Tinapsilog refers to a one-dish meal  from the Philippines which includes Tinapa (smoked fish), Sinangag (Fried rice) and Pritong Itlog (fried egg ). Tinapsilog is coined from the three (3) foods that composed the dish : TINAP  from the word  TINAPa; SI from SInangag and LOG from the word ItLOG.  This one-dish mean fad started in the 20‘s when many small food shops offering this kind of meal spruced up around many big cities in the Philippines and the business boomed as this one-dish meal is quite cheap considering that it includes rice, egg and fish , a very convenient food.


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