Tasty Pinoy Takes On Torta for Your Quaran-time Meals!
Gari Sy Rivera | Apr 06, 2020
Torta- it’s good for breakfast, lunch, merienda, and even dinner! This all-around Filipino take on omelets is not difficult to cook: all you need to do is mix your favorite sahog (topping/ingredient) in whisked eggs and fry them on a hot pan! Filipinos truly find happiness in the simplest of things and their love for torta proves just that! Check these favorite torta types out for your next meal!
Tortang giniling is one of the, if not the most common take, on torta. Ground pork is what most opt to use -all you have to do is sauté it with onion, garlic, and tomatoes (for the extra flavor!) and scramble it up with eggs to fry. Serve it hot and fresh, kainan na!
This kind of Torta might just be the first thing that enters your mind when you hear “Torta.” Tortang talong may be slightly more difficult to make compared to others, but the effort of boiling, peeling and flattening the eggplant is all worth it for the final product! Pass the ketchup and dig in!
Tortang Corned Beef
Corned beef is such a go-to breakfast ulam, especially with eggs on the side, it’s no question as to why we love to cook it! This kind of omelet is common in western culture, but Pinoys and their culinary creativity mixes it up with different ingredients, such as onion springs, tomatoes, even hotdogs and potatoes!
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Speaking of potatoes, tortang patatas is the simplest yet truly enjoyable take on torta. Some prefer this over other types of tortas that involve various ingredients, and none of us would question why. It’s easy to make, and definitely easy to love!
Another quick and easy torta recipe is tortang tuna. Add the tuna in your mixed eggs and fry them right after, and you got yourself a super tasty, egg-cellent ulam! Some love eating this as a sandwich palaman (filling) as well, with their pandesals and hot cup of coffee for breakfast or merienda with the fam.