With each of our trips, we don’t lose our excitement over food, especially if it’s our first time to go somewhere. Aside from the places we can go, we will definitely be more looking to try some dishes. Iloilo City is one of the places you will definitely try to visit because of the dishes that originated here.
Iloilo City is also well-known for its delicious food. If you are amazed at the places where you will be even more amazed at the variety of dishes you will find here. There are many dishes you must try but you will be more amazed at the way they put and make a unique recipe for each dish.
Delicacies in Iloilo: The Top 3 Ilonggo Dishes That You Must Try.
Lapaz Batchoy is originated in La Paz Iloilo City. The most popular dish in Iloilo City. Contains pancit soup ingredients made of pork meat, crushed pork crackles, chicken stock, beef loin, and round noodles. Served piping hot so it will really warm your tummies. It originated in La Paz Iloilo City.
Pancit molo or also called Filipino pork dumplings comes from the Molo district in Iloilo City. Contains ingredients that can be mixed with pork, chicken, or shrimp wrapped in a wrapper with hot soup. Also one of the best that you can try if you also want to warm your tummy and you will be really satisfied with it.
KBL (Kadyos, Baboy, Langka)
KBL (Kadyos, Baboy, Langka) is one of the must-try dishes in Iloilo City. It’s so simple to make, when you taste it, you can’t imagine that it’s made with simple ingredients. Only contains the ingredients kadyos, baboy and langka, then you can just cook it in just one pot. With this sour broth, you will really enjoy the food, and will also warm your tummy.
We will also see in these dishes how they give uniqueness to each of the kinds of dishes that can be found in Iloilo City. That’s also one of the fun facts. Many kinds of dishes can see like this but they give each other a way to bring out and show their flavor.
Now, you have identified the three dishes that you can try in Iloilo City. That’s only three, try to explore more and you’ll be surprised at the more dishes you can try. So, if I were you, choose Iloilo City if you really want to warm your tummy on every trip.
Sheila is enrolled in Cavite State University - Main Campus to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She is passionate about writing and art, particularly music. It is because music is her greatest source of peace and allows her to express herself, she believes that writing our voices down while using melody is the most peaceful yet powerful method to do so.