Last Independence Day in the iconic tourist landmark Rizal Park, leading condiments maker NutriAsia unveiled its Pinoy-themed food truck that will soon tour the metro offering affordable meals priced from only P40 to P80.
This food truck features comfort food made with a twist by one of the country’s leading chefs, Ernest Gala …. using NutriAsia products like Datu Puti, of course!
The Adoburrito was really yummy. You have a choice of two adobo flavors for this one – the spicy adobo and humba adobo, partnered with egg and rice then wrapped burrito-style. Perfect for people on the go or those who like a Filipino twist to Filipino food!
There’s also the Pinoy Chicken Slider served with pan de sal and the Siga Bagnet Wrap, which is prepared using Mang Tomas Siga, a spicy version of the regular Mang Tomas sauce. It also has Datu Puti vinegar and cucumber to give it a kick.
Meantime, the crowd favorite, Skinny Chix, is street food made crunchier and more flavorful by using NutriAsia’s recently launched, first-in- the-market Golden Fiesta Big Crunch Fry and Shake, a breading mix in smoked barbeque, cheese, and sour cream
Chef Ernest revealed that food preparation is done in GalaStars
Culinary studio in Mandaluyong then brought into the food truck. “We cook everything on-site so that the food is fresh when served.”
Apart from making condiments and sauces, NutriAsia has ventured
into a new beverage line bearing catchy titles like Calamansi The Day and Kamias You Are.
“We have pick-me- ups in mangosteen, guyabano, kamias, dalandan
and kalamansi. These are locally sourced Pinoy fruits that we have bottled into natural juices,” said NutriAsia corporate marketing consultant Dang De Leon.
Watch the NutriAsia truck roll out starting this month in food parks, BPOs, bazaars, schools and special events.