Ground meat (beef/pork) with diced vegetables in tomato sauce. Great as rice toppings and the intentional leftovers makes a delicious palaman (filling) for pandesal for breakfast or merienda.
In the Philippines, picadillo is called giniling the Tagalog word for 'ground', similar to the Spanish root word "picar," means "to mince" or "to chop".
Giniling is an all-time favorite ulam Pinoy that you can almost find everywhere. Most karinderias (next-door friendly neighboorhood food joints) and mall food court shops has it in their daily menu.comments powered by Disqus