Isaw street foods

Because today is summer, they have many street vendors you seen in the street, like isaw vendor, halohalo vendors, palamig vendors and a lot more. All of this is very popular in the Philippines specially isaw. Isaw is a street food from the Philippines; it’s made from barbecue pig or chicken intestines. The intestines are cleaned, turned inside out, and cleaned again, repeating the process several times. Aside from the intestines they have a skin or taba ng baboy, dugo and chicken heads (ulo ng manok). They are then either boiled, then grilled, or immediately grilled on sticks. They are usually dipped in vinegar with onions, peppers, and other spices then eaten. They are usually sold by vendors on the street corners in afternoons.

Because my neighbor is a vendor of isaw, I also bought her every afternoon because I like the taste of her sauce and suka or vinegar. The one stick of isaw (intestines) is cost of 5 pesos only, taba is 10, heads of chicken is 10, blood (dugo) is 5 only and hotdog is cost of 12 pesos. My neighbors have many costumers just because of the good taste of sauce and vinegar because this is the one important in isaw foods. And today I seen her additional products they have fried rice. My hubby tried to bought taba and hotdog with fried rice. Actually this is our dinner time hehe, so success. I know some of you are like to eat isaw because this is very affordable and have a good taste.

 

 

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