Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat Review
Time to review one of the most popular pork luncheon meat brands in Malaysia, Tulip. We still remember that during the first MCO, all the Tulip luncheon meat are sold out including online. So far, we have reviewed two luncheon meat and they are Golden Bridge Pork Luncheon Meat with Cheese and Korean Lotte Brand Luncheon Meat. Today, we are reviewing Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat (less 40% sodium).
There are three types of Tulip luncheon meat available and they are Danish Pork Luncheon Meat, Luncheon Meat with Bacon and Premium Pork Luncheon Meat (less 40% sodium). We purchased it in local grocer and supermarket like Tesco.
Now you can get it online at:
Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat is 340 gram and you can do many things with luncheon meat. You can eat it as sandwich, eat it with egg, noodles or rice. Creativity is up to you.
We usually pan fried the luncheon meat to a bit of crispiness with either cooking oil or butter. We prefer butter as we love that extra fragrant taste as well as saltiness. You can cook without oil if you are using non stick pans like Tefal that we are using.
The taste is spot and not that salty as this is the less 40% sodium. Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat also offers great meat texture.
This is not rocket science and it is very easy to make especially for breakfast for kids. The boys loved luncheon meat and we only cook once in a while for them.
We use bread with butter and sandwiched the luncheon meat. You can add cheese or vegetables, depending on your preferences.
Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat is priced above RM 12 at most places and cheaper online depending on seller. Tulip is one of the popular brands and hence it was sold out last year.
Then, many online sellers start to bring in Korean Lotte brand luncheon meat as well as Chinese brand luncheon meat and sell less than RM 10 per can.
Check Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat online at:
This is our short Tulip Premium Pork Luncheon Meat Review and they are definitely one of the better premium luncheon meat in the market.