Filipino Breakfast

A Typical Filipino Breakfast

For most Filipinos, breakfast is one of the most important meal since it gives them the needed energy to help them stay active and alert for the entire day.

A Typical Filipino Breakfast for Pinoy students who have no time to cook consist of eating pandesal with strong kape or coffee, orange juice, or steaming Lipton Tea.  A Pinoy Student usually eat a typical Pinoy Style Breakfast before he or she goes on with his daily routine in the morning before heading out for school.

Sinangag or fried rice with garlic is a must in every Filipino Breakfast.  Sinangag is what gives the Filipinos the much needed energy for an entire day of work.

Silog – Combinations of Filipino Breakfast Dishes

These Filipino Breakfast Food consist of fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and meat on the side.  Pankaplog is a slang term referring to a breakfast consisting of pandesal, kape (coffee), and itlog (egg).  Here are the different kinds of Silog:

  • Hotsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and hotdog
  • Bangsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and bangus or milkfish
  • Dangsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and danggit
  • Spamsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and SPAM
  • Adosilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and adobo
  • Chosilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and chorizo sausage
  • Chiksilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and fried chicken
  • Cornsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg and corned beef
  • Litsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg with litson
  • Longsilog – fried rice or sinangag with sunny side-up egg with longganisa

Longsilog FIlipino Breakfast

Filipino Breakfast Fruit

Filipinos who are diet conscious would prefer eating fresh fruits, crunchy cereal, tasty oatmeal, or even an appetizing vegetable salad for Filipino Breakfast.  Watch this very healthy Filipino Breakfast Recipe of Steamed Tilapia with Sweet Mango Salsa.

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