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How to Make Smoked Sausage

Sausage is one of the oldest forms of processed food, and is also called by names, frankfurters, frank, weenie, wienie, wiener, dog, and ted hot. A cooked sausage consists of a combination of beef and pork or all beef, which is cured, smoked, and cooked. Seasoning may include coriander, garlic, ground mustard, nutmeg, salt, sugar, […]

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How to Make Beef Stew

Beef stew has chunks of softened beef and vegetables in a thick sauce. It is often served with cornbread or biscuits. Ingredients 2 lbs. (900 g) beef 46 fl. oz. (5 3/4 c, or 1.36 l) tomato juice (one large can) 10 1/2 oz. (298 g, about 1 1/4 c or 300 mL) double-strength beef […]

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How to Make Tilapia Lamayo

Lamayo is another style of fish preparation wherein the fish (tilapia, danggit or bangus) is marinated with herbs and spices and partially sun-dried. If you love danggit lamayo and daing na bangus, you will also love this tilapia lamayo. Not only that, making of homemade tilapia lamayo is a good business idea to start for […]

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How to Make French Fries

French Fries (or chips) are a well-known element of fast food. Ingredients potatoes ( potatoes with a high dry matter content, such as Russet or Maris Piper work best.) cooking oil Paper towels salt Procedure 1. Peel potatoes 2. Slice potatoes into thin straw-like pieces. 3. Wash well with water to remove excess starch. 4. […]

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DOST’s New Fruit Drinks to Help Cool Down Your Summer

The Department of Science and Technology’s Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) recently came up with natural fresh fruit drinks perfect for summer and beyond. Next to ice water, there is no better way to beat the tropical heat but drink fresh and nutritious fruit juices, au naturel! The new concoctions come in two types: […]

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Mango Tidbits in Syrup

Mango flesh, halves, scoop or tidbits that are preserved in concentrated syrup and packed in cans or bottles must be at the rare ripe (early ripening) stage of maturity. The fruit should have a crisp and succulent texture, pleasing flavor and attractive, natural color. The seed should be small and the fruit must be uniformly […]

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How to Make Chocolate Cheese Cake

Chocolate cheese cake, rich in both chocolate and cheese. It is noticeably less sweet than many other American desserts, and somewhat more complicated.   Helpful equipment Electric mixer Springform pan Ingredients Crust 5 Tbs butter, melted 2 cups chocolate wafer crumbs, or the equivalent in chocolate cookies or chocolate Graham crackers Filling 3 packages (8 […]

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DOST-FNRI’s Iron-fortified Rice Technology Churns out Instant Meals for People on the go

Conveniently portable, quick and easy to prepare, and most of all, preservative-free and nutritious. These are exactly what people on the go want their food to be. And these innovative features can be found in Quikeats Instant Meals, putting this brand ahead over other instant meal brands in the market today. Manufactured by Five N […]

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Salty Banana Chips

How to Make Salty Banana Chips Materials: Bananas (saba or cavendish) green and matured, salt and cooking oil Utensils to be used: Knife, strainer, aluminum containers, frying pan, bowls and stirrer Procedure: 1. Prepare 2 percent salt solution (1 tsp for every cup of water) 2. Wash, peel and slice bananas (as in sweetened banana […]

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How to Make Homemade Bukayo

Bukayo is a very sweet Filipino delicacy popular among children. It is simply made by simmering strips of young, gelatinous coconut (buko) in water and then mixing with white or brown sugar resulting into a sweet tasting delight. Bukayo makes a great present or gift to your loved ones and friends. You can even make […]

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How to Preserve Tomatoes

How to Preserve Tomatoes Procedure: 1. Select tomatoes that are mature and ripe, but firm. Wash them very well. 2. Dip in boiling water for about one half to one minute or steam for 2-3 minutes. 3. Dip in tap water to remove the peel easily. Remove the core as well. 4. Arrange the tomatoes […]

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How to Make Bottled Bangus in Corn Oil

How to make your own homemade bottled bangus in corn oil. Making bottled bangus in corn oil is a good business idea for anyone wanting to have a home based food business. You can make additional income by selling it to your friends, neighbors, restaurants, food shops, bazaars and supermarkets. Bottled Bangus in Corn Oil […]

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