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Kwek Kwek Kwek


These are quail eggs dipped in orange-colored flour then deep fried. I don't know why it's called kwek-kwek or what's the story behind the name. Kwek-kwek's are usually sold by street vendors near schools although some entrepreneurs brought the kwek-kwek to new heights and sold them in the fastfood areas located inside the malls. And who knows, maybe some chef is also preparing kwek-kwek in fine dining restos.


And this is how you eat the kwek-kwek. Dip it in sweet-spicy sauce first before plopping it in your mouth. Yum!

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