Cooking made easier with Knorr Savor Rich

I cook dinner every night. It’s just something I need to do, lol. Being a working mom, the faster and more convenient things are for me, the better. That said, I’m pretty excited to try Knorr’s newest products — Knorr Savor Rich Chicken and Knorr Savor Rich Chicken liquid seasonings.

Knorr Savor RichThese new products are so versatile and so easy to use that you can actually prepare Braised E-fu Noodles in 20 minutes using the Knorr Savor Rich Chicken Liquid Seasoning.

Knorr Savor RichJust to clarify, these are not replacements for the Knorr chicken and pork cubes, which are meant for making broth (although they can also be used for seasoning). Made with slowly simmered chicken and pork, these liquid seasonings are ideal for stir-frying, marinating, pan-frying, and braising.

Chef Kalel ChanKnorr got 4 of the Philippines’ top chefs to showcase just how versatile Knorr Savor Rich is — Chefs Kalel Chan (above), Happy Ongpauco, Josh Boutwood, and Nicco Santos.

Knorr Savor RichEach chef prepared 3 dishes each. This is Chef Kalel Chan’s Sisig Gyoza.

Chef Josh BoutwoodChef Josh Boutwood was intensely focused on his dishes.

Knorr Savor RichThis is Chef Happy Ongpauco’s Lumpia Shanghai at Queso. I also got to try her Chicken Tocino — how I wish I can get the recipes, because these are dishes I think I can replicate easily at home.

Now I have yet to try the products but I’ll keep you posted on how it goes, probably through IG Stories where I post most of what I do on a daily basis. 🙂

Knorr Savor Rich liquid seasonings are available at leading supermarkets nationwide. Lazada carries them too. Prices are as follows: P6 for 16g, P85 for 240g, and P150 for 450g.

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  • Reply Mara April 18, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    Hi! I think there is a typo on the first paragraph. Both are chicken instead of chicken and pork. Thanks

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