Press Release Summary: Among the many popular dishes here in the Philippines, the Philippine Lechon is considered to be the most popular among the Filipinos.
Press Release Body: Have you ever experienced the blissful feeling that only a Philippine Lechon can impart? If not then that means that you've never been in the Philippines for too long to experience the many festivities on the Philippines. Among the many popular dishes here in the Philippines, the Philippine Lechon is considered to be the most popular among the Filipinos. The Philippine Lechon is popular Filipino cuisine in the Philippines that are commonly reserved only for special occasion such as festivities or celebrations. The name Philippine Lechon is a Spanish word meaning suckling pig. A suckling pig is a piglet that is killed between the ages of two to six weeks and traditionally roasted. And like the Philippine Lechon, it is also usually reserved for special occasions. But unlike a suckling pig, a Philippine Lechon is usually a whole roasted pig. A Philippine Lechon also involves chicken or cattle aside from pig. The process of Philippine Lechon involves the whole pig/piglet, chicken, or cattle/calf being slowly roasted over charcoal. A Philippine Lechon is usually cooked during national festivities (known as fiestas), the holiday season, and other special occasions such as weddings, graduations, birthdays and baptisms, or family get-togethers. In festivities or celebrations, the Philippine Lechon is usually the main highlight and the most popular dish in the event. A Philippine Lechon is commonly served with liver-based gravy or sometimes served Chinese style with steamed buns and a sweet plum sauce. Other versions of a Philippine Lechon include the Philippine Lechon kawali which is cooked in a large frying pan. Leftover Philippine Lechon can be easily recycled into another delectable dish, called Philippine Lechon paksiw. Philippine Lechon paksiw involves cooking the left-over Philippine Lechon by boiling it in vinegar or gravy making the meat moist and the skin very soft. So when you get a chance to experience the festivities here in the Philippines, then you should take advantage on it and get yourself on some of that scrumptious and tasty Philippine Lechon. If you want to know more about the Philippine Lechon and its prices, then visit the Express Regalo at www.expressregalo.com.