Heirloom Recipes at Max’s

Max’s, the homegrown brand that has recently created public hype with the biggest Chicken-All-You can promotion ever, is back with a hefty plate of new dishes to serve. I got to sample these new dishes during their blogger’s night where I also got to eat all the chicken that I wanted. These two new offerings–Max’s Pork Binagoongan and Chicken Caldereta–are original recipes of Nanay Ruby, the restaurant’s first cook who developed the secret recipe for Max’s sarap-to-the-bones chicken.

Max's Pork Binagoongan

Max’s Pork Binagoongan Php 275.00

Max’s Pork Binagoongan is a dish of tender pork cubes sautéed in a rich, mildly sweet and salty shrimp paste. This classic Filipino dish is served on a bed of fried eggplant and garnished with tomato wedges, fine julienned green mangoes, sprinkled with chopped spring onions.

Max's Chicken Caldereta

Max’s Chicken Caldereta Php 352.00

Max’s Chicken Caldereta, a hearty chicken stew in a thick tomato-based sauce with potatoes, carrots, red and green bell pepper and green peas. This dish has the right level of spiciness. Both dishes are great with steamed white rice. LOTS of steamed white rice! If you are figure conscious, I say stop worrying about the pounds and just dive in! One order is good for 2-3 persons.

These will be available until October 15 and will be served with a complementary serving of white rice and a Pepsi softdrink. This promo is for dine-in customers only,but Max’s Pork Binagoongan and Chicken Caldereta are also available for delivery.

Log on to www.maxschicken.com to find the nearest Max’s near you.

3 thoughts on “Heirloom Recipes at Max’s”

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    just a thought though. that kaldereta looks like afritada really. except there are no sausages. but still

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