Locales in Sagada told us that we should try their Pinikpikan. And so, Yam and I took the opportunity to taste it. Pinikpikan is a very tasty chicken dish from the Cordilleras. Originated its flavor from the coagulated blood, burned feathers, and Etag, a cured and aged meat. It’s like tinola with a twist.
Yam tried the Pinikpikan (sorry I forgot to take a picture of it), while I tried the fried one. The meat is so flavorful, you can partner it with brown rice. Brown rice is the rice most served in Sagada 🙂
May you receive your blessings,