BATANGAS GOTO

What To Eat In Batangas On Your Next Road Trip

There's more than just Barako coffee.
One thing you’ll notice when you make a trip to Lipa, Batangas is that there’s a quiet buzz in the city. Public transportation taking people to and fro, bakeries opening shop at the crack of dawn, people in constant motion, the whole ...

WATCH: How to Make Batangas-style Goto

If you love the goto served in Batangas, this is a recipe you can try at home.
If you haven't tried the goto that's served in Batangas, you might get surprised: it's not the same goto you're used to. The Batangas goto is not a rice porridge. It's actually a tripe soup made with beef and pork innards, beef shanks, ginger, ...

Batangas Goto is Not The Same Goto We Have in Manila

It’s a soup, rather than a porridge.
Goto, as most Metro Manila residents know, is a popular meal. Known under the umbrella term of “lugaw” which is most basic of the rice porridges found in the country, goto is variant of lugaw (congee) seasoned with a little ginger and patis ...

Craving for Batangas Goto? We Have a Home Cook-Friendly Recipe That You Need to Try

This Batangas goto recipe is 100% home cook-friendly—you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make it at home!
Batangas goto is a little different from the porridge-like ones that you’ve probably tasted. Batangas goto isn’t a congee; it’s a soup. The soup is flavored with onions, ginger, annatto powder, and has a base broth made by simmering tripe, intestines, liver, ...

Batangas Goto Recipe

Drown lots of steamed rice in this hearty, comforting soup!
This tripe soup that hails from Batangas is a little different from the regular goto. This version has tripe, intestines, liver, and beef shank in a broth flavored with onions, ginger, and annato powder. Serve this with lots of steamed rice!  ...
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