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Mang Inasal spreads Unli-Saya at Panagbenga 2024

Mang Inasal   treated locals and tourists with a series of Ihaw-Sarap and Unli-Saya activities at the recent Panagbenga Festival 2024 in Baguio City.   The Philippines’ Grill Expert participated in the Fluvial Parade, Cultural Dance Competition, and Grand Float Parade. It will also give away special awards to several Panagbenga competitions this March 3.     Apart from that, Mang Inasal delighted Panagbenga participants with a special dine-in and takeout deal that was the Festival Group Treats; Unli-Sarap, Unli-Saya Caravan which have away free Halo-Halo and Palabok; and the first-ever Mang Inasal Takeout Express Booth that featured offsite grilling of the best-tasting Chicken Inasal.   “It’s our pleasure to bring the Unli-Saya of eating Mang Inasal products to regional festivals like Panagbenga,” expressed Mang Inasal President Mike V. Castro. “Seeing the public happily enjoying their Ihaw-Sarap meals especially our Chicken Inasal and even our Halo-Halo and Palabok are simple pleasure

Chicken Adobo Penne

I remember our childhood days when we get to eat pasta only during holidays and when there is a celebration. Cooking pasta or spaghetti before was such a big deal, which requires a lot of preparation. I am glad to know that today, I can have it whenever the kids crave for it and it’s easy!

We can also incorporate dishes whenever you like anytime of the day. In lieu of the National Pasta Month, I am sharing with you one of the easiest was to cook pasta with a touch of Filipino dish.

Here is my Chicken Adobo Penne

Ingredients:
  • Chicken, wings cut in half (you can use any part you like)
  • Chicken Liver (this is optional, I just like my Chicken adobo with liver for added taste)
  • Soy Sauce
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Bay Leaf
  • Garlic, minced
  • Dona Elena, Al Dente Penne Rigate, boiled
  • Dona Elena Olive Oil
  • Grated Parmesan cheese


Procedure:

  • Cook Penne pasta according to package instructions.
  • Cook your Chicken Adobo. Bring chicken wings to a boil on 3 tbsp of water. Add Soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, minced garlic, pepper and bay leaf. Put the chicken liver and boil for two more minutes. Remove from pan.
  • Using the same pan with the remaining sauce from adobo, add olive oil and minced garlic, sauté for few minutes. Add the boiled penne pasta and sauté for another minute and add salt to taste.
  • Serve, top with chicken adobo and Parmesan cheese. Enjoy!


See how easy it is? I bet you do now. Let me know if you tried this, leave a comment on the comment box.



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