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Filipino Seasoning

Posted On January 8, 2017 at 10:19 pm by / No Comments

Filipino Spices & Condiments

Herbs and Seasoning Used in the Philippines

Salt in Philippine Cuisine

What makes a dish? It has to be the final touches!

Anyone can boil meat… A cook can immensely enhance that meat’s flavor with the right addition of salt and other seasonings!

Asin? The most common type of salt used in Philippine cooking is white rock salt. It’s added to everything — not just to dishes on the stove, it’s even a taste enhancer for fruits eaten raw like green mangoes and jicama (singkamas).

Salty Flavors

Fish sauce (patis), Fish/Shrimp Paste (bagoong), Soy Sauce (toyo)

Sour Flavors

From vinegar (suka), tamarind (sampalok), lime (calamansi)

Sweet Flavors

Sugar (asukal) and Banana Ketchup