Flavored Rice Fans Love McCormick Rice Cookers!

Sunday, December 22, 2013

I can't stress enough my undying love for flavored rice, haha. If I have to choose my carbs for breakfast, kanin padin talaga over bread! Naku, Especially now that I am surrounded with diners, pizzas, and burgers.. I take every opportunity just to have this very-Pinoy meal staple.

So imagine my excitement when McCormick, purveyor of quality herbs and spices and recipe mixes, releases their new McCormick Rice Cookers--infusing 3 Asian-inspired flavors in our rice: Hainanese Chicken Rice, Biryani Rice, and Nadi Lemak Coconut Pandan Rice. Naglalaway ako just thinking about these!

The launch was held in Makati, overlooking the beautiful city:

Cute event concept! McCormick launched their new product line with FOOD FLIGHTS, handing all the guests with this passport so that everyone can try all 3 different flavors of McCormick Rice Cookers:

The Hainanese Chicken Rice variant boasts Singapore’s famous chicken rice recipe. It is also packed with flavorful hints of Lemongrass, Ginger and Garlic.
food photo from paul
India’s food scene is filled both with color and flavor. Experience India with Biryani Rice Cookers variant. It has Turmeric, Cinnamon and Cardamom that will surely brighten up everyday plain rice.

Taste the aromatic goodness of Malaysia’s signature Nasi Lemak. The combination of Pandan and Coconut Milk makes this rice cookers variant perfect match for fried chicken, curries, stir-fried dishes and seafood mains.

Sabi nga nila, mas napapasarap ang kainan with flavored rice (kahit wala nang ulam!), but the best part is all variants uses natural spices, no added MSG* and no artificial colors. In short, pwedeng araw-arawin! ;p

Taste the goodness of different Asian flavors (as if you're traveling around the world!) with the affordable and easy to prepare McCormick Rice Cookers! Each pack is good for 2 cups of rice.

With the cooks + fellow McCormick fans! Paul and Sarah:

To know more about the products and for recipe ideas, visit:

1 comment

  1. OMG this is perfect! I love flavored rice (well, mixed rice but if there's an easier way to achieve it why the hell not?!)! Also, hi Ana! This is a bit late but my friends and I attended Blogopolis, and we had a ball listening to you and Aisa Ipac. :)

    Cheers, Dani


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