Odd and Funny Names of Real Filipino Foods
Yes, these food and dishes are real! Try them when you're in the country.
1. Menstruation Bread (Pan de Regla)
2. Body Odour Bread
It's called Pan de Putok in Filipino. It is a bit crusty on the outside and it has a cracked top with sprinkled sugar.
It's called Kulangot or Sundot Kulangot in Filipino. This is commonly sold up in Baguio. The taste is like a mix of sweet sticky rice and coconut jam. Simply break the pod and scoop it out.
4. Bloodied Soup
It's called Dinuguan in Filipino. It's actually pork blood stew. The recipe uses pork blood, pork belly, vinegar, and chili. It's a favorite dish that goes with either rice or Filipino steamed rice cake.
5. Beaten (Battered) Chicken
People know it's a well-known brand of footwear. At food stalls however, say Adidas and they know you mean barbecued chicken feet. It's a snack food, sometimes partnered with beer.