Sunday, November 30, 2008

LongSiLog

As I bloghop early this week, I came across another food meme and thought it would be nice to fuse Filipino with Malaysian - a nice way to introduce some of Filipino cuisines to the world. =) Since Yummy Sunday doesn't have any theme for the foods posted, I just decided to join the meme and use LaPiS' themes as my guide.

LongSiLog



This week's Lasang Pinoy Sundays theme is "SiLog" - Sinangag and Itlog (fried rice and egg). For foreign readers, fried rice and egg is a typical Filipino breakfast, and although the rice and egg can already pass up as a meal in itself, oftentimes Filipinos still add something to that. The added food in the dish are mostly processed meats like hotdogs and hams, but sometimes we also use marinated or dried fried fish.

My choice of SiLog is the LongSiLog - Longganisa Sinangag Itlog (sausage, fried rice, and egg). When I was invited by my friend DeeJay to party because it was his last day of Bar Exams last September, the hotel served us this dish for breakfast. It was still way too early for breakfast - 5AM if I am not mistaken - because he had to be in De La Salle University at 6AM in time for the exams.

I liked the dish, although I didn't eat the yolk because it wasn't firm. I don't like the look, smell, and taste of runny, gooey egg yolks.

*** Jenn ***

17 comments:

lynlyn said...

wow! love that food for breakfast nakakagutom naman...

Melissa said...

I would love to have that for breakfast now. Yummy....

janet said...

hey gen,

hmmm... didn't know about the lasang pinoy meme before... but thanks for joining yummy sunday too... (i might join lasang pinoy too. hehehe)

i like longsilog too. and the egg is just perfect. i would have it that way. yummy!

♥peachkins♥ said...

sarap!

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Hope you can visit..

iska said...

i also say YUM to longsilog! :-)

mirage2g said...

I didnt eat rice for breakfast today, ayan nagutom tuloy ako!

Lynn said...

What can I say...I love silogs! All of them. :) I recently joined Lasang Pinoy too and I'm enjoying it.

chinois972 said...

Longsilog is a close second to tapsilog for me - though I like the skinless, hamonado kinds best.

Dines said...

Looks very yummy! I miss filipino food more now! Depending on how good the egg they cooked, the egg yoke when it's not fully cooked is supper yummy. But like what I've said, the egg's got to be really good... must be organic!

spiCes said...

longsilog i think is the most popular silog huh? but your added atchara makes this variation even better:)
LaPiS is here

Norm said...

love it jenn! sarap naman, that's my favorite breakfast when I was a student..

People with Cameras said...

I'm learning something new today, very cool :) This look delicious!

Ladynred said...

looks yummy to me! I'm hungry now!
Yummy Sunday

Ladynred said...

Sorry about the link:
Cooking and Baking

Thess said...

give me silog anytime of the day, yey!

my silog entry is here

Munchkin Mommy said...

sikat na sikat ang longsilog ah! :) ako naman, tosilog ang favorite ko. :D

Z'riz said...

Sarap Jenn....fave yan ng hubby ko...ako tocilog person.. or sometimes totapsilog...hahaha

Serving mine here

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Jenn, the Foodie


I come from a family who loves cooking and eating. I never had any formal training in cooking and that I taught myself how to cook based on the handed down recipes, but I could say that I can cook good food. In 2008, I started documenting my food trips for my travel blog, and since I have quite enough to start a food blog, might as well put all those food trips in one location. Thus, a food blog is born - thanks to the new Friendster Blogs. However, due to several problems, I was left with no choice but to pack bags again and move here instead. Here's the permanent address, promise! Enough talk, let the food trippin' begin! {Know More About Me}