With the new Condis promotion, making delicious Cuban-style rice is now more affordable than ever. The supermarket chain is running an offer that includes the basic ingredients for this classic recipe at a competitive price of just €3.80. The products are priced at €5.62 separately and are all from top brands. The offer has a discount of more than 32%.
What does the promotion include?
The kit includes a can of Orlando Fried Tomatoes in three handy packets, each 8 ounces, perfect for bringing that traditional home-cooked flavor to your dish. Accompanying the tomato are six red eggs that come from chickens raised in social conditions , ensuring not only the authentic taste, but also responsibility for the origin of the products. To complete the base of this dish, a 1kg package of extra Nomin rice is included, known for its quality and firm grains that remain loose and perfect after cooking.
A meal with good nutritional value
In terms of nutritional value, these products combine proteins, carbohydrates and fats necessary for a balanced diet. Fried tomatoes are rich in lycopene, antioxidants, and vitamins A and C, while rice is an excellent source of slow-release energy due to its carbohydrate content. On the other hand, eggs are a source of high-quality protein and contain vitamin D and B12, which are essential for bone health and nerve function, respectively.
For foodies looking to put a twist on a traditional Cuban rice recipe, we suggest adding a pinch of saffron to the rice for color and flavor. Or for those who prefer extra protein, you can add a few pieces of pork to your fried tomatoes for a more robust flavor. The other question is… fried banana yes or no? This is to everyone's taste.
This offer will be available in all Condis establishments until next January 16, 2024. This allows consumers to enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal without compromising on the budget. Take advantage of this promotion and bring the traditional flavor to your table at an unbeatable cost!
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