Philippine Cuisine

Sunday, April 03, 2011
Philippine cuisine

BALUT Soft-boiled eggs typical filipino (Vomit)

If a trip to the Philippines, apparently not complete if you have not ever tried a special food from the Philippines called Balut.

Balut are duck eggs aged well 18hari (21hari hatch) boiled half cooked, complete with its embryo. This is the exotic foods from countries the Philippines, may be the shadow of these foods makes you disgusted or nauseated, but not the case with the Philippine society. They usually eat rollicking bandaged after dinner by the wayside. Follow these tricks do not let the shadow of the duck embryo to haunt you: eat the dressing with a sprinkling of salt and pepper in a dark place!

How to eat is also unique. First, the first open end of the egg about half an inch in diameter. After that first drink the same water we drink martinis in a small glass.

 Please for who vacation in the Philippines trying to like what it bandage taste. They say that the dressing is the most delicious food properties: It is believed to increase sexual libido and high in protein.

They are common, everyday food in some other countries in Southeast Asia, such as in Laos and Thailand (where it is called Khai Luk), Cambodia (Pong tea khon in Cambodian), and Vietnam.


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