I asked about this chicharon because it is really nice too look at. A very neat packaging and label. The content, chicharon baboy, looks very clean. The scenario got more interesting whey the staff told me that it contain less fat.
I wonder how they did that! Somebody tell me please!
I bought two 100 grams packs for 60 pesos each. A total of 120 pesos for 200 grams of chicharon. If my memory serves me right, I can acquire this quantity from street vendors and sari-sari store for less than fifty pesos. But if we consider that it contain lesser amount fat, sixty pesos is a good deal.
This chicharon is chrunchy with no hard part as compared to street version. Taste less salty and every piece is fuller.
Available in plain and spicy variants. I only tasted the plain version because the other one is out of stock.
Pork Skin, Iodized Salt and Vegetable Oil.
Pat & Kat
# 285 Brgy. 7 Amaya, Tanza
Tel. No.: (046)437-6387
Cell. No.: (+63)921-7261093