What is the typical Filipino breakfast? Fried garlic rice, dried fish, egg (sunny side up), tomatoes and coffee. If you do not eat dried fish, then you are just a half-blooded Filipino. lol! I am just kidding. If you do not like dried fish then you can have tapa (marinated beef), tocino (sweet cured pork) or longanisa (Filipinos’ native sausage). Below is an example of a typical Filipino breakfast. It is not only delicious, it is also easy peasy to prepare and cook. You will enjoy this meal more if you will not use spoon and fork. Just use for hand…hmmm….
For most Filipinos, having a heavy breakfast before leaving for work is important to be energized and prepared for a long day’s work. As they say, eat like a king on breakfast. Kain na po tayo!