Sunday, 29 November 2015
Food on Wheels; Deepfried goodies at Panagsama Beach in the Philippines
It's been a while since I posted on the Food on Wheels series, but we're back again with a new blog; Food on Wheels; Deepfried goodies at Panagsama Beach in the Philippines, which is near Moalboal.
The lack of new updates is mostly due to the fact that it becomes more difficult to find original and/or new ideas on how to use the food on wheels option.
It's easy to post every month the same pictures over and over again, from a fruit seller for instance on his motorbike, but I rather look for something new or refreshing.
A very small version of a Food on Wheels vehicle, with a small work area for the sales person, it's all condensed onto small platform
This post is possibly not exactly the most refreshing or original Food on Wheels option out here in South East Asia, but it's the first deep frying sales person I see in the Philippines, hence, it was time to take pictures and post here.
Only 4 or 5 options to choose from
There are only 4 or 5 things for sale, all deep fried and they are cheap as well, 8.-PHP per piece. Not very healthy and not my choice (anymore) but she seemed to be doing good business.
Ngohiong and siomai are on the menu!
The few options are also new to me, ngohiong is a coconut based kind of spring roll and the siomia is very garlicy, a steamed pork dumpling (pretty well known all around South East Asia). the meatballs speak for itself, just as the korn. Fish dumplings can also be ordered.
A side view on the dumplings cooker and the other side has the frying pan
It makes me happy that I can continue with the Food on Wheels series again and I hope you enjoyed this entry and when in the Philippines, try this stuff out!