Ready-to-Heat Zubuchon Lechon Is Coming to a Supermarket Near You

Boneless lechon included!

Frozen meals are a lifesaver, especially if you've got a busy schedule but still want a hot meal for lunch or dinner. You can keep them in your freezer for a couple of days or weeks, too, and just heat them up as needed! If you get the hankering for succulent and flavorful roasted pig, we've got good news: You can soon pick up frozen, ready-to-heatlechon by famous Cebuano spot Zubuchon, at selected supermarkets!

Coming soon: Ready-to-heat Zubuchon lechon!
PHOTO BY Zubuchon

Here's the scoop on the ready-to-heat lechon by Zubuchon:

You can choose between the Ready to Heat Frozen Lechon (P339/250 grams, P649/500 grams) or Ready to Heat Frozen Boneless Lechon (P339/250 grams, P649/500 grams), both of which feature Zubuchon's lechon made with no shortcuts or MSG! Stuffed with more than 15 spices and ingredients and roasted over charcoal, you get lechon that's truly aromatic and flavorful-even sans sauce. Just their lechon with rice makes for a great meal, but you can also use it for other recipes like stirfry or paksiw.

You can choose between bone-in and boneless versions.
PHOTO BY Zubuchon
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Zubuchon's Ready to Heat line will be available starting this Saturday, May 22, at selected branches of Robinsons Supermarket and The Marketplace. They'll also be rolling it out to All Day Supermarket, Shell Select, Ministop, and 7-Eleven very soon!

Zubuchon is a Cebu-based lechon establishment with branches around Manila. They're known for their Cebu-style lechon that's earned the praise of no less than Anthony Bourdain.

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