Del Monte Red Bulalo on a Rainy Weekend

Del Monte Red Bulalo |

Bulalo is a viand best served during cold weathers…. very much like the ones we are having almost everyday because of the rainy season. Last weekend was cold, rainy and a bit windy– everyone felt like sipping some soup and eating something comforting. It was the perfect time to try out the Del Monte Red Bulalo. It’s your traditional Bulalo dish of beef shank and beef kenchi made richer and heartier.

Like what I said before, I am joining the Del Monte Red Movement and I am open in recreating recipes with a new ingredient that could make them more delicious and malimannam — the Del Monte Tomato Sauce.

Del Monte Red Bulalo |

Just look at that rich, red soup!

Everyone in the family loved the Del Monte Red Bulalo. The soup is indeed rich but it’s also tangy and hearty balancing out that creamy, fatty marrow. I am trying to limit my rice intake but I wasn’t able to say no to this..

Ykaie also loved this but her loyalty remains with the Del Monte Red Sinigang, heehee.

Del Monte Red Bulalo |

Like us, you can join the Del Monte Red Movement, check out the recipe for Del Monte Red Bulalo and other Del Monte Red dishes at the Kitchenomics Website. Just look for the Del Monte Tomato-Based, Tomato Best badge – this indicates that those dishes have been enriched and made better with Del Monte Tomato Sauce.

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16 Responses

  1. OMG Peachy! Ang sarap mo siguro maging Mommy! πŸ˜€ hahaha Is it too late for you to adopt me? hahaha! πŸ˜›

    There is only one word I can think of after reading and seeing the pictures. YUMMY. πŸ˜€ I just might try this out one of these days. πŸ˜›

  2. Parang ang sarap sarap Peachy. Pero nakatingin talaga ako dun sa marrow haha, yun ang gusto ko πŸ™‚

  3. sucha comforting bowl of stew,who can say no to this delicious sip πŸ™‚

  4. I have never eaten bulalo in my life but I would love to try this someday!! It intrigues me.

  5. First, it was Red Sinigang, now it’s Red Bulalo. I don’t know which dish to try at home first. I love tomato sauce, so I’m sure I’ll enjoy both the Red Sinigang and the Red Bulalo!

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