Lechon of the Philippines

by Christine Layug - Date: 2008-11-28 - Word Count: 393 Share This!

Lechon is a dish popularity found on the country where it's founded, the Philippines. Philippines is among of the many Asian countries that holds some of the most delectable collections of dishes unique to its country, and lechon is one of them.

Lechon is the Spanish word for suckling pig. In the Philippines, it connotes a whole roasted pig, litsong baboy. Chicken and beef are also popular. Visit any In Lechon Philippine site to learn more of about the lechon

The popularity of Lechon in the Philippines had been proven because of a festivity in the province of Batangas in Balayan that is centered mainly on Lechons. The Parada ng Lechon is a festival held in the province of Balayan Batangas is centered on displaying whole roasted pigs or Lechon sporting different kinds of costumes such as a wearing a policeman's suit, barong, superman costume, and many more. Send lechon as gift with any <a href="http://www.expressregalo.com/lechontown.aspx">In Lechon Philippine</a> site.

But commonly, lechons are usually seen on any kind of festivies or occasions such as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, special gatherings, graduations, and many other occasions. The lechon is usually the highlight and the most popular dish of these events. It is usually served with a liver-based sauce. However, in some cases, it may be served Chinese style with steamed buns and a sweet plum sauce.

But because of the lechon's Hispanic decent, the dish is also popular in other countries other than the Philippines such as in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and many other parts of the Spanish-speaking world. But lechon is still Philippines' number one dish. See what any <a href="http://www.expressregalo.com/lechontown.aspx">In Lechon Philippine</a> site can offer on lechon.

The pig had always been the center of communal feasts in pre-Hispanic Philippines, and "lechon" is the normal manner it is prepared. The most popular restaurants specializing in lechon in Manila, the Philippines' capital, are Lydia's Lechon and Mila's Lechon. But nothing compares to lechon from Cebu. Some Manileños even order Lechon from Cebu days before their event and have the Lechon shipped via ship.

But other than ship, there are also other ways of buying lechon, such as in Express Regalo. Express Regalo is an online shops that offers a wide variety of gifts including foods such as the popular Lechon. For more information about this, visit Express Regalo at <a href="http://www.expressregalo.com">expressregalo.com</a>.

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