McCormick, your partner for your foodie flavor in your cooking just come up a brand new product that can let you cook these popular Asian noodles in a fast and easy step, according to them, when you use their McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix, the time to cook them is just 30 minutes.
Well for us men, this is a McGuyver thing, because we want a fast paced with short cut to cook our meals. Finally, I can now make my own Chap Chae at home without doing a chemical laboratory practice to get the right taste.
To launch the “McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix” and introduce it to the general public, McComick Philippines invited everyone to a free admission foodie adventure event in BGC Central, to give you the foodies a chance to taste test and try their latest product.
At the Flavor Nation Festival event for the McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix, they invited the hottest chef of the city to join with them to offer the best recipe meal of their restaurant and also invite more chefs to cook the noodles with the McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix.
The McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix comes in 5 kinds of sachet.
It’s a sachet with mix plus noodles, so don’t have to worry to hunt for the perfect noodles because you can get the right noodle when you buy one sachet of McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix.
Flavors available are: Birthday Noodles, Chap Chae and Laksa
also included Pad Thai and Palabok.
(Buti sinama yung pinoy pancit natin )
Each recipe will require you to cook it in around 30 minutes, plus it will require you to add 2-3 ingredients to add more flavor and also stuffings for your tummy.
Masarap sa noodles yun may laman seafood, karne at iba pa.
McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix is truly an awesome kitchen innovation, if you want to try it, then grab one in any leading supermarket and grocery nationwide.
To know more, just visitwww.mccormick.com.ph www.facebook.com/friendsandflavor
Photos from the McCormick Flavor Nation Festival
Kudos to this chef for cooking my fave Laksa.
Take note: masarap ang Laksa pag umaabot sa ilong ang lasa at spice
I forgot to visit this booth, they sell the seasoning mix and I forgot to ask how much it is.
Btw, Thanks to McCormick for sending me some sampler of their seasoning mix. I will let my wife try and cook it this weekend.
Cooked with the McCormick Noodle and Seasoning Mix. Its good and better than the one in Bon Chon (for me they got the best in fast food level)
at the booth, I tried Sabrina Artadi’s cooked Laing with cumin and sisig
Im a fan of her show….also her son Basti Artadi of Wolfgang, and also Im a fan of her cooking
Ang sarap nito grabe.
Its not your ordinary laing.
But its so good when added with green mangoes and cumin.
I visited the Ilustrado restaurant booth, and there I got awakened by their Callos and Paella.
OMGGGGG Its one of the best callos that I tasted in my life.
I will visit them soon in Intramuros for my next foodie adventure
Lechon at Café Bola
Rosemary iced tea
Masarap din ito. very refreshing… Lace, can we make one at home ?? pls.
I bought this Grapes shaved ice delight at Marmalade Kitchen at PHP 120
Chef Bernice Pimentel of Ilustrado restaurant.
Im not a converted fan…… I always visit Barbaras, but I didn’t know that Ilustrado cooks the best pinoy food in Intramuros.
Our table at the McCormick Flavor Nation
Here’s my food monster family – Lace and Ash
And that’s me!!! at the photo op booth ahhahah
Thanks everyone for reading my blog
Pls do check our McCormick’s new product…its really an awesome food innovation and
We need this more in our kitchen to bring us more convenience to cook our fave noodles.