Bagnet Bagoong, food from the North

If there’s anything that the Filipino culture is known for, one of which is surely the Filipinos’ love for food...

If there’s anything that the Filipino culture is known for, one of which is surely the Filipinos’ love for food.

From the pre-colonial times and up to this modern world, various innovative and delicious Filipino delicacies have been created and passed on from generation to generation, and one of which is bagoong. Bagoong is a shrimp or fish paste that was created from the fermentation of shrimp, fish, and salt. Lasting from a few weeks to even a few months, this process enhances the bagoong’s flavour and gives it that umami taste that Filipinos love so much. Used as a standard condiment in the Philippines, bagoong is often paired with or infused into various Filipino delicacies like Pork Binagoongan, and Crispy Bagnet.

But this version of bagoong is unlike any other. Chosen Food’s Bagnet Bagoong is a reinvented version of this Filipino classic. Still possessing its umami taste, its flavour is further enriched by the Bagnet flavour given by the deep-fried pork bits infused with the bagoong. Furthermore, it can still be consumed with green mangoes, Kare-Kare, Rice Binagoongan, and more. This savoury delicacy will surely keep you and your family’s mouth-watering with every bite. ###

For orders and inquiries, you may contact:

Celine Abaja

Landline: 79547279

Mobile: 09275262707

Email: celine.abaja@gmail.com

FB: http://www.facebook.com/bagnet.bagoong

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