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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

  1. 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…

  2. 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. 🙂

  3. 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!

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

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