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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Street Food

For us we call  these food street food or chichiriya. Some consider chichiriya as junk foods but as you look at it , our chichiriya are made by banana and cook as banana chips, yema which is cook from condense milk, pinato or peanuts cook with caramel and form it in balls. These are the most common chichiriya people would bring to the beach, swimming pool, if you travel you bring this food too, and other. Here are some photos.
                                           

This fried chicken feet we can only see at night. Before I do not eat this but when I tried the other day and it was fried not barbequed I kind to like it. Now I am craving lol!!

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12 comments:

i♥pinkc00kies said...

banana chips & peanuts cook with caramel :D

Tetcha said...

Yummy street foods! I haven't tried fried chicken feet, but we've tried adobong chicken feet, and they're delicious!

Winnie said...

Sounds great! Banana chips and peanuts with caramel - Yummy

Luna Miranda said...

yay for adidas!:p di ba parang kamay ng bata? hahahah
i love banana chips--broke a tooth last month for munching too many banana chips.

imriz said...

wow, i missed banana chips. i have a suki in the city for pasalubong items, peanuts, mais, pusit, chicharon. sarap!

Oggi said...

The fried adidas look so crunchy; I'd love to have some.:)

Iska said...

Wow adidas! It's been a while since I've had these cooked fried or something else other than dimsum style...

satria said...

hmm,..in Indonesia,.it names gorengan..very delicious eaten while warm

Dee said...

Would love to try the chichiriya!

maiylah said...

oh yes, i think our chichirya are relatively healthier...i am not that comfy eating those chicken feet but my father loves those however way you cook them! :)

thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, Manang Kim
andito ka sa 'Pinas? :)

maiylah said...

forgot to add:

Congrats on being this week's Featured in Food Friday player!
happy to be featuring your food post again! :)

Jessica Cassidy said...

Oh how I miss those chichiriya Sis :-) glad that you taste them back :-) sounds like you had a wonderful and fun vacation :-) Dropping by from Food Friday.

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