Food Business Archive

How to Cook Adobo

This dish is the most indigenous in the Philippines. It has evolved over the centuries as a way of preparing foods that won’t spoil easily in a tropical climate. The vinegar gives it the tangy taste and acts as the preservative. Each region has its own version, but the most commonly used is pork and/or [&hellip

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How to Make Kare-kare (Oxtail and Vegetables in Peanut Sauce)

Kare-kare is basically an oxtail stew with vegetables in peanut sauce.  Here is a kare-kare recipe that you can make at home for your family and friends. You can even include it on your carenderia or restaurant menu. Kare-kare Ingredients 1 pack (1.5 – 2 lbs.) ox tail 6 cups water 1/2 cup annatto seeds [&hellip

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How to Start a Salted Dried Split Fish (Daing) Business

Dried split fish, commonly known as “daing” (split form) is the fish that has been converted from the fresh state to a much lower moisture level with the use of heat with or without salt to maintain its acceptability over an extended period of time. I. Estimated Investment Costs *Based on 2009 prices **Sources of [&hellip

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Fruits and Vegetables (Extend the Shelf-life of Fruits and Vegetables)

How to Extend the Shelf-life of Fruits and Vegetables Procedure: 1. Place moist sawdust in a big basin or pail. Take care to remove sharp or pointed pieces in the sawdust that will hurt the fruits or vegetables as it is in this way that rotting caused by bacterial organisms start. 2. Place the fruits [&hellip

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How to Make Mixed Jackfruit Jam (Jackfruit-Pineapple Marmalade)

Jam is a solid gel made from the pulp of a single fruit or combination of fruits with a fruit content of at least 40% and a total sugar content of not less than 68% to prevent mould growth after opening the jar. In mixed fruit jams the first-named fruit should be at least 50% [&hellip

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Value Added Products from Cassava (Food Business)

Cassava is a shrubby, tropical, perennial plant that is not well known in the temperate zone. For most people, cassava is most commonly associated with tapioca. The plant grows tall, sometimes reaching 15 feet, with leaves varying in shape and size. The edible parts are the tuberous root and leaves. The tuber (root) is somewhat [&hellip

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5-Minute Microwave Chocolate Cake

This recipe is for making an easy chocolate cake, with cheap ingredients, that you’ll sure have in home. Easy and quickly done in microwave. Interested? Continue reading! 5-Minute Microwave Chocolate Cake Ingredients For 1 individual cake: First, you’ll need a microwave, and a mug/bowl, because the cake isn’t big. 4 tbsp (60 mL) flour (wheat [&hellip

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How to Make Fish Tocino

Fish tocino is a good alternative to pork tocino especially for health conscious person. If you can’t resist the taste of that yummy tocino, then you will also love this fish tocino recipe. This is also a good business idea to start for an added income. Fish Tocino Ingredients: 5 kg fish (Milkfish, Carp, Tilapia [&hellip

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How to Make Beef Sausage

Beef sausage is made from ground beef mixed with salt, herbs, and other spices. Typically, a sausage is formed in a casing traditionally made from intestine, but sometimes artificial casing. Some sausages are cooked during processing and the casing may be removed afterwards. Beef Sausage Ingredients: 600g Beef lean 400g Ground pork backfat Extenders: TVP [&hellip

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How to Make Bangus Escabeche

How to make your own bangus escabeche in can. Canning remains as one of the best methods of preventing spoilage that result from microbial action. Bangus Escabeche (Palomares et al, 1978) Ingredients: 900 grams Bangus (dressed) Sauce: 25 grams Cooking oil 10 grams Garlic 25 grams Ginger 360 ml Vinegar-water (1:3) 50 grams Sugar 30 [&hellip

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