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Jollibee's Pepper Cream Burger Steak

Jollibee recently introduced its newest variant of everybody's favorite Burger Steak- the Jollibee Pepper Cream Burger Steak.  It also has some sweet corn kernels that definitely adds more flavor.



The pepper cream flavor is rich but not overpowering so even kids will surely love this. And of course, it is paired with Jollibee's beef patty that's made from 100% real beef.

What I like about this newest Jollibee Burger Steak flavor is not it tastes less salty than the Original Burger Steak sauce and the pepper cream sauce' texture reminds me of Campbell Soup- no kidding. Also, glad that it has a subtle pepper taste and the corn balances out the flavors. Would have been nice if it has mushroom instead of corn though. :)


The Jollibee Pepper Cream Burger Steak is available in all Jollibee stores nationwide.


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