Tosilog refers to the Philippines' famous food combination made of Tocino (pork marinated in red sauce for TO of TOsilog), sinangag (fried rice for SI of ToSIlog) at itlog (fried egg for LOG of TosiLOG). Tosilog is usually eaten as breakfast food, but can also be eaten for lunch, dinner or snacks. Tosilog is one of the famous new type of food combinations which is now part of the Philippine cuisine.

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