Humba, Spicy, Pininyahan, Sa Gata . . . Datu Puti serves adobo with a few twists in its new ‘Adobo Series’

Filipinos just can’t get enough of adobo, with nearly all regions in the country spawning their own unique variants of this vinegar-and-soy-sauce-laced comfort dish. Considered a strong contender for “pambansang ulam,” adobo teases one’s tastebuds with the enticing blend of sour, sweet, and savory, evoking both the simplicity and richness of Filipino cuisine. It has endeared itself with all manner of foodies and captured the hearts of Filipinos and foreigners alike.

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Just when you thought that you’ve seen, heard, or tasted everything that this quintessential Filipino dish has to offer, leading condiment brand Datu Puti presents an innovative and convenient way of cooking the classic Pinoy comfort food through its “Adobo Series”.

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Datu Puti Adobo Series, the brand’s latest offering, is an array of perfectly blended adobo sauces that allows you to whip up a variety of regional adobo dishes for family and friends to enjoy: from the sweet Humba of Bisaya and Pininyahan of Luzon to the fiery-hot Spicy Adobo and to the delectably creamy Adobo sa Gata of Bicol.

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Cooking your favorite adobo dish has never been more easier with Datu Puti Adobo Series. Just simmer in a pan your preferred meat with a cup of water and your chosen Datu Puti Adobo Series sauce. Each pack is good for 1 kilogram of meat and can serve four to five people.

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Made with the finest ingredients and condiments, Datu Puti Adobo Series sauces make cooking adobo simpler, faster, and more exciting—for homecooked meals, as school kids’ baon, and for picnics and outdoor gatherings.

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To top it all, Datu Puti Adobo Series is very affordable—Humba and Spicy Adobo is just P28; Pininyahang Adobo, P30; and Adobo sa Gata, P38 (based on SRP). Try all four variants now, available in groceries and supermarkets nationwide.

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Datu Puti by NutriAsia is the Philippines’ leading and most loved condiment brand in the past four decades. It was first introduced as a vinegar product in 1975, and also offers soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce and now, the Datu Puti Adobo Series sauces.

 

 

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