Naughty and devilishly spicy, Boy Bastos associates itself with the common man in his quest for that special condiment he can call his own. Product in 150ml bottle.
The main ingredient of the Suka Pinakurat is fermented coconut sap locally known as tuba and bird’s eye chilies “labuyo” that are harvested from the wild mountains of Iligan. These key ingredients are organically grown, with the chilies being farmed by mother nature.
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The main ingredient of Suka Pinakurat are fermented cocnut Sap, locally known as tuba: and local spices germaine to the farmland of Lanao. These key ingredients are organically grown, with the chillies being farmed by mother nature.
In the humble kitchen of Mr. Rene Stuart del Rosario in Isabel Village, Pala-o Iligan City.
Pinakurat is a traditional Iliganon dish made from wild boar meat "sulop" cooked only by a flame-shut pot of boiling coco vinegar, chilies, and spices. Since the taste of the vinegar is very similar to that of the dish, it was then named after it.
Another surprising but practical reason is that the product presents a pleasant surprise that excites the senses to a taste long desired. The word pinakurat is from the word "kurat" which means surprise in visayan vernacular.
MANILA, Philippines - Competition has apparently turned sour literally between a condiments giant and a startup competitor over "sukang pinakurat", a special variety of spicy vinegar.