win. And im craving on fried chicken now.

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    1. Crispy Fried chicken with gravy and rice sounds so good right now. Thanks:)

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  19. you have a great food trip collection, I love them all! but i'm not familiar with shakoy and binangkal...

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  20. Everytime na makikita ko to, maalala ko talaga dati noong nasa province kami kasi ito lagi ang niluluto ng mga mama nanay sa province hehe nakaka mis lang.

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  21. The fried chicken is what I love the most out of your list. Am itching to eat Fried Chicken today :)

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