Saturday, March 8, 2008

Kwek Kwek: A geat Filipino Finger Food

“Kwek-Kwek” is one of the famous Filipino street foods and has been popular because of its awesome and unique taste that most Filipino people love. Anywhere in our country, you will see vendors who sell various types of street foods and one of which is “kwek-kwek.”

The “kwek-kwek” is composed of a 16-18 days old egg or what they called “balut” (with a chick inside the egg) or “penoy” (without chick inside) in which it is dipped into the flour and fried. It has also what we called a side dish of sea weeds or cucumber that makes it more delicious to eat. For most foreigners, “kwek-kwek” is very disgusting to eat but for almost Filipino, it is the best.

If you don’t have enough money to buy a viand, well “kwek-kwek” is a great alternative. You will just have to have seven to eight pesos in order to buy one piece of it and your empty stomach will be fed. This affordable, unique, and delicious finger food will also help those people who have low-blood pressure to increase their blood pressure to the normal point. It was not yet really emphasize by medical doctors but really I heard a lot of stories about it. To end, “kwek-kwek” is a simple and unique finger food for everybody to taste. It even helped those scarce people to believe to its financial means.


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