Chef Gino made the Kapampangan dish Asadong Vaca made with beef ribs, while Luna-Sotto cooked Cheese Quesadilla with button mushroom and cheese. Both used Aji-Ginisa Flavor Seasoning Mix to make their dishes tastier.
“Aji-Ginisa is best for stir-fried dishes like vegetables and noodles. However, it is also suitable for saucy dishes like afritada because of its meaty gisa deliciousness,” says Daryl Magno, Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation’s seasonings category manager.
The seasoning mix is part of the brand’s “Eat Well, Live Well” promise to make mealtimes healthy, delicious, and enjoyable.
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