We Found Onigiri Stuffed With Longganisa, Laing, And Tocino

A Filipino take on a popular Japanese snack!

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Fans of Japanese food, and especially of snacks you would find in Japanese convenience stores, have probably had their fair share of onigiri. The on-the-go treat is composed of white rice formed into triangular shape, wrapped in nori, and stuffed with all kinds of meats, sauces, and fillings. If you can't get enough of the snack, we found a version that combines it with classic Pinoy flavors: Onigiri Bar MNL makes Onigiri stuffed with Longganisa, Laing, and Tocino!

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These unique munchies put a Filipino twist on a popular Japanese snack that combines flavors from both cuisines and makes for a cool fusion of cultures. Onigiri Bar's Pinoy Series Onigiri features the same Japanese rice and nori molded into a handy triangle, but stuffed with Longganisa (P60), Spicy Laing (P60), and Chicken Tocino (P70). It's almost like eating your fave ulam with rice in the form of a sandwich. That way, you can eat with no fuss and no utensils; perfect for busy weekdays!

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Here's a closer look at each of the flavors:

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You can order Onigiri Bar MNL's Pinoy Series Onigiri by sending a message to their Facebook or Instagram pages or by contacting them through Viber at (0917)-877-7322.

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