travel insurance protection insured trip abroad security

Author Topic: Native Bohol Foods  (Read 64985 times)

reyesryanmjaube

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 5
Native Bohol Foods
« on: March 23, 2009, 04:31:47 PM »
Hi! I was searching the net for information about Bohol foods and culture... Luckily i bumped into this site. I was hoping that you guys can help me out?

I'm a Culinary Arts student based in Manila. I was assigned so report on Bohol, focusing on its native foods. I searched the net, i browsed through our library but the information i got was very minimal. It wouldn't suffice.

Can anyone there help me? I need a lot of famous native Bohol dishes and any information regarding this.

I got something from another website that says:

"Quit popular food In Bohol on the street was the chicken barbecue and the rice called “Pusu” in local dialect it is the rice where contain on coconut leaves in triangle design and boiled.
Kinilaw – it is fresh fish sliced into pieces and mixed it w/ vinegar, onions, ginger and sometimes it also contains w/ coconut milk, also mixed it w/ salt and lemon, it is very much delicious .
Hinalang na Manok- combination of native chicken, mixed it w/ onion, ginger, pepper, Coconut Milk and red Hot chili.
Sinugba- it is grilled chicken, fish or pork."

And also, I read the article about the ube bieng a sacred food in Bohol. Thanks to the one who posted that here, that will be a great addition to my report.

So... Yeah. Any information that you can give to me regarding this topic will be very helpful. And don't worry, I wint forget to add this website and the contributors to the credits of my report.

Thanks in advance!

Oh, and by the way... I will present this, this coming wed... So... Yeah I'm already on the state of panic.

-Ryan


simplylee

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 1214
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2009, 04:58:48 PM »
puto maya ( glutenous rice cooked in coconut milk, ginger, with small amount of salt  and sugar) this food should be steamed
sekwate ( hot chocolate drink made from cocoa beans)

i hope this will help a little :)
I am not the center of my life but knowing the plan of GOD for me is....
binisaya nga bible study is available sa www.gcc.com.ph


reyesryanmjaube

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 5
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2009, 05:18:30 PM »
thank you for that information.

More please :)


hofelina

  • DONOR
  • GURU
  • *****
  • Posts: 10009
  • Always look at the bright side of life!
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2009, 07:45:01 PM »
nilusak! details later I have to go to work.


simplylee

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 1214
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2009, 08:22:44 PM »
kamote/gabi galanggalang - flat formed shreded kamote or gabi deep fried in cooking oil
                                             sprinkled with white sugar
                                             
I am not the center of my life but knowing the plan of GOD for me is....
binisaya nga bible study is available sa www.gcc.com.ph


reyesryanmjaube

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 5
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2009, 09:50:42 PM »
I'm doing the report right now. Sadly, i have yet to satisfy my own craving for information. I need more. I'm sorry if i sound a little bit demanding... I'm just desperate to finish my report.

Thanks for those who suggested already. I already placed them in my powerpoint presentation.

Thanks again and sorry.


Raquelproud boholana

  • LUMINARY
  • ***
  • Posts: 5113
  • mother of 4
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #6 on: March 23, 2009, 10:00:17 PM »
Binagow-made of dried grated cassava usually cook in clay pot half filled with water in short term steam cooked.
Salbaro-cassava chips.made of grated dried cassav also
Siakoy-made of flour dough,deep fried and sprinkle with sugar

Tinula-native na sa Bohol kay ang Bol-anon pakisabaw pakibahug.
"We may be surprised at the people we find in heaven. God has a soft spot for sinners. His standards are quite low"---Bishop Desmond Tutu

Lazada.com.ph Search ProductsBooking.com Hotel Search | SitemapRSS Feeds


reyesryanmjaube

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 5
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2009, 10:47:09 PM »
Thanks for the info. And... Sorry, i can't understand your dialect. I don't know what you said the last line of your post. Sorry.

