All The Different Flavors Of Delimondo Corned Beef In The Grocery
When talking about corned beef, local brand Delimondo will always come up. The brand carries different flavors, from their classic Ranch Style and Garlic Chili to more unique flavors like Caldereta and Adobo.
If you're curious about the different Delimondo Corned Beef flavors, here's a guide to the existing flavors you can find in the supermarket:
Delimondo Ranch Style Corned Beef
Price: P84/175-grams, P124/260-grams, and P172/380-grams
If you want something more on the "plain" side, go for Delimondo's Ranch-Style Corned Beef. This flavor is made from 100% cattle beef cooked the old-fashioned way, which means it was cured and seasoned.
Delimondo Barbacoa Corned Beef
"Barbacoa" means cooking meat that is seasoned with spices and is slow-cooked. Delimondo's Barbacoa Corned Beef adapts this technique by slow cooking Mexican-style corned beef.
Delimondo Garlic and Chili Corned Beef
Price: P89/175-grams, P130/260-grams, and P182/380-grams.
For those who have a tolerance for spicy food, you will definitely love Delimondo's Garlic and Chili Corned Beef. This is made with 100% cattle beef that's generously spiced with garlic and chili peppers.
Delimondo Caldereta Corned Beef
Price: P89/175-grams, P130/260-grams, and P182/380-grams
If cooking caldereta from scratch is too much effort for you, Delimondo's Caldereta Corned Beef is a good alternative that you can easily heat and eat. This is made with 100% cattle beef stewed in a spiced tomato sauce, resembling the taste of good ol' caldereta.
Delimondo Adobo Corned Beef
Price: P182/380-gram can
Delimondo's Adobo Corned Beef is one of the newer flavors. It is the brand's take on the well-loved Filipino dish, made with slow-braised beef simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, and traditional spices like bay leaf and peppercorns.
Delimondo Tapa Corned Beef
Price: P182/380-gram can
The other new Delimondo corned beef flavor is inspired by a popular Pinoy breakfast. The Tapa Corned Beef is made with pure cattle beef marinated in a sweet and tangy sauce.
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