15 (Filipino)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 07 Apr 2020, updated: 07 Jun 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

List of dishes that are normally consumed for breakfast in the Philippines.

1. Champorado

Tinughong, tsampurado (Filipino)

Made from rice porridge with cocoa powder, sugar, evaporated and condense milk. It is usually served as breakfast and snack in the Philippines.

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2. Tapsilog

tapa meal (Filipino)

One of the best know breakfast meal of Filipinos is the Tapsilog. Tap-si-log stands for Tapa (friend beef jerky), sinangag (friend rice) and itlog (fried egg).

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3. Longsilog

(Filipino)

Longsilog is a Filipino dish made of longanisa (sausage), sinangag (fried rice) and pritong itlog (fried egg). This is a popular breakfast dish in the Philippines and is usually served with a side dish of fresh tomatoes or cucumber.

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4. Silog

(Filipino)

Silog is a class of Filipino breakfast dishes containing sinangag (garlic rice) and itlog (egg). They are served with various viands or ulam, usually meat dishes such as tapa, longganisa or ham. Wikipedia

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5. Arroz Caldo

Arrozcaldo (Filipino)

Arroz caldo is a hearty Filipino congee made with chicken and rice and seasoned with onion, garlic, ginger, and fish sauce and topped with crunchy fried garlic. Arroz caldo is the Filipino’s interpretation of congee. In this rice soup, chicken pieces (preferably bone-in) and rice are boiled in a ginger-based broth until the grains have disintegrated into porridge-like consistency. Fried garlic bits, chopped green onions and calamansi juice are added for additional layers of flavor. The gruel is more common as a midday merienda but as it often includes meat, eggs or seafood, it is substantial enough to serve as …

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6. Goto

(Filipino)

Goto is one of the many variants of Filipino congee or as colloquially known, lugaw. This rice porridge is made with glutinous rice and beef tripe simmered in a ginger-based broth. It’s a delicious one-bowl meal commonly peddled in the Philippines as a filling midday snack or as a light lunch. https://www.kawalingpinoy.com/goto/

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7. Tocilog

(Filipino)

Tocilog is a Filipino dish that combines fried tocino (Filipino bacon), sinangag (garlic fried rice) and itlog (fried egg). It is normally serve for breakfast and it is a variation of Tapsilog, a favorite Filipino breakfast dish.

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8. Sisigsilog

Sisig Silog (Filipino)

Sisigsilog is a Filipino dish composed of Sisig (pork leftovers with spices), sinangag (garlic fried rice) and itlog (fried egg). Sisigsilog is a variation of tapsilog, a favorite Filipino breakfast dish.

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9. Cornsilog

Cornbisilog (Filipino)

Cornsilog is a Filipino dish composed of Corned beef, sinangag (garlic fried rice) and itlog (fried egg). Cornsilog is a variation of tapsilog, a favorite Filipino breakfast dish.

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10. Hotsilog

(Filipino)

Hotsilog is a Filipino dish composed of fried hotdogs, sinangag (garlic fried rice) and itlog (fried egg). Hotsilog is a variation of tapsilog a favorite Filipino breakfast.

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11. Embutidosilog

Embutido Silog (Filipino)

EmbutidoSilog is a Filipino dish composed of embutido (Filipino meatloaf), sinangag (garlic fried rice) and itlog (fried egg). EmbutidoSilog is a variation of tapsilog, a favorite Filipino breakfast dish.

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12. Tuyo And Egg

(Filipino)

Tuyo and Egg is a Filipino dish that combines Tuyo (Salted dried fish), fried eggs and tomato.

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13. Daing Na Bangus

(Filipino)

Daing na Bangus is Milkfish (bangus) marinated in vinegar, garlic, salt, and pepper and fried.

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14. Danggit

Tuyo, Tuyô, Bilad (Filipino)

Danggit refers to dried fish (sun-dried or sun-baked) from the Philippines. Fish prepared as daing are usually split open (though they may be left whole), gutted, salted liberally, and then sun and air-dried. There are also "boneless" variants which fillets the fish before the drying process. It was originally a preservation technique, as salt inhibits the growth of bacteria, allowing fish to be stored for long periods of time.

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15. Dilis

(Filipino)

Dilis (anchovies) are consumed a lot in the Philippines.

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