Pinoy summer delicacies

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Napa kainit ng panahon sa pilipinas lalo na tuwing summer kahit nasa silong ka ng sarili mong pamamahay ay ramdam mo pa din ang init na binubuga ni haring araw. ang pinoy ay mahilig sa mga kung ano anong klase ng pag kain kaya nga tayo lang yata sa buong mundo ang merong halo halo, masi con yelo, saging con yelo at iba pa.talagang pasok sa panlasang pinoy ang halo halo lalo na't napakainit dito sa atin sa pilipinas kaya wala nang tatalo pa sa binibigya ni tong lamig na nagmula sa yelo kinaskan , kaaya ayang amoy ng pinipig at tamis ng pinag halo halo sangkap isipin nyo kunwari kayo ay pagod na pagod o kaya pawis na pawis dahil sa init at may makita kayo nag titinda ng halo halo at sa tingin nyo ang gagawin nyo, kung ako bibili agad ako para maibsan na init sa katawan ko lalo na pag dumampi na bibig mo ang unang subo mo ng napakalamig na halo halo

Halo-halo (from "halo" = mix) is a favorite Filipino dessert or snack. It is basically a mixture of sweet preserved beans(red beans, chick peas), coconut meat (macapuno), jackfruit (langka), pounded dried rice (pinipig), sweet yam (ube), cream flan (leche flan), shreds of sweetened plantain (saba), filled with crushed ice, milk (or coconut milk) and topped with ice cream. The halo-halo basically is sweet, creamy, and a filling dessert.

This Filipino concoction is quite popular during the hot summer months (march - june) in the country, just as ice cream is. it usually served in tall, clear glasses that show its colorful contents that tempt one's taste buds. One's thirst is even made worse by the perspiring ice-filled glass, and the melting ice cream on top
Before the halo halo landed on the malls it was commonly hawked on wooden or
metals stand on the road sides it was considered a summer treat

3 comments for this post

buti nalang at hindi ako nagdidiet, kaya pinagpatuloy ko ang pagbabasa, he he he

Posted on April 7, 2009 at 5:38 PM  

thanks for the recommendation, I don't have many experience in this food type, you know, I eat Chinese, Japanese, and Taiwanese food, but never Filipino foods.

Posted on April 20, 2011 at 5:10 AM  

I am very glad to see such information; resources like the one you mentioned here will be very useful to us. This is very nice one and gives in-depth information.

Posted on July 23, 2012 at 3:17 PM  

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