Koddi Prudente

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 2506
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2009, 11:57:40 PM »
1.   Binagow - steamed grated cassava; plain, with brown sugar, or with brown sugar and strips of young coconut / 2. Maruya - deep-fried ripe "saba" banana, cut lengthwise to near base and spread to form a fan; sometimes dredged in flour before deep-frying / 3. Tinunlob - unripe "saba" banana thinly cut lengthwise and sundried; tied together like a lei or necklace using coconut midrib before dipping into boiling pineapple juice; now that carabao-drawn sugar extractors no longer exist, brown sugar is used / 4. Kalamay - ground sticky rice mixed with brown sugar and, sometimes, peanut; referred to as THE Boholano delicacy or "pasalubong" / 5. Dinumogan - mashed ripe "saba" banana wrapped in banana leaf; sometimes with "buko" strips / 6. Alupe - a mixture of milled rice, sugar and "buko" strips / 7. Binaki - milled corn mixed with sugar and wrapped in corn husk / 8. Nilusak - unripe or half-ripe "saba" banana, boiled, pound or mashed, and formed into big round tablets, with or without sugar, usually with grated coconut / 9. Pakumbo - long "buko" strips dipped in latik and formed into spirals / 10. Tira-tira or Balikutsa - coconut milk and sugar boiled until viscous and formed into tablets or rolls / 11. Galang-galang - shredded sweetpotato, palaw and other suitable root crops formed into balls and flattened before deep-frying, and sprinkled with white sugar / 12. Halang-halang - finely chopped bony parts of the chicken (like neck, backbone, etc.) cooked in coconut milk mixed with spices including a lot of ginger or chopped native pepper, the small and hot variety called siling kulikot / 13. Humbang nangka - unripe jackfruit chops cooked in coconut milk made spicy by ginger strips and achuete, made even more delicious if mixed with "pinikas nga bulad" or slices of dried fish / 14. Kinamunggayang Bulinaw - fresh anchovy or "dilis" cooked in boiling water, salted to taste, and mixed with a lot of Moringa ("kamunggay", Visayan for "malunggay") leaves / 15. Dayok or Dajok - fermented fish intestines, roe and other entrails, with strips of garlic / 16. Las-ay nga Kabaw - carabao meat soup made more flavorful with just salt, ginger and young mango leaves / 17. Dinudog - squash porridge, consumed as either soup (with coconut milk and salt) during a meal, or as snack beverage (with coconut milk and sugar) / 18. Kinilaw nga Amba'ang - salad with the local spongy seaweed called amba'ang as main ingredient / 19. Kinatloan - flour-based butter-and-egg delicacy formed like bracelets / 20. Tajada - another flour-based toasted cookie, best with hot coffee.  SORRY, MARAMI PA, PERO MASAKIT NA MATA KO. I SUGGEST YOU CLASSIFY THEM INTO SNACK FOOD, MAIN DISH, OR MEAL APPETIZER.                                    

Koddi Prudente

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 2506
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #9 on: March 24, 2009, 12:03:47 AM »
Ryan, I hope this modest contribution of mine was able to meet your own deadline to also beat that of your professor's.

raldampong

  • INTERN
  • **
  • Posts: 692
  • Kon dili karon, anus-a pa man.
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2009, 01:20:30 AM »
Dinuguan or sampayna, Balbacoa, Hinilisan, Kusahos, Karlan nga guinisa, Manok nga Kinalabuhan, Binotongan nga Kamongay, Binitongan nga Kalabasa, Binotongan nga Alimango, Utan nga Nangka nga sabakan ug Baboy. Baboy nga Guinantesan (blackbeans), Sinugba nga panit sa Kabaw.

Sinunuban nga Manok sa kalabo, Sinunuban nga Manok nga dunay Siwetes, Nangka nga Humba nga dunay sewetis.

Sinuban nga Hawan nga may kalamongay.
Mid pleasures and palaces thought we may roam. Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home. - John H. Payneh

Lazada.com.ph Search ProductsBooking.com Hotel Search | SitemapRSS Feeds

grazie7y

  • EXECUTIVE
  • GURU
  • *****
  • Posts: 19773
  • Aya san, rest in peace. I will always miss you...
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #11 on: March 24, 2009, 03:30:00 AM »
How about peanut kisses, are these delicacies shaped in miniature chocolate hills originally from Bohol?  It's made of egg white, sugar, a little salt, vanilla and of course, peanuts.
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.
Would you like to stand out from the crowd? Get a FREE personalized Tubag Bohol Email NOW. Get Free Email Here

Bad Godesberg

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 490
  • LIFES CHALLENGES ARE DESIGNED NOT TO BREAK US
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #12 on: March 24, 2009, 04:56:38 AM »
kalamay ... original sa Bohol.  :P   :P   :-*



famous "pasalubong" in Bohol.

