|Filipino favorite Beef Bulalo|
For the record, I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t like Beef Bulalo or Filipino Beef Marrow Soup. That being said, I assume that everyone loves bulalo. Native to the Southern Luzon region of the country, Bulalo is a comforting light colored soup with rich beef broth made from hours of simmering beef shanks and bone marrow bones. The procedure is painstaking as the collagen and fat has to be melted into the clear broth. Seasonings vary from chef to chef but staple ingredients are usually composed of salt, black pepper and fish sauce, garlic etc. Although just like adobo, there have been many versions of bulalo across the country but at its core, bulalo is a simple cattleman’s stew, best cooked in a large cauldron with whatever vegetables available. Some use potatoes, corn, pechay, cabbage, string beans, onion leeks, among many others.
Bulalo is one of my favorite Filipino dishes! My family and I wouldn’t really mind driving all the way up to Tagaytay City if we’re really craving for this particular dish. It’s a treat to eat especially during monsoon season, cold rainy days or during pre-holiday season. I personally like eating Bulalo because it’s a filling stew that’s deceptively light. The soup alone with rice and dipping sauce is good enough for a meal.
However, if you’re too lazy to cook, doesn’t have much patience to wait for it to cook or to even drive to Tagaytay where several restaurants are specializing in this dish. I recently discovered you can have it delivered at home via AyosBusog.com—yes, they can deliver frozen bulalo meals from popular brand, Bulalo World. So you can be assured to still have that restaurant-quality meal while you’re at the comfort of your home.
|Bulalo World's Frozen Original Bulalo can be ordered at Ayobusog.com|
I recently had Bulalo World’s Original Beef Bulalo which is good for 4-5 persons via AyosBusog.com. I was happy to know they can deliver even outside of Metro Manila (I live in Bacoor, Cavite, which is part of the NCR+ bubble). That means, AyosBusog also caters to nearby provinces as long as they are covered by couriers.
|Nothing beats the comforting soup of beef bulalo bowls|
Bulalo World’s original beef bulalo soup is by far one of the tastiest of all bulalo soups I’ve had in the past. The broth harbored all the flavors from both the bones and meat. It’s rich in taste and bursting with flavors even without using any dipping sauce like patis [fish sauce] or calamansi [Philippine lemon]. What do I like about it? The broth does not have a lot of oil in it, it also isn’t very fatty at all. The meat was very tender and the vegetables still had a bit of crunch to them even after reheating them since they were delivered to me frozen. In my honest opinion, it had definitely better taste in terms of flavor than the bulalo soup I had cooked myself.
This month of May is the time when we celebrate Mother’s Day. We show how much we appreciate their presence in our lives and thank them via sending gifts, flowers, chocolates or treating them somewhere. But since it’s not yet safe to go out, we can also express our gratitude to our mothers by sending her with some #BulaLOVE from Bulalo World.
Their #TagossaButo sa sarap Bulalo can be enjoyed with their 40 branches across Metro Manila, Central Luzon, and Calabarzon areas. And yes, no need for you to travel to Tagaytay or Batangas to enjoy and slurp your favorite soup—you can simply place your order at AyosBusog.com. Bulalo World also offers other Filipino classic favorites such as Beef Kare-Kare (which I had also tried.) It’s also a must-try), Sinigang na Hipon, and Tapsilog.
|The frozen beef Kare-Kare is also a must-try|
AyosBusog.com accepts major credit cards, Cash on Delivery ,Gcash, bank deposits and PayMaya. You can also avail of their ongoing promo, get free shipping when you order a minimum amount of P1,500 and above. To avail, just put the code AYOSFREEDELIVERY on the checkout.
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Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this blog post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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