Filipino cuisine is popular for its delicious taste and appetizing aroma. You can easily tell apart Filipino food from other cuisines due to its color and the manner it is served too. Its distinctive colors, aroma, and flavors result in a full sensory experience with each bite.
Why is Filipino food popular?
For one, Filipino food draws inspiration from different international cuisines. Coupled with the inherently unique Pinoy flavours and cooking techniques that have evolved through the decades, it’s no longer a surprise that Filipino food is gaining recognition worldwide.
Why Filipino food is so bad?
The Filipino food is packed with salt, sugar and oil.
The meat we were served was soaking in oil, the fish that supposed to be grilled was full of oil and veggies we wanted to try contained more oil than the fattest meat we saw there. As we know, oil makes you feel so tired and slows your metabolism down.
What does Filipino food taste like?
At its core, Filipino food is big on three flavors: salty, sweet, and sour. A balance of all three is found in most landmark dishes, from savory entrees to desserts.