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‘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

A quick meal

The danggit is commonly cooked crispy-fried, and best enjoyed with “sinangag” or garlic fried rice and fried egg. The set is already good as it is, but some people would have a saucer of vinegar aroun... read more

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

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Five Ethnic Breakfasts To Shake Up Your Morning Routine

A portmanteau of the Tagalog words sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (eggs), this is exactly what it is–a huge, filling Filipino breakfast of a huge portion of garlic fried rice, eggs and your choice of ... 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

Pinoy Plates of Plenty: Battle Silog

Less known, perhaps, is the Filipino concept of silog. A portmanteau of sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (eggs), Filipino breakfast is a huge portion of garlic rice, two fried eggs and your choice of m... read more

No meat allowed for the poor

The new menu only allows boiled rice, for any meal; no more sinangag for the poor. Poor children may not have milk; but adults may have milk in their coffee. The egg (singular) should be served plain. ... read more

Beyond bacalao: It’s daing, not dead

Though salted dried fish, either tuyo or daing of whatever fish, is usually eaten as breakfast fare in most Filipino homes, normally eaten with sinangag or garlic fried rice and egg, there are so many ... read more

Breakfasts in Kuwait from around the globe

In the Philippines, people love having sinangag (fried rice) for breakfast. “For keeping your energy levels up, rice is the top choice, served with sausages, known as longganisa. We fry the rice with ... 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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