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How to Make Korean shortribs or bulgogi

Korean shortribs or bulgogi is a kind of Korean barbecue, using shortribs that have been marinated in soy sauce, scallion, ginger, chiles, garlic, and sesame oil. The marinated meat is then slow-grilled or baked. Ingredients 12 English-cut beef shortribs 1/3 cup soy sauce 4 scallions 6 cloves garlic, smashed and minced 1 1/2 tbs toasted […]

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How to Make Chocolate Crinkles

Cookies are small, sweet, and flat cakes. They come in various shapes, flavors, and appearances. Cookies are prepared and served in different ways-thick, thin, dark-colored, flavored with fruits or nuts. Some even have frosting and toppings to add more color and taste. Chocolate Crinkles Ingredients: 3/4 cup oil or 3/4 cup melted butter 2 cups […]

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Instant Salabat made easier and tastier

Every Pinoy has probably heard and tasted Salabat. This herbal drink, known to remedy sore throat and stomache ache, is basically a hot ginger tea with a tangy flavor and can be drank by itself or with a pinch of sugar or a freshly squeeze of calamansi. Traditionally, this tea goes through a rigourous preparation […]

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Preserved Camias

Preserved Camias . Materials: * Sugar * Camias (medium sized) * Lime (apog) Utensils: * Measuring cups * Spoon * Colander or salaan * Rolling pin * Kettle * Jars Procedure: 1. Select large, firm camias. 2. Soak in lime water (1 tsp. lime or “apog” to a liter of water) overnight. Wash and remove […]

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Ube White Chocolate Dream

School days are over but it would not stop us from preparing food items for our kids. I happened to see this family inspired recipe in Food Magazine. This would be a summer delight for our kids who are most of the time will crave food this no-school days. Plus this could be a bright […]

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How to Debone a Milkfish (Deboned Bangus)

‘Boneless bangus’ can be considered a uniquely Philippine product that makes deboned milkfish more acceptable to a wider range of consumers. The proper technical term is ‘deboned bangus’. Deboning would seem to be a simple process. It may be simple for most other species of fish but not for milkfish

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How to Make Bignay Wine

Bignay (Antidesma bunius (L.) Spreng) is native to Philippines that grows on the mountains and loves tropical climate. Each bunch of single fruits contains about 30-40 pieces , thin-skinned, spherical to ovoid, and dark red when ripe. The fruits are harvested during the months of June to September. Bignay fruit is rich in antioxidants. Bignay […]

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How to Make Jackfruit Pickle

Pickles are usually made from a mixture of vegetables and fruits. They are eaten as a savoury, spicy accompaniment to curries or other main meals. They can be prepared using one of two main methods: – Lactic acid fermentation of fruits, either with or without the addition of salt: they are not heated, therefore strict […]

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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 Tuna Fish Patties

Tuna fish patty is not only a delicious, healthy alternative to expensive meat patties but also a good source of income for start up entrepreneurs who want to venture on burger business. Tuna Fish Patty Utensils: chopping board 2 mixing bowls 2 aluminum trays fork spatula polyethylene bags heat sealer knife Ingredients: 2 kilo tuna […]

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How to Make Soyannaise

Soyannaise is a breakthrough in the health-food industry. A soy-based cream, it can be used as a spread, dressing or dip and is very easy to prepare. It can also be a viable business venture because you can supply the product to restaurants and stores that use it for their healthy salad and sandwich options

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