Recipe from the Philippines

The first day we arrived a family from the school took us out to dinner, and in that post, I could not remember where we had eaten.  I found it again.  We ate at a chain called Mang Inasal.  Inasal is a type of BBQ chicken.  It’s delicious.

What we had was a chicken leg quarter, sauced, BBQed, and grilled on a stick. The rice is measured out in a round, flat disc about 2 inches thick.  You can order ‘unlimited rice,’ and they just keep coming around giving you more, or you can stick to one serving.

 

The chicken is delicious, and the flavor is compatible with western tastes, so you really cannot go wrong with it if you want to try something authentic, but not too daring.

davao-diary-mang-inasal-chicken-on-stick

Okay, the baby peppers might be a tiny bit daring.  They are deceptively flavorful, by which I mean spicy.

There’s a recipe here.

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