Hubby’s friend and officemate sent three boxes of goodies from Marsy’s Pantry last week. We received two boxes of Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese Egg Tarts) and a square tray of Salmon Teriyaki Aburi. As I’m not yet familiar with Marsy’s Pantry, I had to go to their Facebook page to check their product offerings.
I have to make a confession here. These Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese Egg Tarts) are divine! I love the buttery, flaky crust and the creamy, smooth, and not-so-sweet custard filling. One egg tart is simply not enough for me. It’s crisp when served warm, but it’s also delightful even when eaten straight out of the fridge. A dozen of these uberlicious egg tarts didn’t last long in our small household.
While sushi bake/baked sushi became a craze during lockdown, I really haven’t thought of ordering one. The truth is we have limited our home deliveries to just the basic essentials; we rarely order food delivery. So yes, this Salmon Teriyaki Aburi was the first baked sushi we’ve had.
Upon checking Marsy’s Pantry’s page, I learned that they have four kinds of baked sushi which they call Uno, Dos, Tres, and Cuatro. I think this Salmon Teriyaki Aburi falls under Tres because it has these three (3) main ingredients: salmon, kani, and scallops. As you can see in the photo, the ingredients were not scrimped in this fully loaded baked sushi. It’s super filling, too! This square tray is actually good for 5 to 6 persons.
You want to try it but you’re on keto diet? No problem! You can request for caulirice in your baked sushi instead of rice with additional charge of Php80 and Php150 for medium and large trays, respectively.
Aside from Pasteis De Nata (Portuguese Egg Tarts) and Baked Sushi, Marsy’s Pantry also sells Chocolate Ganache, Black Kutsinta with Yema, and Dips & Chips. For orders or inquiries, send them a message on their Facebook page.