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Eleven well-loved Filipino Recipe Mixes have hit grocery stores across Canada as Filipino food continues to emerge as an internationally recognized cuisine. Canadian and American bloggers are boldly declaring that Filipino food will be the next big ethnic food to hit the mainstream palate.

“There is a groundswell of Filipino pride among the growing Filipino communities all over the world. There is pride in being Filipino and everything that evokes Filipino, their cuisine included,” says Eins Mutuc, Marketing Product Manager, McCormick Canada.

“The launch of the McCormick line of Filipino Recipe mixes will make it even easier for Filipinos to show off their cooking skills. These Recipe Mixes are made from high quality ingredients, backed by constant innovation and product testing to ensure that nothing but the best flavours go into every pack,” adds Mutuc. “This is something that the Filipinos have recognized and appreciated through the years. McCormick is the number one Western brand in recipe mixes in the Philippines and it is indeed good news for Filipinos in Canada that their all-time favourite mixes are now within easy reach.”

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McCormick Online Cook-off

With all eleven mixes to choose from, McCormick is inviting food bloggers and home cooks to take part in the Online Cook-off challenge for a chance to win $2,000!
Play with the spices to create the perfect Filipino-inspired dish! Share your winning recipe and photo to win big money AND have your recipe featured in the next McCormick Recipe Mix video commercial.
Easy as 1,2,3,4
1. Create your own original recipe using any 1 of 11 McCormick’s Filipino
Recipe Mixes
2. Take a clear photo of your cooked dish
3. Submit your recipe, dish name and photo on the McCormick Online Cook-Off Facebook contest page
4. Get all your family, friends and fans to vote for your recipe, the more votes
you get, the more chances you have of winning!

Adobo Mixes

Traditionally served with rice, Adobo makes use of pork or chicken slowly cooked in vinegar, garlic, bay leaf, peppercorns and soy sauce. McCormick’s Adobo Mixes in Classic, Adobo sa Pula at Adobo sa puti bring an exciting experience to this all-time favorite dish.

Sinigang Mixes

Sinigang is a traditional Filipino soup characterized by its sour flavour associated with tamarind. McCormick’s Sinigang Mixes come in Classic flavour and to provide a fresh twist to this dish, McCormick is also introducing Sinigang with Lemongrass and Sinigang with Rosemary and Chili. Perfect for the growing preference for fusion in Filipino food.

Filipino Seasonings

The McCormick line of Filipino seasonings brings back memories of well-loved Filipino dishes such as Asado, Curry, Menudo, Pancit Canton and Caldereta.


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