Friday, August 31, 2007

Filipino Food at the Jesuit Roman Curia



This was shared by Fr. Joe Quilongquilong,SJ who resides at the General Curia of the Society of Jesus. Fr. Joe works as a Regional Secretary of the East Asia and Oceania Assistancy)

During summer (July to August) the Jesuit Curia Community gathers every two weeks (on a Saturday) for dinner at the terraza which is overlooking St. peter's Square and teh Vatican. The members of the community are asked to prepared the meal based on a particular menu. Last July 21, the Jesuits of #4 Borgo Santo Spirito in Rome had their first Filipino meal. Here's the menu Fr. Joe prepared:

ANTIPASTI

CHICHARON BABOY (Cotenna di maiale arrostita).
Ottimo per accompagnare birra or cocktail
LUMPIANG GULAY (Involtini di germogli di soia)


PIATTI PRINCIPALI
KANIN (Riso bianco non condito)
PANCIT CANTON (Noodles saltati alla cantonese)
(Uno dei piatti di noodles piu amati, nel quale gli spaghetti cinesi si accompagnano a verdure e carne. Ma la ricetta e tipicamente filippina e solo il nome si rifa alla citta di canton)
GUISADONG GULAY (Verdure lessate con gamberetti.

ADOBONG MANOK AT BABOY (Adobo di polio e maiale)

DOLCI

BIBINGKANG MALAGKIT (Torta di riso)

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