Have You Heard Of The Christmas Dish Called Nilagang Pasko?

It takes hours to make this flavorful dish.

We all know the comfort a classic nilagang baka can bring, but did you know there's such a dish as Nilagang Pasko that's equally as comforting and delicious? It's a dish that was once served in a lot of households during Christmas. If you want to try this special nilaga, Max's new Nilagang Pasko will bring you the warmth you need this season.

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Max's Nilagang Pasko is similar to their version of the well-loved pochero. It's made with tender beef bulalo, cured meat, and chicken, swimming in a rich annatto oil-infused broth. This dish is made heftier with potatoes, pechay, squash, sweet potatoes, green beans, and saba banana. Max's serves this dish alongside an eggplant salsa, too!

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If you're bringing the family for a reunion, the Nilagang Pasko is part of Max's Holiday Classics Supreme Bundle (P1,799). This bundle consists of the Nilagang Pasko, Max's signature Sarap-To-The-Bones Fried Chicken, and Pancit or Chopsuey or Lumpiang Shanghai. It also includes one large plate of plain rice, five glasses of iced tea or soft drinks or sago't gulaman, and five servings of buko pandan.

You can also end the meal with a holiday dessert and try their new Bibingka Cheesecake (P249), available in Max's Corner Bakery. When kakanin meets this classic dessert, it results in a soft, fluffy, vanilla chiffon and a smooth, silky cheesecake base topped with salted egg slices. Of course, this Bibingka Cheesecake is wrapped in banana leaves!

Max's Nilagng Pasko and the Holiday Classics Supreme Bundle are available in all Max's Restaurant branches nationwide, while the Bibingka Cheesecake is available in all Luzon stores until January 3, 2020 only. 

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