Filipino style spaghetti is quite different from Italian spaghetti or any other famous type of spaghetti . Filipino style spaghetti is simple (no herbs and other spices dded) and it is a little bit sweet.
Dinakdakan is one of my favorite pork dishes. It is a comfort food that reminds me of happy, childhood memories because this is one of my mom’s specialties. Dinakdakan is always present in our family’s special lunch or dinner during special occasions.
Biko or inkiwar is a native Filipino dessert or “meryenda” which is made of sweet or glutinous rice with rich amount of coconut milk.
Lumpiang gulay or simply “lumpia” (vegetable roll) in the Philippines is also considered as a famous street food. It comes with a vinegar sauce dipping which costs five pesos per piece.