How to cook kwek-kwekPublished: 30-Jul-2020 (06:57); Viewed: 683; Difficulty: 2 out of 10
Also you can use chicken or duck eggs, and it will called Tokneneng, but personally, I prefer to have kwek-kwek from quail eggs, because there is proper balance of egg itself and crispy batter.
You can cook kwek-kwek at home with very simple ingredients. Probably only local red colouring agent, used in Philippines can be difficult to find elsewhere, but it can be substituted by turmeric. Watch our video how to cook kwek-kwek and try it by yourself.
Deep fried food is very popular street food, because it is very easy to keep high health and safety standard in hot environment, by quick reheating of this food in oil immediately before serving.
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