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Food Business Ideas For Christmas

Holiday season is a perfect time for anyone trying to get into business. As soon as the ‘ber’ months roll in, many are already busy buying gifts and preparing foods needed to make the Christmas celebration perfect and memorable. As the entire country counts down to Christmas day and New year, here are some food […]

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How to Make Pork Tocino

Pork tocino also called sweet cured pork is a yummy dish perfect for the whole family. It is made by marinating it with salt, sugar, and saltpeter. Pineapple juice can also be added for a slightly tart flavor. It’s easy to make and prepare that’s why pork tocino is also a popular breakfast viand or […]

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How to Make Banana Burger Patties

One favorite snack that’s tried and tested by the Filipino palate is the banana cue. And for all those out there who are already into the business of selling banana cue or interested in getting into this kind of snack food business, here’s one more recipe to make sure no part of the banana cue […]

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Guava Jam

Guava Jam Materials: Ripe guavas, Sugar Procedure: 1. Ripe fruits are washed, peeled and the seeds removed. 2. The fruits are mashed. To one part of the mash add 1 part sugar. Boil mixture gently until thick. To avoid unnecessary caramelization, kalamansi juice is added as in mango jam. 3. While still hot, pack in […]

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How to Make Pork Sisig

Pork sisig also refers to Sizzling sisig, a Filipino favorite pulutan made from chunks of chopped fried pork mixed with green chilis, onions and calamansi with cracked raw egg on top. Making pork sisig is a good addition to your carenderia or restaurant menu. Here’s how to make Sizzling Pork Sisig You will be needing: […]

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How to Make Jackfruit Candy

Candied fruits are also known as crystallized fruit. They are made by submerging fruit pieces in sugar syrup solutions of gradually increasing strength, then drying. During the soaking, sugar is absorbed by the fruit and moisture is lost from the fruit. They can be kept for several months when stored in a cool dry place, […]

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How to Make Fruit-Flavored Soybean Milk

Soybean milk is usually produced in its natural flavor. Consequently, its appeal to consumers is limited. A technique to add flavor, especially fruit flavors, has been devised to provide greater varieties of soybean milk, and more nutritional value for consumers. The goal is to attract additional young and aged people to drink more soybean milk […]

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How to Make Milk Chocolate Covered Polvoron

Milk Chocolate covered polvoron makes a wonderful gift present to your friends and loved ones. Make your own homemade milk chocolate covered polvoron and sell it to your friends, sari-sari stores, pasalubong centers, food shops and supermarkets to make an extra income. A little treat perfect as a gift for any occasions, Milk Chocolate covered […]

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How to Make Chicken Nuggets

CHICKEN NUGGETS / Asian small-scale product (Fresh processed meat product, coarse mixture) INGREDIENTS Raw materials: (calculated for 5 kg batch) 95.00 % Chicken meat, boneless – 4.750 kg 5.00 % Chicken skin (from breast) – 0.250 kg Additives: (per kg of raw materials) – (total for 5 kg) 12.00 g Common salt – 60.00 g […]

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Beer-Brined Ribs

Kick off your Father’s Day celebration with a barbecue party or a hefty dinner with this fantastic, fall-off-the-bone meaty delight! Beer-Brined Ribs Procedure Melt 3 tablespoons coarse salt and 3 tablespoons packed brown sugar in 1/2 cup simmering water. Add 3 (12-ounce) bottles cold dark beer, 3 bay leaves, 1 whole garlic (peeled and chopped), […]

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How to Make Kare-Kare

Kare-Kare – Oxtail and vegetables in peanut sauce Ingredients 1 pack (1.5 – 2 lbs.) ox tail 6 cups water 1/2 cup annatto seeds for coloring 3 pcs eggplants 1 lb string beans 1 banana blossom 1 head garlic, chopped 1 onion sliced 1/4 cup cooking oil 1 cup ground peanuts 1 cup toasted ground […]

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How to Make Barbecue Sauce

This is a simple barbecue sauce that works well for everyday meals, even with leftover meat and picky eaters. It is best served with soda and rice, and perhaps also steamed vegetables. The ideal meat to use would be thin slices of eye-of-round beef roast. The sauce also goes well with chicken, turkey, and pork. […]

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