Are you interested in trying out some western food but unsure if it is halal? Here we've compiled familiar recipes as well as different recipes from a variety of cultures for you to safely try and expand your tastebuds.
Always an impressive dish, a whole bird (eaten without the skin) provides plenty of protein, little saturated fat, and good amounts of B vitamins and zinc.
Juicy whole chicken roasted or cooked on a rotiserrie. It still remains a popular street food in the Phillipines. It's best to give time for marinating so that the flavour melds together. Serve it with lechon sauce.
A popular streetfood in the Phillipines, kwek kwek refers to the smaller quail eggs and tokneneng is for the larger chicken eggs. These hard-boiled eggs are dipped in orange coloured flour batter and deep fried then served with sweet sour sauce.
Kanom Krok is an ubiquitous street snack made in the cast iron kanom krok pan. This version is rich, custardy and consistent. Recipes vary wildly, but this one works every time. More important than the recipe, though, is having a seasoned pan and even heat. I use a charcoal brazier, but you can use a gas burner that is wide and has a low temperature setting.
This sweet coconut stuffed pancake roll is usually served as a snack at teatime. It is also known as Kueh Ketayap.