Homecooked goodness made possible by Purefoods’ Ready-to-Eat Viands

I wish it was easier nowadays to prepare food – but with work hours back into regular programming (9 to 5 in the time of pandemic); multiple work loads, side hustles and chores to match; wouldn’t it be great to have access to healthy, yummy ready-to-eat meals that can feed the whole family

That’s why it was a pleasure to discover Purefoods’ Ready-to-Eat Viands, a collection of home favorites that can be easily reheated and prepared for quick meals that satisfy the whole family. In our case, that would include Penny, my niece who also happens to be a picky eater.

The great thing about these home-cooked meals is there’s definitely a layer of authenticity in them: there’s no chemical after taste that is often present in preserved foods, and the servings are very generous (good for 3-4 person per viand). You can easily heat in via over or stovetop, and you’re good to go in less than 10 minutes.

Purefoods’ selection of Ready-to-Eat Viands: tasty and affordable

An easy favorite for the whole family is definitely Bistek Tagalog — there is the tasty salty-sourish flavor that we oftentimes associate with my dad’s very own Bistek. This authentic taste extends to the full line-up of dishes made available by Purefoods.

I guess the secret to this line-up of homemade goodness is how they’re meticulously developed and prepared. It delivers the “lutong bahay” feel, in an instant — minus the hassle of slaving long hours cooking any of these Pinoy classics, like Kare-Kare, Beef Kaldereta, Mechado, and the like. The meat, whether pork, chicken, or beef, were always deliciously tender, and they were always a significant size that one can always enjoy.

Get your Purefoods Ready-to-Eat Meals through Home Foodie PH or at select grocery stores nationwide.

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