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Isabela also produces delicious native delicacies. In demand are the best tasting traditionally made rice cakes or “bibingka” of Ilagan, San Pablo, Echague, and Naguilian, and the much preferred “Pancit Cabagan” with savory toppings of crunchy meat, vegetable and quail egges.In addition are the delectable pasta and pizza of Echague’s Cafѐ by the Park, which is favorite of pasta lovers, and salted duck eggs from San Mateo.
The good news is that all these can be yours for the taking! Whether it is for personal pleasure or for your personal pleasure or for some worthwhile business undertakings, these exceptional ISABELA products are abundantly waiting for you! Visit Isabela today to see, taste and experience what Isabelinos have to offer!
Isabela is home to some of the most delectable and healthy snack foods: rice-mongo chips of Cabagan, San Agustin and Gamu. These yummy snack favorites will make you crave for more. In the town of San Pablo, fresh carabao’s milk are processed into delicious milk candies which are the much-sought after “pasalubong” to frequent visitors. Cabatuan’s delicious muriecos and special peanut-coated cookies, and best-tasting otap biscuit from Reina Mercedes are surely a big hit to food stuff lovers.
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