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Barbecued balonbalonan ng manok, or chicken gizzards, is a popular streetfood in the Philippines. Sold in roadside stalls along with barbecued chicken feet, pork ears and isaw (intestines), it is a favorite finger food that goes well with beer. I find them too tough though. So, I did a home-cooked version–definitely more tender and tastier. …

Barbecued balonbalonan ng manok, or chicken gizzards, is a popular streetfood in the Philippines. Sold in roadside stalls along with barbecued chicken feet, pork ears and isaw (intestines), it is a favorite finger food that goes well with beer. I find them too tough though. So, I did a home-cooked version–definitely more tender and tastier. …

"isaw" or chicken intestines is a common street food in the Philippines. It is prepared by cleaning the intestinges off its content, skewered and barbequed (some cook it by frying), and then dipped into condiments like vinegar mixed with spices, sweet and sour sauce, or sweet and spicy sauce. It has a very crisp, smoky taste. Yummy!

"isaw" or chicken intestines is a common street food in the Philippines. It is prepared by cleaning the intestinges off its content, skewered and barbequed (some cook it by frying), and then dipped into condiments like vinegar mixed with spices, sweet and sour sauce, or sweet and spicy sauce. It has a very crisp, smoky taste. Yummy!

Grilled Isaw or Inihaw na Bituka ng Baboy is pig’s large intestine boiled until tender then grilled.

Grilled Isaw or Inihaw na Bituka ng Baboy is pig’s large intestine boiled until tender then grilled.

Isaw: A street food staple - grilled chicken intestines skewered on barbecue sticks. It is often dipped in vinegar infused with garlic and hot chili peppers. Perfect with an icy bottle of San Miguel Beer.

Isaw: A street food staple - grilled chicken intestines skewered on barbecue sticks. It is often dipped in vinegar infused with garlic and hot chili peppers. Perfect with an icy bottle of San Miguel Beer.

Street foods are both delicious and affordable. If you're a foreigner visiting the Philippines, do try them!

Street foods are both delicious and affordable. If you're a foreigner visiting the Philippines, do try them!

not MY barbequed chicken gizzards but come join our conversation on my FB page at www.facebook.com/throwcooking

not MY barbequed chicken gizzards but come join our conversation on my FB page at www.facebook.com/throwcooking

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