Chicken Sinangag at Itlog, this dish is a member of the “SILOG FAMILY" to name some, we have Tapsilog,(beef), Longsilog(sausage) Hotsilog(hotdogs), daingsilog(fish) and tocilog(sweetpork) a popular breakfast in the philippines. This is also our favorite meals during our college days. It is cheaper than having some ala carte dishes. Did you know that Chicken legs and thighs supply more zinc...
Embosilog which is rice, egg and embotido. Embotido is another sausage-like dish that was introduced to Filipinos by our Spanish colonizers and ancestors. Embotido is moulded ground pork mixed with flour, egg, finely chopped vegetables (carrots, celery, spring onion, etc.), onion, salt, raisins and a few spices. This mixture is moulded into tubular shape and wrapped in aluminum foil. The...
Longsilog, which is rice, egg and longanisa. Longanisa is a Spanish sausage that became a part of Filipino cuisine. Traditionally, longanisa is made of ground pork meat that is stuffed inside cleaned pork intestine. The ground pork meat is richly flavoured with spices and sugar. Modern versions of the longanisa uses ground chicken and sometimes without the use of pork...
Tapsilog is the term used when tapa, garlic-fried rice (sinangag), and fried egg (itlog) are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during breakfast. The word tapa is related to the Sanskrit term tapas which means "heat". According to some sources, tapsilog and tapsihan are colloquial slang words.
The “to” in the word tosilog stands for tocino, which means “cured meat” in Spanish. Its cuts are from pork belly, mixed with special ingredients for 2 to 3 hours before marinating overnight to achieve that soft, sweet delicious taste perfect with fried rice and fried eggs.