Food Business Archive

How to Make Baby Back Ribs

Here’s a good recipe to add on your restaurant menu, the mouth-watering baby back ribs. I’ve put two methods here: The traditional smoking, and the oven smoking method. Both of them produce mouthwatering, fall-off-the-bone ribs. Baby Back Ribs Ingredients 2 slabs baby back pork ribs (also known as: back ribs, loin ribs, back loin ribs) [&hellip

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How to Start a Fruit Jam and Jelly Making Business

Making fruit jams and jellies at home can bring big savings and additional income to the family. The best time to make fruit jam is when they are abundant or when they are in season. Fruit jams and jellies can be sold to your friends, neighbors, food shops, restaurants, supermarkets and food bazaars. Mango Jam [&hellip

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Tips in Starting a Kakanin Business

Kakanin is a well-known Filipino dessert usually serve during special occasions like birthdays, fiesta, anniversary and Christmas. Occasion will not be special without a kakanin in one’s dining table. Even in abroad, kakanin is also popular. Many Ofw’s are still missing to eat our local kakanin. That’s why many people are thinking to start the [&hellip

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How to Make Siopao

Siopao is a kind of tasty bun, also called hot buns or steamed buns, filled with delicious meat fillings. The buns are filled with either pork asado, chicken, or meatballs and some will put a slice of hard-boiled egg inside. Asado siopao is one of the favorites of many Filipinos. For this reason, starting your [&hellip

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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 [&hellip

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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 [&hellip

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How to Make Homemade Chicken Inasal

The Chicken Inasal is a famous Visayan chicken barbecue that originated from Bacolod City in the Philippines. To make chicken inasal, the marinated chicken pieces basted with achuete or annato oil that creates its yellowish color is charcoal-grilled to juicy perfection. Because chicken inasal is so popular in Bacolod City, you will see vendors selling [&hellip

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How to Make Burong Isda

Burong isda is a product from salted fish with fermented rice.  Materials: 1 kilo fish (dalag or hito) 2/3 cup salt 3 1/3 cup rice 6 2/3 cup water angkak Equipment: Fermenting vessels Procedure: Preparation of the fish 1. Remove scales from the fish 2. Slice from head to tail, clean, wash and drain excess [&hellip

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Value Added Products from Squash (Snack Foods)

Eating between meals is a common habit among us Squash is a good snack rich in Vitamin A and contains calcium, phosphorus and iron. This becomes attractive snacks for the young when served in different ways. Squash Cuchinta Materials: 1 cup mashed boiled squash 3/4 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup all purpose flour, shifted 1 [&hellip

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How To Make Papain

How To Make Papain Papain is made from green papaya fruits while these are still attached to the tree. The bigger is the fruit, the more latex is derived. More amount of latex is gathered if this is done 3 times a week in a month. The more cuts are made, the less is the [&hellip

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