Steamed Saba Bananas

Fully cooked bananas, peeled and frozen using IQF technology. This product is packed in a microwave-safe packaging and is ready to heat for a quick snack treat. These products can also be steamed or fried, and even used in dishes such as the Philippines' Pochero and Nilagang Baka (Philippine Beef Stew). Available in: Whole, Sliced, Sliced in Syrup

Sliced Saba Saba Con Hielo Fried Saba


Ready-to-fry, spring rolls with Saba Bananas and Jackfruit popular in the Philippines as a snack food. It's sweet saba and flavorful jackfruit taste goes well with coffee or tea. It can also be cooked and serve a la mode as a dessert.



Ready-to-fry mini spring rolls with Saba Bananas and jam or preserve filling. Golden Saba's own twist to the classic Turon perfect for serving in family gatherings or parties. Flavors: Jackfruit, Purple Yam(Ube/Taro), Pineapple

Turonitos with Syrup Turonitos with Sesame seeds


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Pochero (Serves: 4)

Orignal Post By: Vanjo Merano ( )
2 tablespoons cooking oil 1 lb pork belly, chopped
2 medium tomatoes, diced 1 medium onion, diced
1 teaspoon garlic, minced 2 to 2½ tablespoons patis (fish-sauce)
1 tablespoon whole pepper corn 1 small can tomato sauce
1 cup chick peas (garbanzos) 1-2 pieces Saba banana (ripe), chopped
1 medium sized potato, cubed 1 small cabbage, quartered
¼ lb long green beans 1 bunch bok choy (pechay)
1 cup water
1. Heat cooking oil in a cooking pot.
2. Sauté garlic, onions, and tomatoes
3. Add pork and cook until the color turns light brown.
4. Put-in fish sauce, whole pepper corn, and tomato sauce. Stir.
5. Add water and let boil. Simmer until pork is tender (about 30 to 40 minutes).
6. Put-in potato, plantain, and chick peas. Cook for 5 to 7 minutes.
7. Add cabbage and long green beans. Cook for 5 minutes.
8. Stir-in the bok choy. Cover the pot and turn off the heat.
9. Let the residual heat cook the bok choy (about 5 minutes).
10. Transfer to a serving plate and serve.
11. Share and enjoy!
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About Golden Saba

The Golden Saba brand aims to bring the healthy benefits of the Philippine Native Saba Bananas to the world. It's food items are produced from Saba Bananas that grow in the foothills of Mount Apo – the Philippines' tallest mountain located in the southern island called Mindanao. Golden Saba products are meticulously processed using the Individual Quick Freeze (IQF) technology, which preserves the exquisite taste of the saba bananas and helps sustain a shelf life of 18 to 24 months. For over half a decade, the brand has been exported to various countries and areas such as the USA, Canada, Australia, the Middle East and Korea.

About Saba Bananas

Saba Bananas or Cardava(Musa Balbisiana spp.[hyperlink]) are a type of plantain or cooking banana that grows in the Philippines. It is locally enjoyed as a snack food or as an ingredient to various dishes. The more popular servings of Saba in the Philippines include Steamed Saba, Turon, Pochero, Nilagang Baka(Beef Stew).



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