Jun 17, 2019

Missed all the meals and drinks we prepared last Sunday? Or maybe you were too busy trying out all the concessionaires and food samples at the McCormick Avenue that you weren’t able to take notes?

(READ: Local farmers, your favorite IG food brands, and more at this year’s McCormick Flavor Nation Festival 2019)

Don’t worry; here are all the easy recipes you can try for yourself at home.

Hindy Weber-Tantoco’s Flavor Nation Festival Salad

It’s made with 16 ingredients, but don’t get intimidated. These are all things you can easily buy from your local farmers or even grow in your own backyard, the same way Hindy does.

(READ: LOOK: What to eat at McCormick Flavor Nation Festival 2019)

Ingredients:

  • Romaine lettuce
  • Talenum
  • Kulitis
  • Parsley
  • Carrots
  • Cucumber
  • Adlai
  • Tempeh
  • Eggs
  • Atchara
  • Indian mangoes
  • Pickled red beets and onions
  • Edible flowers
  • Microgreens (baby pechay)
  • Baby passion fruit
  • Yogurt caesar dressing

To make, just assemble all ingredients in a bowl.

 

Xandra Rocha and chef Tenten’s Boodle

This boodle fight gives popular dishes a unique spin using McCormick’s special mixes.

Grilled sinigang chicken

Marinade the chicken with McCormick lemongrass and turmeric sinigang mix. Once marinated, grill until it has a light char.

Pork ribs caldereta

Marinade pork ribs with caldereta mix, vinegar, and soy sauce. The vinegar will help tenderize the meat, soy sauce to season. Marinade overnight.

Once ready to cook, just let it simmer until meat falls off the bone.

Pork “binagoongan”

Use pork belly or liempo. Prepare the bagoong sauce, mix onion, garlic, and bolognese mix.

 

Tea and shakes by Sabrina Artadi

You can also easily make health-improving tea using McCormick’s herbs and spices.

Twisted turmeric adobo adlai with turmeric pepper tea
Malunggay shake

Turmeric Pepper Tea
Anti-inflammatory and age-defying

Mix a teaspoon of turmeric into hot water, add a dash of pepper. For a hint of sweetness, mix in honey or coco sugar.

Thyme Tea
This tea is great as a digestive, and also helps improve mood thanks to the rosemary.

Mix in thyme, rosemary, honey, and calamansi in hot water.

Malunggay shake

Combine malunggay, a dash of cayenne, honey, calamansi, and ice in a blender.

Twisted turmeric adobo adlai

Cook your adobo your regular way, but add turmeric. Serve on top adlai.

 

McCormick Flavor Nation Festival 2019 is co-presented by Nolisoli.ph. For more information, follow McCormick’s Facebook and Instagram pages or check out their website.

 

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