Where To Find Frozen Packs Of Shakey's Mojos + Shakey's-Approved Hack

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IMAGE Roselle Miranda

It was just a month ago when Shakey's Japan tweeted about how to make their famous mojos at home-all for the sake of satisfying our quarantine cravings. But Shakey's is making it much more convenient now that they're offering packs of their cook-at-home mojos at Robinsons Supermarket.

Photo by Robinsons Supermarket

Similar to the Jollibee Chickenjoy that you can also purchase at Robinsons Supermarket, the Shakey's cook-at-home-mojos are seasoned but it does not include the breading mix. Don't worry: just follow this Shakey's approved mojos hack to give it that much-needed flavor:

Photo by Robinsons Supermarket
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If you want the dip for your mojos, you can also use our recipe! Plus, if you want it to become extra crispy, it would be best to double fry the mojos.


Shakey's cook-at-home mojos costs P375 per pack and will be available at select Robinsons Supermarket starting May 4, 2020 (yes, today!).

Shakey's cook-at-home mojo packs are available at these branches: Robinsons Supermarket Galleria; Circle C Congressional, Quezon City; Berkeley Commonwelath; Bluewave Marikina; Townville BF Paranaque; Victoria Tower Timog, Quezon City; Lucky Gold Plaza Ortigas; Eastwood Technoplaza II; Mercedes Pasig; Robinsons Magnolia; 8 Forbes Town, Taguig; Southpark Mall, Alabang. For the complete list, follow Robinsons Supermarket on Facebook for details. 

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