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A Malabon specialty, our patis (fish sauce) is homemade and msg-free and yes, made with purong dilis so you’ll be getting all the fishy goodness with every drop! It’s perfect for this month’s recipe too! 🙂 Email us for orders!
This month’s recipe is a quick and easy way to enjoy chicken! This recipe is fairly easy to make and can be quickly added into your roster of recipes. Using basil and a few asian staples (we get to use our homemade Patis (fish sauce) for this recipe!), this chicken recipe will definitely make your mealtime a lot more spicy and delicious!
Locally known as “Patis“, fish sauce is used as a cooking ingredient or a condiment in the Philippines, is usually a byproduct of the fermentation process when creating bagoong. It’s a popular ingredient for most Asian dishes, and the Philippines has made it into a daily staple on their tables.
A recipe that’s so EASY to make you’ll be wondering why you haven’t done it before! Rice is a staple for many Filipinos, and this recipe is an easy and delicious way to spice up a household staple.
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PLEASE NOTE: As these are homemade, we request that orders must be placed at least two (2) days before pick-up date to ensure that we can provide you with your order.
Here’s this month’s recipe to try! Pinakbet, a dish from the northern regions of the country, is made from mixed vegetables steamed in fish or shrimp sauce. While the usual recipe requires pork belly, we’ve switched up the meat with seafood for a healthy but still tasty alternative!
A twist to a Filipino classic, this dish uses seafood instead of the usual meat ingredient. Our bagoong is the perfect condiment to this dish, as it adds the salty factor to the dish while complimenting its nutty taste.