Monday, August 27, 2018

Titallennials: Homemade and Ready-to-Cook

 For those lazy days at home, check out Titallennials' frozen and ready-to-cook goods! 

Do you ever have those days when all you want to do is stay in, watch Netflix, and curl up in bed? Well, I do! Since our family switched internet providers (and finally got ourselves a Netflix subscription), I've been finding it hard to function and be productive at home! I've been watching a lot of new stuff that I sometimes forget to eat. It's only when my tummy starts grumbling that I remember to do so, and by then, it would've already been too late to prepare something from scratch!

That's why I'm thankful I've discovered Titallennials. It's this store that sells frozen goods, organic and free-range poultry, ready-to-eat snacks, and more. You can easily order through mobile, Viber, or Facebook since they can deliver via Lalamove, but they also have a physical store located at 345C Ycaza Street, San Miguel, Manila (near Malacañang Palace and St. Jude Catholic School) in case you live near the area.

First thing I tried was their Hong Kong-style Dumplings (10pcs for Php 130).

It tastes very much like the ones you have in restaurants, which I'm super happy about since I often find myself craving for dimsum - at least now I know where I can easily get them when the craving hits! Titallennials also has other types of dumplings like siomai, chicken feet, beancurd roll, tausi spare ribs, kutchay dumplings, and of course, hakaw! Will share their full product list at the end of this post. ;)

After a few days, my mom talked to me about doing a horror movie marathon after dinner, and since she goes to bed pretty early, I suggested we just prepare our remaining Titallennials goods so that we can save time cooking (and have more for watching heh).
Their Beef Franks were actually really juicy and flavorful, but my teeth and gums were sore after having gone to the dentist that afternoon so I only had a few bites. My mom and sister were the ones who finished most of it. The Beef Franks are priced at Php 180 for four pieces.

We paired the Beef Franks with the Embutido (P280) which we also got from Titallennials. It's been a while since we've had this at home since it can take a while to prepare.. I swear, Titallennials makes everything super convenient! All we had to do was leave it in the steamer until it was time to eat!

The one their selling has a lot of raisins in it which I know most people like (I personally don't haha) but I really enjoyed eating this with some A1 Sauce. Weird ba? It's really good, I promise! Try it next time and let me know what you think! ;)
For inquiries, you can send Titallennials a message on Viber through (0920) 927-4177 or visit their store at 345C Ycaza Street, San Miguel, Manila (open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am to 4pm). You may also check out their Facebook page here.
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