Food Business Archive

How to Make Banana Flour

Banana fruit is a horticultural commodity that can be processed and preserved to expand its marketing value. Various processed banana products have already been developed, such as, sun-dried banana and banana crispy. A new product with a potential commercial value is the banana flour made from fresh and ripe banana.

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A Nice Cup of Tea

A nice cup of tea is the usual answer in Britain and Ireland to any everyday problem. Nothing is so bad that a nice cup of tea with a friend or family member can’t make it better. Cup of Tea . Ingredients By the cup Yield: 1 cup 6-8 fl oz (20-25 cL) hot water […

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Banana Glazed with Sugar in Ice Cream, Leche flan Recipe courtesy of Selecta

Summer season is in the air. Here’s some recipes which you could add on your list of food recipes to help you in your food business. Banana Glazed with Sugar in Ice Cream, Leche flan Recipe Ingredients 1 tub (750 ml) Selecta macapuno con Leche Flan Ice Cream 20 pcs Banana (Saba) 1 bottle preserved […

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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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How to Make Pork Binagoongan

Pork Binagoongan is also one of the many Filipino favorite dishes. It is also called binagoongang baboy. It is very tasty and delicious too! You can try this pork binagoongan dish at your own home or as an additional recipe in your carenderia business. Pork Binagoongan Ingredients 1 lb. pork, cut into pieces 1/2 lb. […

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Vacuum Frying for Fruit Crispy Processing

Vacuum frying is a suitable processing method for the production of high quality fruit crispy. With this technology, fruits which are abundant and sometimes wasted at harvest season, can be processed and still have high selling price. The vacuum frying technology ( Fig. 1(559)) produces fruit crispy with original color and fruit aroma and an […

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How to Make Nata de Kalabasa

Nata de kalabasa (squash), a nata made of squash, is another way of producing healthy nata because it is rich in Vitamin A, phosphorous, calcium and minerals. Nata de Kalabasa Materials: Kalabasa peels and core Sugar Glacial acetic acid Ammonium sulfate Nata starter (available at ITDI) Procedure: 1. Wash the peels and core of kalabasa, add […

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How to Make Slab Bacon (Meat Processing)

Nowadays, the demand for processed meat products are growing especially for mothers and for those who are working since they can be easily prepared and cooked. One of the all-time favorite processed meat products is Bacon. Generally, bacon is made from the side or bellies of pork without the ribs. Bellies to be used for […

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Sweet Guilt-free Options for Unhealthy Sugar

Filipinos love sweets, and this is proven by our love for sweet delicacies ranging from rice cakes to preserved fruits and jams. However, Pinoys have large risk of contracting diabetes, with about 1.4 million Filipinos suffering from diabetes mellitus. As such, artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes can be very appealing to people looking to cut […

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How to Make Sugar Apple (Atis) Nectar

Fruit nectars are not filtered after pulping and contain at least 30% fruit solids. They contain no additives. Processing of Sugar Apple Nectar Choose only ripe fruits which are free from insect damage and signs of deterioration. Ingredients for 1 kg sugar apple pulp: 370 g sugar 1 g citric acid Procedure: 1. Cut fruits […

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How To Make Salted Egg In Clay Mud

How To Make Salted Egg In Clay Mud Another way of salting eggs is by storing them in clay instead of in brine. Materials: eggs (duck or chicken) salt clay Utensils: measuring cup earthenware Procedure: 1. Mix together 12 cups clay and 4 cups salt. Add water little by little as it is being mixed […

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How to Make Vegetable Pickles

Because of oversupply, vegetables and fruits in season often wilt and spoil in our markets. The producers are forced to sell cheap and get only a small profit. By processing and preserving abundant, in season fruits and vegetables, people can sell these at much higher prices during the off-season. Preservation makes vegetables and fruits more […

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