Easy-peasy Taiwanese cuisine at home with Ersao Frozen Delights

Did you know that Ersao Taiwanese Restaurant has been serving authentic Taiwanese food and drinks for the past twenty years?

If you remember the time when milk tea shops were not as ubiquitous as they are today, well you have Ersao to thank for being among the first eateries to introduce this delightful drink to the local food scene.

However, its contribution to the Pinoy foodie’s gustatory pleasures do not stop at its stores. Thanks to its easy-to-cook frozen food offerings, Pinoys can easily enjoy Taiwanese and other Asian delicacies at home or wherever they are.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Using simple cooking methods, anyone, from culinary newbies to seasoned home cooks, can whip up a delicious spread in a matter of minutes.

Boiling

For instance, its Korean Hot Pot is a 1.2kg pack of toppings that include tofu, tempura, balls, sausages, sliced beef and more in a kimchi-flavored broth.

To cook, simply place in a hotpot and heat until boiling. Serve hot for the whole fam and enjoy this flavorful and comforting dish on a chill day.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Frying

If you want to snack on something favorful, deep-fry some of Ersao’s Pork Taro Meatballs until golden brown. You can also boil them for seven minutes and add them to soups to make them heartier.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Steaming

Steamed Buns

Taiwan is famous for its steamed bao buns that are pillowy soft, delectably chewy and stuffed with delicious filling.

To enjoy a classic favorite – a steamed bun filled with braised tender pork in a sweet and savory sauce – get a few buns from a pack of Ersao’s Siopao Asado in a steamer and steam for seven to eight minutes before serving.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

For a novel steamed bao experience, steam a few pieces from Ersao’s Salted Egg Yolk Steamed Bun pack for three to five minutes after thawing. Also known as Liu Sha Bao (which translates to “flowing sand bun”), it is filled with yolks of salted duck eggs, butter and custard powder which makes each bit oozing with flavor.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Steamed Dumplings

Siomai is another favorite among Pinoys. Usually made with ground pork and flavored with aromatics, it is a simple dish that can be enjoyed as a snack, an appetizer or a viand with rice.

Ersao presents new ways to enjoy this delicacy with its siomai frozen food products such as its Purple Rice Pearl Siomai, pork-flavored meatballs encased in glutinous purple rice. To cook, simply steam for seven to eight minutes after thawing.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Another Ersao Frozen Foods siomai variant is the Pork Siomai with Tobiko, made with ground pork encased in jasmine-flavored wrapper and topped with tobiko (flying fish roe). To cook, thaw then steam for seven to eight minutes.

Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

Other Taiwanese dishes that you and the fam can enjoy at home, thanks to Ersao Frozen Foods include:

Ersao Frozen Foods
Taro Rolls(Deep-frying). Taiwan highland taro paste wrapped in crispy pie crust.
Ersao Frozen Foods
Squid Croquette (Deep-frying). Fresh squid patty with crispy breading.
Ersao Frozen Foods
Shrimp Rolls (Pan-frying). Fresh shrimp paste wrapped in crispy pie crust.
Ersao Frozen Foods
Tobiko Sausage (Pan-frying). Juicy tobiko sausage made with freshly ground pork and blended with traditional rich-flavored seasonings
Ersao Frozen Foods
Pork Ear Cold Cuts (Microwaving). Best paired with rice, noodles, fresh vegetables or even as an appetizer.
Ersao Frozen Foods
Edamame (Microwaving). Steamed and seasoned young bean pods best served cold as side dish.

Want to serve tasty Taiwanese dishes at home to your family and friends? Stock up on Ersao Frozen Delights by visiting these Ersao Taiwanese Restaurant branches:

  • Mauban: 213 Banawe Street, Brgy. Manresa, Corner Mauban, Quezon City (Tel: +63 2 89218603 or +63 917 1060363)
  • Sta Mezza: 129 Mezza Residences, Brgy. Doña Imelda Quezon City (Tel: +63 2 3549742)
  • Abad Santos: 1300 Jose Abad Santos, Tondo Manila (Tel: +63 2  82526223)
  • Banawe: 664 Banawe Street, Quezon City (Tel: +63 905 4029188)
  • Caloocan: A De Jesus Street, Cor 9th Avenue, Caloocan City (Tel: +63 917 1412222)
  • Cloverleaf: 3rd Floor, Ayala Malls Cloverleaf, A. Bonifacio, Quezon City
  • E. Rodriguez: 82-C E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, Quezon City (Tel: +63 2 85168168, +63 2 4111114 or +63 2 87100888)
  • JRU Shaw: 79 Shaw Blvd., Daang Bakal, Mandaluyong City (Tel: +63 927 851 1228, +63 961 6034565  or +63 995 2542485)
  • San Lazaro: Vertex One Building, Batangas Street, Sta Cruz Manila (Tel: +63 2 83548938)
  • M Place: 16 GF, M Place Residences, Panay Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City (+63 908 2973080 or +63 2 9047968)
  • Victoria E. Rodriguez: 285 E. Rodriguez Sr., near cor. Victoria, Quezon City (Tel: +63 977 7682970)
  • Wilcon: Ground Floor, Wilcon City Center, Visayas Ave., Quezon City (Tel: +63 916 3077881)
  • Zeta Tower: Shop no.24 Zeta Tower Bridgetowne Center C5 road, Brgy. Ugong Norte Quezon City (Tel: +63 945 9743998)
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods
Ersao Frozen Foods

You can also shop for these frozen foods at Ersao’s online store on Lazada.

To know more about Ersao’s products and offers, visit its website and follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Tiktok.

Disclosure: Product samples were provided to facilitate this feature article.

Author: Gel Jose

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Wannabe, Imagineer, Foodie, TV Addict and Lifelong Learner

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