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This is a spicy vegetable dish with black snails, tengang daga (mushroom), bamboo shoots and chilli. It is served as an appetizer or side dish.
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A popular Kalinga delicacy, inandila is a rice cake made from glutinous rice and coconut cream, wrapped in banana leaves, steamed and coated with muscovado.
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Kalinga’s version of dinuguan.
Hand-planted on the beautiful terraces of the northern Luzon, unoy is the precious red rice of the Kalinga. It is served during festivals and ceremonies and has a palatable flavour and aroma. The seeds are treasured family heirlooms.
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One should never leave Kalinga without tasting its delicious coffee. Kalinga coffee has a strong and sweet taste and freely given when you are in someone’s home.
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