+JLY
LIFES CHALLENGES ARE DESIGNED NOT TO BREAK US
      BUT TO BEND US TOWARD GOD.
      in every desert of trial
     GOD has an oasis of comfort. 
+JLY 
Ellen Poquita Racela

kiris

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 91
  • Bo Go Ship Da
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #13 on: March 24, 2009, 06:12:20 AM »
nilusak
'Stercus pro celebro habetis, Nos Mortem, Vermi no vora fama. Vermi vora humae'

hofelina

  • DONOR
  • GURU
  • *****
  • Posts: 10009
  • Always look at the bright side of life!
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #14 on: March 24, 2009, 06:54:38 AM »

This foto is throught the courtesy of Asianfairy.

Nilusak is a pounded cooked banana mixed with grated coconut.

ps
huli naba?

reyesryanmjaube

  • STUDENT
  • *
  • Posts: 5
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #15 on: March 25, 2009, 07:22:02 PM »
Guys, thank you all to those who contributed. My chef instructor really liked my report, especially the part about the ube being a sacred tuber.

Thank you all. Hope to visit this site again in the future :)

hofelina

  • DONOR
  • GURU
  • *****
  • Posts: 10009
  • Always look at the bright side of life!
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #16 on: March 25, 2009, 07:35:00 PM »
You´re welcome, try to come yourself to Bohol to taste these delicacies. God bless.

Manay

apothecary

  • INTERN
  • **
  • Posts: 550
  • Ana baja sija, ana baja gajung jawa-jawaa
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #17 on: March 25, 2009, 08:37:21 PM »
Theres something about the Boholano humba nga baboy that stands out.

Its sweet after taste and the propensity of the people to put in fried ripe saba or sarabia as meat extender is brilliant.

"If you can't convince them, confuse them."

Koddi Prudente

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 2506
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #18 on: March 25, 2009, 10:27:53 PM »
Kalamay trivia:

Jagna-made kalamay is produced in Barangay Can-upao only.  So, when you go to BQ, look for the seal with the Can-upao mark.  Notice that the cocoshells used in Jagna are small. It is because they are bought from Misamis Occidental where certain coco varieties have small "bagol". Most of the varieties in Bohol have big cocoshell. Using them would mean an expensive but less saleable product.  Most kalamays sold at the Tagbilaran port are made in Alburquerque. Those at Tubigon pier are also made in Alburquerque, but some Tubignons are now producing kalamays in their hometown.  Packaging kalamay in plastic canisters is a recent trend triggered by the unavailability of small cocoshells. I tried eating one made in Alburquerque and it tasted real good. Also, it did not harden when placed inside the fridge.         

willmerit

  • EXPERT
  • ***
  • Posts: 3621
  • smile!
Re: Native Bohol Foods
« Reply #19 on: March 26, 2009, 02:44:19 PM »
asa may mas lami ang alburquerque made or ang can-upao made?

 

Latest Topics

DOE’s Fuel Economy Run Highlights Vehicle Efficiency by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 07:49:17 PM]


Uber Hacked by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 05:36:00 PM]


Ray Allen Victim of Catfishing by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:49:31 PM]


Why Robots Should Be Banned by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:46:50 PM]


Twitter on Solar Eclipse by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:44:51 PM]


Vogue Dubai, UAE by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:42:55 PM]


Yemen's Civil War by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:37:14 PM]


Bus Accident in Mississipi City by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:32:46 PM]


GOP cure for "Obamacare" by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:30:32 PM]


Killing of Kim Jong Nam by MIKELIGALIG.com
[Yesterday at 03:28:03 PM]

ESET Antivirus and Internet Security for Mac computers and laptops - Save 25%
Mobile View
SimplePortal 2.3.7 © 2008-2017, SimplePortal