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A Bacolod pasalubong you might want to try - Ces Caramelized danggit and dilis. Sweet, spicy, and crunch!

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CesCaramelized Danggit and Dilis from Bacolod are crunchy and super flavorful. A wonderful twist from our usual sweet Bacolod pasalubong items for your family and friends.

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Ces Caramelized Danggit and Dilis from Bacolod are crunchy and super flavorful. A wonderful and savory twist from our usual sweet Bacolod pasalubong items for your family and friends.

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Pure caramelized dilis — you cannot see the sugar coating but it is sweet and spicy. You can order this sweet.

Dried Seafood

In the Philippines, a lot of people love their dried fish. It is a common local delicacy because we are an archipelago and so we’re surrounded with waters teeming with healthy marine life. That is why we have a steady supply of seafood.

Those bounty from the sea that are not consumed fresh are salted and sun-dried so that they will last longer. And oh, how we love them dipped in vinegar and eaten with rice. Using our hands, too.

Crunchy and Spicy Caramelized Danggit and
Dilis from Bacolod

Dried fish have different varieties, depending on the kind of fish. Two of the most common kinds that we have are dilis and danggit. But aside from the simple version, there are also other gourmet variants. One such version is the caramelized sweet and spicy Danggit and Dilis by CesCaramelized here in Bacolod City. They also have the sweet version.

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CesCaramelized spicy danggit with pink vinegar, fried egg, and rice–truly a Filipino breakfast.

Their danggit can be pulutan for happy hour, pica, or breakfast ulam! I had mine with fried egg and rice and it was swak na swak sa panlasang Pinoy (perfect for the Pinoy palate). It comes with a sweet and sour spiced pink vinegar with the packaging. But with or without the vinegar, the danggit is just pure love. Of course, I prepared this for both my husband and myself, and we both loved our breakfast.

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Caramelized danggit and dilis ready for shipping.

They also have the sweet and spicy dilis. I have eaten a lot of those sweetened dilis coated with sugar. But I have stopped eating them because most of the time, there is more sugar than the dried fish. So it’s like eating candy.

But CesCaramelized dilis is pure dilis. The sugar coating is thin and cannot be seen, but you can taste it. I especially enjoy eating it as an appetizer. This is high in protein, so it is a good snack for kids, too.

Prices

Check out the prices for the Ces Caramelized Danggit and Dilis.

  • Dilis – P120 per 125g
  • Danggit – P190 per 150g

For bulk buys, it is best to place your order at least one day ahead. This is one of those great quality Bacolod foods and they really ensure quality. Wholesale prices also offered for bulk orders.

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The original CesCaramelized danggit and dilis packaging. They have since upgraded for better presentation and longer shelf life.

New Packaging

Ces Caramelized danggit and dilis has new packaging. The products now are more presentable and has a longer shelf life because they are vacuum-packed.

Check out the new packaging. It’s so nice to give away to friends and family around the country and abroad after visiting Negros Occidental.

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Contact Details

Ces Caramelized Danggit and Dilis
Sweet Crunchy or Sweet n’ Spicy
c/o ST Marketing Bacolod, San Sebastian Streets, Bacolod City
Negros Occidental, Philippines
For orders, call (0922) 8330532 | (034) 700-7077
FB page: CesCaramelized

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High quality dilis and danggit for processing.

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