Crispy Pata. PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF GOODAH!!!
Chunkier, saucier siopao
The siopao became a true merienda (snack) staple among Filipinos. Not only are these fluffy steamed buns stuffed with sweet and savory meat, they are also easy on the pocket and convenient to eat.
Knowing that what truly makes a good siopao is the meaty filling, Chinese food chain Chowking has given its best-selling Chunky Asado Siopao an even meatier and saucier upgrade.
Boasting more full-bodied roasted asado sauce and meatier pork chunks all inside a pillowy-soft steamed bun, Chowking siopao is a satisfying treat that won’t break the bank at P39 each. A three-piece takeout box goes for only P115.
Call #9-88-88 hotline, GrabFood, foodpanda and ChowkingDelivery.com.
Chunky Asado Siopao.
PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF CHOWKING
‘Corny’ snacks are Jolina’s choice
For celebrity Jolina Magdangal, who is also wife and mother to Pele (seven years old) and Vika (two years old), preparing the right kind of snack has always been a bit of an issue, especially with the busy schedule she keeps.
“It’s difficult sometimes,” says Jolina. As the newest face of Jolly Corn, she introduces us to a new snack alternative.
“The quick-to-open Jolly Corn is the perfect merienda treat: just open the tab, get a spoon and #MAISnack ka na!” Jolina quips.
Jolly Corn is not just enjoyed straight from the can, it can also be prepared in many ways: as dessert, part of a salad, or with your main dishes.
Some of the more popular recipes with Jolly Corn include Cheesy Corn, where cheese powder is sprinkled on warm Jolly Corn and eaten as snack; Mais con Yelo, a cold dessert using shaved ice and condensed milk; and Maja Blanca, a favorite Filipino dessert with coconut milk.
Buko salad and vegetable salad are also best prepared with Jolly Corn, and buttered corn with carrots is the perfect side dish.
Jolly Corn is available in all supermarkets, groceries, public markets, and convenience stores nationwide and on Lazada, Shopee, and Acemarket.ph. Follow Jolly Eats Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/JollyFoods for more information and recipes.
Jolly Whole Corn Kernels.
PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF JOLLY CORN
Pinoy food hub rises
Comfort food, while best prepared at home, can also be found in a few popular places in the neigborhood.
“I love to cook. But sometimes, I can’t be bothered to do anything in the kitchen, especially since I live alone,” says Ray, a digital marketing creative for a medium-sized business in the metro.
These comforting, tasty and familiar meals are exactly what homegrown food chain store GoodAh!!! has been providing Filipinos for more than 30 years. The all-native restaurant popularized the now-iconic tapsilog in the Filipino vocabulary, and continues to serve hearty meals to everyone, while continuously elevating its menu.
Order anytime through GrabFood and FoodPanda. Branches in Sucat, Bicutan, Timog, and Granada offer delivery services.
PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF GOODAH!!!
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