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Garlic Fried Rice (Sinangag)

Breakfast in the Philippines is built on sinangag, or cooked rice tossed with garlic and oil. For us, the smell of sinangag cooking is better than waking up to the aroma of coffee. This recipe may gar... read more

Washington discovers Filipino cooking

The Chinese traded and settled in the Philippines between 960 and 1279 A.D., introducing noodles (pancit), spring rolls (lumpia) and fried rice (sinangag), as well as ... They introduced sauteing with ... read more

‘Unang Hirit’ Recipes: Creative ways to spice up your rice

Leftover rice, or “bahaw” in Filipino, is usually stored and eaten in the morning. Aside from the usual fried garlic rice or sinangag, here are other creative ways to cook leftover rice: 1. Sauté garl... read more

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Filipino Feasting: an annotated guide to Lamesa’s hands-only banana-leaf dinner

Here, an iceberg leaf provides a practical solution. It’s topped with pico de gallo and fried noodles. Garlic fried rice (or sinangag) is a typical breakfast food in the Philippines, where grains are ... read more


A Flavorful Feast of Filipino Favorites

I wouldn't dream of eating here without ordering a side of garlic fried rice (sinangag), or, if I were really hungry, adobo rice: white rice fried with adobo sauce. The desserts include halayang ube, ... read more

Tech education nonprofit Purple Mai‘a to host 'fun-raiser'

The kamayan style dinner will include dishes such as sinangag (garlic and vegetable fried rice), shrimp sisig and lechon kawali with chicharron. There will be Hawaiian entertainment with Kihei Nahale- ... read more

Menu Decoder: Filipino Essentials

Kinilaw: Raw fish marinated in coconut vinegar, often along with ginger, garlic, onions, chilis ... “tapa” (dried beef, like jerky) “sinangag” (fried rice) and “itlog” (fried egg), which should give y... read more

Hungry? Here are 10 breakfast options from around the world

The name is actually a portmanteau referring to the two ingredients it is made of: fried rice (sinangag) and eggs (itlog ... which is a mix of tomato, garlic, herbs and spices, traditionally topped wi... read more

Pinoys and Fried Foods

Pity the dieter who swears off all fried foods for ... and flavor with salt, garlic, and a few minutes of stir-frying. Yesterday's rice need never go to waste, so long as it can be resurrected as that ... read more

Next franchise stars and Francorp’s quality seal

Bente Silog is a food stall which serves P20 silog (garlic fried rice or sinangag, and fried egg) meals, perfect for the budget conscious. There are 38 branches of Bente Silog all over Luzon, and only ... read more

Spam and egg, Belgian chocolate ‘champorado,’ ‘gambas’ with ‘longganisa’–comfort food elevated

The meat is encrusted with cornflakes instead of bread crumbs and made to lie on a bed of pesto rice, egg and mesclun greens. Tolentino’s take on the sinangag or fried rice is the ... with a tradition... read more

Yummy eats that defined our college lives: Bacsilog, Banana Rhum-a, Arki Vickie

In addition, the rice was just plain and not the garlic-infused fried rice that defines sinangag. There are, of course, other famous and memorable establishments in other Metro Manila universities. So ... read more



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