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RECIPE: TKG's Pritong Manok

This is a super easy to make recipe. All you need is half kilo of chicken (cut into small pieces for easy frying), Datu Puti's Toyomansi, and lemon (optional).



I marinaded the chicken pieces for an hour with 4-5 tbsp of Datu Puti Toyomansi. You can add more of the toyomansi or even add salt if you prefer a saltier version, or throw in some ground pepper.

Fry the chicken in hot oil and squeeze lemon on the chicken before serving. We had Datu Puti's Sukang Sinamak as "sawsawan."

Serves 2-4 pax.




P.S.

I got the Datu Puti vinegars from the Food Tastings event so I'm using it already.  I'm currently addicted to the Sukang Sinamak- its a perfect blend of "asim" and "anghang."

Comments

  1. toyomansi sure makes marinating faster. perfect for mommies!

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    1. Its my first time to use the toyomansi from datu puti.. i used to mix toyo + calamansi before but with this bottle, marinating is faster and easier (less messier too!) :)

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  2. omg, food everywhere! Nakakagutom lalo. mukhang ang sarap sarap nito. :)

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  3. Super easy recipe. I love it!

    xoxo
    MrsMartinez

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  4. I didn't know about these new Datu Puti variants! I will look for these in the supermarket bukas!

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    1. I didn't know also until I was given the bottles ... now I'm excited to try the other variants :)

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  5. This gives me an idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. They have a lot of vinegar variants na pala!

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  7. This recipe is perfect for novice cooks like me.. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Kakagutom! This is so easy to make, perfect for our mommy busy days. We are not fans of bread crumbs on chicken or fast food way of frying chicken. So, I think this recipe is best for our family's taste.

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  9. I'm not sure why but the blogs I've been reading today have been mostly about food lol! But anyway this dish is so easy to make! Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. I guess because its back-to-school season .. hence the easy-to-prepare recipes :)

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  10. Super easy recipe! Perfect for busy days to ah! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Lovely!! I love Datung puti sinamak too! Ohh, will try this recipe today! as in today. I have the ingredients ready! LOL

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  12. Wow.. Easy is right :3 I'll try this later but with pork hehehe..

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  13. I did not know they have Toyomansi! this will make marinating a lot easier! Will check this out the next time I go to the grocers :)

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  14. How deep was the oil? This looks good. Toyo-mansi is actually the marinade I grew up on and as far as I know, it's very reliable. :) Laging masarap ang manok or baboy with it.

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    1. Oil is about 150-200 ml .... I used the smallest pack of Palm Oil... no need to deep fry :)

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  15. I haven't tried Datu Puti Toyomansi yet. I'll check this out when I do my next grocery shopping.

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  16. Super easy to make, even I can't mess that up!

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  17. Oh they have sinamak na?!

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  18. Yay for toyomansi! Now we don't have to slice calamansi everytime to make our 'sawsawan' =)

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