Salcedo Bites

This June, in celebration of our country’s independence day, we are featuring Filipino heritage dishes from the Salcedo Market. Here’s a list of this month’s picks:

Antonio‘s Pork Humba. This dish is a sweetened pork roast over beans that is Ilonggo in origin.

IMG_0264

Omee‘s sardines, beef belly, and tinapa (fish) rice are classic Tagalog dishes.

IMG_0253 IMG_0252

IMG_0259

Elizabeth Amurao‘s special suman and tamales (rice pastries) are both from Pampanga.

IMG_0275

Ka Narcing features ginatang hipon (shrimp in coconut milk), tulingan fish (from the tuna family), and sinaing na tulingan (steamed version) from Batangas.

IMG_0287

IMG_0279 IMG_0285

Bikol’s Best laing is a delicious dish from Bicol that is comprised of dried taro leaves in shrimp paste and coconut milk.

IMG_0294

Legg’s Chicken Inasal offers generous and juicy servings of grilled chicken paa (feet) and pecho (breast) from Bacolod.

IMG_0296

IMG_0295

Ilocandia’s Special Empanada – for this entry, we don’t even have to say what their best seller is, just try the empanada (savoury meat pastry)! This dish is Ilocano in origin.

IMG_0300

Pamangan‘s bestselling chicken ala king is from Pampanga.

IMG_6646

The Kitchen‘s kadyos (Ilonggo dish) and prechon (roasted pig, served in a wrap).

IMG_0322

IMG_0328

Leave A Comment