ULIKBÂ (烏雞肉), native black chickens in Indung Kapampángan that have become rare due to over consumption. Their black meat is said to be medicinal and often cooked as a soup with ginger or TINÓLA or with SÍBUT (四物). Old Kapampángan writers, including Kapampángan gourmand and historian, Mariano A. Henson, wrote about them.

Mánákit kó pang manuk a ULIKBÂ? Átakman yu né ing TINÓLANG ULIKBÂ?

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