Bottled Balut

A basket of balut from Pateros is part of our childhood memories. Today we still hear calls of “balut, penoy” from itinerant vendors or see them on street corners waiting for their sukis to come by. Foreigners are usually dared to try balut, with the flavorful broth and tasty meat, taken with a pinch of salt. Balut has also gone gourmet in three variants: in brine, caldereta and afritada.

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