When you’re preparing a pork dish, it’s important to choose the right cut of meat to go with it. Robina Farms Premium Fresh Meat offers a variety of meat cuts to suit your needs. But with so many different cuts available, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. To help you choose the right cut of meat for your recipe, here’s a handy guide with a few suggestions to get creative with your pork dish.
Robina Farms Premium Fresh Meat offers high quality pork, in a variety of meat cuts, to suit your needs.
One of the most common and versatile cuts of pork, kasim has layers of fat and litid, making it ideal for slow cooking and suited for most pork dishes like adobo, menudo, and sinigang.
Recipe Recs: Get creative with your pork shoulder by roasting it whole on low heat for an extended period of time. With layers of fat keeping it moist, cooking it low and slow allows the flavors to seep in, resulting in the perfect roast for pulled pork. Continue reading “Robina Farms Premium Fresh Meat: Know your pork and how to cook it”
Home business owner took home HKD 13,000 for her signature recipe
In celebration of its 130th Anniversary, “Lee Kum Kee 130th Anniversary Recipe Contest” was launched in 2018 globally to look for the best recipe created with Lee Kum Kee sauces and condiments. The competition received close to 500 entries worldwide, of which 50 came from the Philippines. On January 22, 2019, a Prize Presentation Ceremony was held to award the country’s two regional winners.
Lee Kum Kee Philippines Business Manager Mr. Ryan Cruz, and sales managers Ms. Patricia Mejorada and Mr. Linus Reyes presents the prize to Ms. Venus Lorraine Moral, the Most Liked Recipe Prize winner
(L-R): Mr. Ryan Cruz, Ms. Venus Lorraine Moral, Ms. Patricia Mejorada, Mr. Linus Reyes
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When it comes to saucy and flavorful litson manok, there’s nothing like having Reyal on the dining table. Though unassuming in appearance, Reyal is something Filipino families love and look forward to for sauce-sulit, sauce-sarap litson manok. In two years’ time, it successfully captured the market’s appetite for roasted chicken that comes with a unique sauce.
In time for its second anniversary, Reyal is unveiling a new look for its brand, switching its bright yellow colors to a warm orange and changing its text logo to a much more striking cursive. The rebranding is definitely much saucy-er than ever, drawing attention to what they’re really known for — their signature litson manok sauce.
There’s no question how their sauce is well-loved by customers seeking affordable yet flavorful ulam for the family. It’s different from what Filipinos are used to when it comes to barbecued chicken. Instead of getting lechon sauce or toyomansi, customers get a sweet and spicy sauce that’s made with honey, chili oil and toasted garlic bits — ingredients that appeal to the Pinoy taste. Continue reading “Reyal: New Look, Same Sauce-Sarap, Sauce-Sulit Taste”