7 LOCAL COMFORT FOOD FOR THE RAINY DAYS

7 LOCAL COMFORT FOOD FOR THE RAINY DAYS

We just got a call and received a news that there’s a typhoon approaching our country, and with that, we finally bid goodbye to our beloved tropical summer season, as we welcome the cold, rainy days of the year.

We feel you. The rainy days got us feeling like we just want to spend the whole day in our room, tucked in our blanket to binge watch our favorite series, and more often than not, during these times, you just want to eat your favorite comfort food to keep you company and warm while enjoying the sound of the pouring rain.

To help you decide which food to prepare during these times we have listed down our top 7 best rainy days comfort food to keep you warm, relaxed and cozy this season. Check it below and enjoy!

CHAMPORADO & TUYO

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Oh, the lovely aroma of cocoa and the thick blend of rice with milk and sugar to keep you warm this rainy afternoon. Paired with deep fried, crispy tuyo or anchovies. Cravings solved!

CHICKEN ARROZCALDO

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If you prefer a hearty bowl of porridge served with bits of garlic and tasty chicken meat. You may opt to have a serving of this casual and go-to comfort food during the cold season, the Chicken Arozcaldo. Best served with egg and fish sauce with calamansi, we’re pretty sure, a bowl is not enough!

CHICKEN SOTANGHON

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Just an option if you prefer an oriental treat. Tasty chicken stock best paired with a slice of egg , shredded chicken and crispy garlic on top. Yum!

SPICY BEEF NOODLES SOUP

Spicy Beef Noodle Soup, by thewoksoflife.com: image courtesy of www.theworksoflife.com

Thank the Chinese influencers for bringing them in our country. This spicy beef noodle soup recipe is surprisingly simple to prepare at home if you prefer something hot and perfectly umami! Best paired with siopao and siomai, try it!

LOMI

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The thick soup complementing the very fresh egg noodles served with crispy pork pieces, shrimp and vegetables. Need we say more?

BATCHOY TAGALOG

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Not everyone is familiar with Batchoy Tagalog, but this soup dish is one of the variants from the famous Filipino dish Batchoy. This one uses misua as the noodles and it has coagulated pork blood. A must-try!

GINATAANG MAIS AT MUNGGO

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If you prefer something sweet and milky, you might wanna prepare and try Ginataang Mais and Monggo. Just a perfect dessert/ comfort food during the rainy season!

 

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