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You Can Now Get Shakey's Mojos From This Grocery Chain

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Back in March, some generous person decided to reveal the five ingredients and steps to recreate Shakey's Mojos at home. It was all well and cute, but guess what: Robinsons grocery stores are now about to sell frozen Shakey's Mojos. Yes, the real thing.

You won't even have to wait long. According to Lyn de Jesus, merchandising director of Robinsons Supermarkets, deliveries to stores start on Monday, May 4. It's P375 per pack.

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The frozen Shakey's Mojos are out about a month after Robinsons started selling frozen Chickenjoy in its aisles. However, just like Chickenjoy, these packs don't come with the breading mix that completes the experience you get when you actually order from the restaurant. Smart.

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Yummy.ph, however, has a few helpful hints to recreate that delicious hot, salty flavor.

This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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