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How to Make Corned Pork (Meat Processing)

Corned beef is more popular than Corned Pork. However, the curing procedure and ingredients are similar. Small scale or home made corned beef or corned pork is divided into two distinct steps: curing of the meat; and cooking of the cured meat

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Best Peanut Butter Cookie Recipes

The best peanut butter cookies can now be made at home. They are yummy, filling and a great way to spend the afternoons. If you are looking for fun family activity, then take pleasure in baking peanut butter cookies. Baking peanut butter cookies from scratch isn’t a difficult task, if you have all the ingredients […]

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How to Make Malunggay Capsule and Tea for Business

For those who want to preserve their malunggay leaves, this kind of material can be processed into tea and food supplement in form of capsules. This processing technology is a way to preserve the harvested malunggay leaves. The Bureau of Plant Industry through its Malunggay Technical Team developed this technology to be simple and economical. […]

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How to Make Siomai (Pork Siomai)

Siomai is a traditional Chinese dumpling served in dim sum that is becoming popular to many Filipinos as viand or food snack. Philippine siomai is made of ground pork, beef, shrimp, among others, combined with extenders like turnips (singkamas), carrots and the like which is then wrapped in wonton wrappers or nori sheets. Siomai is […]

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How to Make a Healthy Ham

There are different kinds of ham prepared in the Philippines in various ways like Chinese style ham, American ham, quick-cured ham or sweet ham, chicken ham, rolled ham and mini chicken ham. Lourdes S. Rivera, the guru of meat processing in the Philippines, is introducing a new type of healthy ham with soy protein named […]

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Green coffee anyone?

Are you one of the millions of Filipino coffee-drinkers who need a regular cup of fresh, sweet-smelling coffee to wake up to in the morning or to stay awake during the day? Well, it might interest you to know that instant coffee has to go through a long process before it actually becomes a sachet […]

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Nata de Coco Recipes

A natural high fiber food with a unique texture, nata makes a versatile ingredient -main dishes, juices, ice cream, yogurt, salads, desserts, bakery items and whatever else the creative mind can concoct! Manila Roll Ingredients Nata de Coco Mango Mayonnaise Sushi Roll Nori Procedure: 1. Get 1/2 nori and put on a maki mat. 2. […]

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Salted Eggs

Salted eggs are traditionally made from duck eggs but you can also use chicken eggs. In Filipino, salted eggs is also known as ‘itlog na pula’ or red egg because it is usually dyed red to distinguished it from a regular egg. Salting Egg in Brine Materials: Eggs (chicken or duck), Salt Utensils: Wide-mouthed glass […]

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How to Make Tapa (Beef Tapa)

Tapa in Filipino term is a thinly-sliced beef meat cured with salt and spices and dried. The beef tapa can be fried and served together with fried egg and atsara (pickled papaya strips), and this kind of recipe is called Tapsilog. Beef Tapa Meat Material: Beef lean, round/rump, sliced 1/4 inch thick – 1kg Extenders: […]

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Value Added Products from Ube (Purple Yam)

Purple yam or ube/ubi in Filipino is used as an ingredient in many sweet desserts. It can also be made into ube flakes, ube jam, ube powder and ube pastillas to be sold for an added income. Ube Flakes Ingredients: ube puree, 1 kg maltodextrin Utensils: drum drier, spatula/rubber scraper, plastic bags, stainless steel bowls/trays, […]

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How to Make Banana Split

Banana, ice-cream, whipped cream, ice-cream topping, sprinkles and a cherry on top, how much better can this get? Banana Split Ingredients a banana ice-cream (of your choice) ice-cream topping (of your choice) hundreds and thousands of sprinkles whipped cream maraschino cherries Procedure Peel the banana and cut it in half (length wise) and place it […]

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How to Make Puto Bumbong (steamed glutinous rice)

Puto bumbong is one of the favorite Christmas delicacies of Filipinos. It is derive from the words “puto” (steamed glutinous rice) and “bumbong” (bamboo canon or cylinder). It is considered a delicacy that has a unique preparation. It makes use of a “lansungan”, a heat steamer mounted on a pot of boiling water. It is […]

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