YAPpers: What are the top 10 Pinoy Street Foods/Drinks..?
Take your pick:
1.) Chilled drinks (maybe sago at gulaman)
2.) Taho (bean curd, sweet (but not too sweet) arnibal (liquefied raw sugar) and soft sago (tapioca balls)
3.) Ice candy (Pinoy popsicle)
4.) Sorbetes/ Dirty ice cream (home made ice cream)
5.) Mani (peanuts) and Castañas (Chestnuts)
6.) Banana and Camote cue (Camote means, 'sweet potato')
7.) Mais (corn)
8.) manggang hilaw ( green mangoes!)
9.) Suman (glutinous rice snack steamed or boiled in banana or coconut leaves.)
10.) Kalamay (sticky sweet delicacy made of glutinous rice, grated coconut, brown sugar, margarine, peanut butter, and vanilla (optional).
13.) Fishballs, squidballs, one-day old chick and kikiam.
14.) Inihaw na daing na pusit. (Grilled dried squid)
15.) Chicharon (Pork/ Chicken skin cracklings)
16.) Inihaw (BBQs)
Balat ng baboy is BBQ pig skin.
isaw ng baboy are pig intestines
walkman = tenga ng baboy (Pork's ear) are marinated and grilled.
helmet = grilled head of the chicken
Pwet ng manok: grilled chicken's ***.
Balun-balunan: grilled chicken gizzards.
Atay ng manok: balls made of chicken meat. Deep fried. Butse: deep fried crop of a chicken.
IUD = Grilled chicken intestine
Betamax = roasted dried chicken blood
Adidas = Chicken feet
17.) Itlog na maalat (Salted eggs)
18.) Itlog ng pugo (Quail eggs)
19.) Tokneneng and Kwek-Kwek. (Tokneneng are boiled chicken eggs coated in orange colored dough and fried. Kwek-Kwek are just the same but quail eggs are used instead of chicken eggs.)
20.) Balut and Penoy