In the recent International Food Expedition (IFEX) at the World Trade Center and Trade Training Center, Kusina ni Mama Sita showcased a wide range of Filipino flavors along with more than 700 food exhibitors from Southeast Asia. Carrying the tradition of a Filipino feast, Mama Sita served plentiful tasting portions including arroz caldo, chicken inasal, paksiw na bangus, pansit palabok, sitaw & tofu-stir-fry, caldereta, champorado, sisig, barbeque, and the newly introduced adlai paella.
Adlai is an ancient heirloom grain that needs to be preserved. The Department of Agriculture states that adlai is a great alternative for rice and they see a potential for it to be the solution for our national food security problem. Not only will it help feed our people, adlai is also a grain packed with medicinal purposes. Kusina ni Mama Sita is helping to promote this product by packing it with spices in a nifty kit for convenience, such as their new Adlai Paella Kit – which can be prepared using a rice cooker.
Check out Kusina ni Mama Sita’s boutique range at their kiosk in Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City, Metro Manila. For inquiries, contact Kusina ni Mama Sita at [email protected]