Nolan Lucas, named after the son of the owner, is a start-up Bulacan-based manufacturer of homemade sauces. True to its newness, it has only two products so far: pesto sauce with malunggay and chili garlic sauce. Although it has limited weapons in its arsenal, Nolan Lucas made sure that they are something to be proud of. The sauces are niftily bottled with informative labels. The sauces are vibrant and inviting. The chili garlic sauce particularly gives off a robust smell where the chili balances beautifully the what-could-have-been overbearing garlic smell, and their combination is mouth-watering!
Nolan Lucas Chili Garlic Sauce, 200-gram bottle costs P150.00 (US $3.00). It is great for chili garlic shrimp scampi, as the recipe at the back of the bottle says.
Nolan Lucas chili garlic sauce ingredients include garlic, fresh chilies, crisp prawns, canola oil, vinegar, and salt.
This pasta dish has Connie Kitchen Deli’s Pinoy Putanesca Sauce and Nolan Lucas’ Chili Garlic Sauce. When I opened the chili garlic sauce, the chili smell permeated the air. When I tasted it, I immediately tasted the chili, and there was lots of it. I like it because it is very bold and unapologetic. The chili garlic sauce added a punch or two to the pasta dish. I used five spoons of chili garlic with 440 grams of Pinoy Putanesca sauce. The dish looks anemic (haha) but it has a lot of flavor.
Nolan Lucas Pesto Sauce with Malunggay, 100-gram bottle costs P100.00 (US $2.00). It is perfect for pasta, sandwiches, wraps, and pizzas. The back portion of the bottle contains a recipe for tuna cream cheese pesto spread.
Nolan Lucas pesto sauce with malunggay ingredients include basil, malunggay, olive oil, extra virgin olive oil, parmesan cheese, cashew nuts and peanuts, garlic, calamansi juice, salt, and pepper.
For those interested, please contact Nolan Lucas Homemade Sauces at 0923-2608814.
Thank you, Hope and Victoria!