Pulo Philippine Cuisine ~ Review

Pulo is an authentic collection of sauces and marinades inspired by the 7000 Islands of the Philippines.

With over 7000 islands, the country is a dynamic mixture of different cultures: Malay, Chinese, Spanish and Indian. These influences have all contributed to the richness of Philippine cooking – the original fusion cuisine.

Pulo Philippine Cuisine is made in Canada. There are no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives and they are vegan!
The Pulo line includes five fabulous flavors! Three marinades which include ~ Guimaras Island Mango Chili, Samal Island Pineapple Tamarind and Cebu Island Lemongrass Atsuete and two cooking sauces ~ Tinaga Island Coconut Adobo and Luzon Island Kare Kare Toasted Peanut.

The name Pulo is Filipino for “Island.” Pulo celebrates the country’s rich food history and deep social connections created when sharing a meal - a celebration that’s at the heart of Philippine life.

Recently we had the chance to try out Pulo Philippine Cuisine and I have to tell you I think I found my go to stir fry sauce! I absolutely love both of the creamy sauces and find it hard to choose which is my favorite. My husband says he favors the coconut one but I love both!
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Luzon Island Kare Kare Toasted Peanut with beef
We tried both of the cooking sauces in stir fry and found both to be very nice, not too spicy but enough heat to be able to say it is spicy. I love the peanut as I am a huge peanut butter fan! Each sauce was thick and coated our veggies very nicely. The coconut sauce was very tasty and creamy. I found this one spicy. I was actually really surprised I liked this one so much as I am not a big on coconut flavors.
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Tinaga Island Coconut Adobo with chicken
The marinades are great! All of them are very distinct and flavorful. We marinaded chicken and pork chops for the BBQ and once I ended up doing chicken in the oven with the Mango Chili. All of the meats ended up tender, juicy and full of flavor. Some spicy but not over powering that I wasn't able to eat it.

Visit Pulo Philippine Cuisine online to find great recipes and more info on all these great flavors! Don't for get to "Like" Pulo Cuisine on Facebook & follow on Twitter 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above products for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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