Tag Archives: bottled

Bottled Adobo Pate – Another Pinoy Bottled Gourmet for Gifts or Selling

Adobo Pate - for your Christmas Menu -Bottled Gourmet Fift

Bottled Adobo Pate I’m so glad to have discovered this recipe, courtesy of Chef Myrna Segismundo, as part of her Christmas menu, to add to my Gourmet Bottled Collection. As you might know, I am addicted to making bottled food that I share with friends and sometimes sells in the shop. I’m happy to share […]

Gourmet in a Bottle: Chili Garlic Oil Recipe

​Chili garlic is one of the greatest invention of men -next to electricity and only behind Penicillin. Or that may not be true but it’s true that there was a time when I couldn’t survive without chili garlic oil. I know that’s a bad habit. One that I’ve already corrected but once in a while, […]

Gourmet in a Bottle: Salsa Monja Recipe

Salsa Monja Recipe

Make this salsa monja recipe -a sauce cum side dish invented by the nuns in the Philippines. Perfect to pair with fish, meat, or just as a dip and relish! I swear I have not heard of Salsa Monja till my Gourmet in A Bottle session at The Maya Kitchen with Chef Mira Angeles of […]

Gourmet in a Bottle: How To Cook Baby Bangus Sardines For Selling

Baby Bangus Sardines in a bottle!

  Bangus is probably one of the cheapest fish in the market. The baby bangus, you can get for about P140 per kilo as opposed to other fish that might be as high as P180. That’s why it’s a mainstay in my weekly menu. And despite bones and all, we love Bangus. It’s tasty, flavorful, […]

Gourmet in A Bottle: Gourmet Tuyo Recipe -Step by Step Guide

gourmet tuyo step by step guide

Learn how to make Gourmet Tuyo Recipe with this step by step guide for selling and home use with a step by step guide. This is also a great Pinoy Recipe for Christmas gifts! Gourmet Tuyo is a uniquely Philippine cuisine and a staple for Filipino breakfast.  Jump to recipe.  One of the many #racket #kumikitangkabuhayan […]

Gourmet Tuyo Recipe

I discovered gourmet tuyo maybe about a decade ago. There was this one stall in Megamall that Paolo would delicately steer me out of every time were passing by. Its called Connies Kitchen and their bottled deli products are just to die for. I used to try and reverse engineer their products all the time. The bottled dulong, bottled daing, tinapa, bangus in corn oil, and of course, the gourmet tuyo.