Reinvent Classic Home-Style Cooking with Hunt’s Pork & Beans

I grew up eating Hunt's Pork & Beans for breakfast and snacks while I was a little girl. I remember requesting my dad to buy several a week because it was a novelty (and easy!) to eat right out of the can. I do that to this day but, this time, I have to buy more cans every time I do the grocery because I now have kids who also like eating Hunt's Pork & Beans.

I was pleasantly surprised to find out that there's a couple of recipes moms can do to easily turn home cooking into a fun and one-of-a-kind experience by trading in classic recipes for more innovative ones. I'm excited to try these out in my kitchen!

Press Release:

Dads and kids are in for a surprise when their all-time favorite Hunt’s Pork & Beans are infused into traditional dishes such as soyed chicken and spring rolls. Oozing with rich, savory taste and packed with protein and iron, Hunt’s Pork & Beans is an excellent source of essential nutrients needed by the body. With its unique blend of Great Northern beans and tender pork bits mixed with its rich and flavorful sauce, it’s something the whole family is bound to love – whether on its own or innovatively mixed with another family favorite.

Quick and easy to prepare, Hunt’s recipes such as the Soyed Chicken with Tender Beans and the Pork & Beans Spring Rolls promise to bring delectable fun to the dining table.

Soyed Chicken with Tender Beans

Heat 2 tbsps. corn oil in a deep pot, then saute 1 tbsp. sliced garlic, 1 tbsp. sliced onion and 2 tbsps. sliced ginger. Add 1 whole chicken (cut into small pieces) and 1/2 cup soy sauce. Add 1/4 cup rice wine or brandy (optional), 1 tbsp. five spice powder, 1/8 tsp. chili powder, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 tsp. salt, 1 1/2 tsp fish sauce, and 6 cups water. Simmer for 30 minutes over medium heat. Add 1 can (230g) Hunt's Pork & Beans before serving. 

This recipe costs only P200 and serves four to five.

Pork & Beans Spring Rolls

Heat pan with 1 tbsp. oil, then add 2 tbsps. chopped onion and 6 pcs. chopped longganisa. Fry longganisa until well cooked. Add in 1 cup shredded cabbage and cook until wilted. Add 1 can (230g) Hunt's Pork & Beans and mix well. Simmer until almost dry and pasty. Spread a tablespoon (about 40 grams) of mixture over spring roll/lumpia wrapper, add some cheddar cheese then roll. Deep fry until crispy and serve with ketchup, if preferred.

This recipe costs only P110.00 and makes 16 rolls.
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