Baon is a noun that’s quite difficult to translate into English. It can mean money, food, or other provisions taken to school, work, or on a journey. Pambaon will then be supplies, rations or requirements needed to sustain you while you are away from home.
Parents, stereotypically moms, are always on the lookout for nutritious, delicious and of course, economical foods that they can prepare for their kids as baon to bring to school. People who go to work also search for the same attributes to nourish their minds, body and soul when they leave their homes.
No need to overthink because it’s easy to find King Sue meat products at your nearby supermarkets and easier as well, to prepare food to go and bring as your baon. Here are some key ingredients from King Sue and the recipes that you can prepare for yourself and your loved ones. It’s what is called the perfect pambaon.
Greet your family with a welcoming “aloha” with the King Sue Hawaiian Ham. Best served in a hot pandesal, tossed in your special fried rice or as a pica-pica. Every bite is a delight!
King Sue German Franks are certainly great to chomp on. Serve grilled or fried or roasted over an open fire, these frankfurters are good as hot snacks. Put the hotdogs in a warm bun and top it with your favorite condiments. This is a great choice to feed a hungry party.
If you believe that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, then you will simply love the sound of King Sue Sliced Bacon as it sizzles in the frying pan. It curls while you cook it and becomes crispy on its edges. It’s delicious.
KING SUE PANCAKES MEDLEY
Cooking Time: 10 Minutes
4 slices King Sue Sweet Ham
6-8 piece King Sue Bacon, cooked
2 cups dry pancake mix
1 cup milk
1. Mix together pancake mix, eggs and milk. Whisk until most lumps are dissolve.
2. Heat non-stick pan using a medium/high heat.
3. Brush the pan with little butter.
4. Place bacon slices and ham on skillet and then top with pan cake mix until covered.
5. Cook until top is bubbly and edges start to dry. Flip and continue cooking until other side is golden brown (about 45
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