Food Trip Friday: Laing in 2 Ways

Laing in 2 Ways is made from taro leaves, pork, shrimp paste and coconut cream topped with adobo flakes, served original and crispy. Hubby liked the original version, while I preferred the crispy version.

Laing in 2 Ways

We had this at Mesa Filipino Moderne last February 2 during part 2 of my birthday celebration. Mesa Filipino Moderne is located at Level 2, Mega Atrium, SM Megamall.

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24 Responses to Food Trip Friday: Laing in 2 Ways

  1. It looks good..Happy FTF!

  2. That looks indefinitely yummy! Makes me want to eat your page up!:)

    Please check my FTF entry for this week: Overstuffed Tamago Nigiri
    Much ♥,
    Sassy Chef Recipes and Reviews

  3. Cecile says:

    yum! would like to try it, too!

  4. May kitchen blog ka na din pala ate. That looks tasty.

    Spice Up Your Life with some sisig, come and have some.

  5. kat says:

    Looks so good.

    Happy FTF.

  6. Mirage says:

    Never tried it crispy yet, but it looks yummy too!

  7. cheerful says:

    sounds interesting and delicious…would love to try it someday! happy Friday and happy cambodian new year! 🙂 –PinayMum – Mommy’s Life Around…!

  8. Hi ate, added na kita sa list, check mo na lang mwah!

  9. kitkatshome says:

    yum…i love adobo flakes…that is also my fave especially when me and my friends pig out…dapat yong flakes super crispy…but I prefer this on top of rice…hahaha…kakagutom..and kakataba…hahaha…

  10. imriz says:

    one of my favorite is laing, but was too laborious for me to try to cook it:)

    am following u thru GFC

  11. First, let me say Welcome and Thanks for joining us,secondly,I love your blog theme,so neat,lastly,I love Laing too,but I think I’ll be like your husband who prefer the original style. 🙂

  12. Luna Miranda says:

    i haven’t tried laing at Mesa. the one with adobo flakes sounds interesting.

  13. raya says:

    that looks yummy.. and thanks for taking to visit my salad entry! happy ftf!

  14. Hazelicious says:

    Looks delectable! Yummy to the tummy! Mine is up – My FTF Entry

  15. Jenn says:

    Which one is better, the regular or the crispy one? Parang parehong masarap eh!

    my Food Trip Friday post

  16. Mom-Friday says:

    Congrats on your new blog Tetcha!
    I don’t know how you and Pehpot do it, bilib ako sa juggling act niyo!

    And I like Laing by the way 🙂

  17. Joanna says:

    Oh, yummy! I’m not sure about the kids but I like Laing!

  18. Dhemz says:

    ayay! never pa akong nakatikim nang laing…mukhan masarap…sowe po sa late visit…thanks for dropping by!

  19. nuts says:

    this post makes me crave again for Laing.. so love!

  20. jane says:

    wow laing is my favourite! specially if it is very spicy!! i should try to cook one for my self very soon! started to crave for it now!

  21. Mommy Pehpot says:

    shucks it’s been a while since I had laing.. pero I want my laing not that spicy.. hindi ko kayang kainin pag sobrang anghang na..

  22. Thanks to my mother who comes from Bicol, I acquired a taste for laing. I really love it.

  23. Mon Espiritu says:

    You should try the Bikolano style 😀 You’ll love it 😀
    Bicol is the home of authentic laing not to mention hehe 😀

  24. Levy says:

    I love Laing, but I don’t like if it’s too spicy (di na makain). Sa picture mo, which one is the original version?

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