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Valley Farm Luncheon Meat is made from 100% imported meat, blended in selected spices with real meat chunks to give you that chunky goodness in every bite. Available in 220g and 350g to serve all family sizes.

 

 

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vf W3 x H4

vf W3 x H4

220g

vf W3 x H4

Valley Farm Chunky Pork Luncheon Meat is made from 100% imported meat, blended with selected ingredients and real meat chunks to give you chunky goodness in every bite. Available in 220g to serve the family’s snack cravings.

vf 2 W3 x H4

350g

vf 2 W3 x H4

Valley Farm Chunky Pork Luncheon Meat is made from 100% imported meat, blended with selected ingredients and real meat chunks to give you chunky goodness in every bite. Available in 350g to serve bigger family sizes.

*This size is initially available in SM Hypermarkets.

Crunchy Pan Fried

Crunchy Pan Fried Luncheon Meat

Crunchy Pan Fried

Valley Farm Crunchy Pan Fried Luncheon Meat

INGREDIENTS:
1 can of Valley Farm Chunky Luncheon Meat

4 plain cream crackers

2 cups bread crumbs

1 egg

1-2 cups cooking oil for deep frying


PROCEDURES:
Cut the Valley Farm Chunky Luncheon Meat into slices. In a bowl, beat the egg. Crush the crackers into very small pieces and put them in a plate (use roller to roll over them).

Heat up frying pan, pour in the cooking oil. For each slice of VF Chunky Luncheon Meat, dip into egg, and then coat it with the crushed crackers. Immediately put into the oil to deep fry until brown.

Serve while hot and enjoy!

Download recipe here.

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Valley Farm Chunky Luncheon Meat Fried Rice

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Valley Farm Chunky Luncheon Meat Fried Rice

INGREDIENTS:
Valley Farm Luncheon Meat cubes

Diced carrots

Minced garlic

Onions

3 eggs

Cooked rice


PROCEDURES:
Saute Valley Farm Luncheon Meat cubes till browned and crisp and set aside.

In the same pan, saute diced carrot, minced garlic and onions till soft and set aside. Beat eggs and season with a little soy sauce. Add more oil to the pan and heat it until it starts to smoke and then add beaten eggs.

When it starts to set, scramble the eggs and add rice. Mix rice into the half-cooked eggs, breaking up any rice lumps with spatula. Season with salt and pepper. Add the luncheon meat and carrot and mix.

Serve and eat immediately!

 

 

Download recipe here.