Food Business Archive

Agar Jelly

Agar Jelly is a delicious dessert and even makes a good afternoon snacks for the whole family. You can even make money making agar jelly and sell it to your friends and neighbors. Don’t miss out this Agar Jelly recipe on your menu list. Agar Jelly Ingredients 5 g (0.175 oz.) Agar powder 100 g [&hellip

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How to Make Tinapang Bangus (Smoked Milkfish)

Smoked milkfish or tinapang bangus is the product of curing the milkfish or bangus by smoking to extend its shelf life. It is good with rice as viand, perfect for “pulutan” or snack and makes a good ingredient to many recipes. You can also make money selling smoked milkfish or bangus. How to Make Tinapang [&hellip

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Christmas Recipes Ideas that’s easy to make

It’s holiday time! Wondering what to prepare this holiday season for your entire family? Fret no more. Here are some mouth-watering Christmas recipes ideas you can try at home and wow your loved ones. Holiday Pork Loin This is perfect for serving at Christmas instead of ham, or even as a main dish when guests [&hellip

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How to Make Paella Valenciana

Paella Valenciana and its seafood variation originated in the early 1800s in Spain’s Valencian region near lake Albufera. Prior to the 19th century, the ingredients for Valencian paella varied greatly with the most unusual being marsh rat.[1] Valencians consider Valencian paella and seafood paella as authentic. They view all other variations as impostors. This recipe [&hellip

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The Secrets To Becoming A Successful Caterer

The art of catering, like a puzzle game, involves putting all the pieces together (e.g., food, flowers, dinner plates, glassware, tables and chairs) to create a remarkable party atmosphere to make the event special and memorable for everyone. If you think that catering is just about cooking and serving food—well, think again. Although cooking and [&hellip

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How to Make Gulaman Bars

Gulaman is a plant-derived carbohydrate, made from seaweed. Gulaman are bars of dried seaweed used to make jellies or flan, as well as the desserts made from it. Here are the steps on how to make gulaman from seaweeds (Eucheuma cottonii). Steps Involved in Gulaman Making 1. Select freshly harvested seaweeds gathered early in the [&hellip

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Pancit Puso

Pancit Puso Recipe While pancit puso is a known Caviteno recipe, it is a welcome food idea to other regions in the Philippines. True to its name, it is prepared guisado style with lechon kawali as a secret-ingredient-no-more. Here’s how to prepare this mouth-watering recipe. For the pancit: 200 grams lechon kawali, cubed 100 grams [&hellip

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How to Make Buko Pie

A pie is made of baked or unbaked crust and a variety of fillings that may either be cooked or uncooked. It can either be a dessert, a snack, or a main dish depending on its filling. It is a convenient and easy-to-prepare food. Pies can be filled with meat mixtures and can be served [&hellip

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How to Start a Native Longganisa Making Business

Among the fresh processed meats, longganisa is the most regularly purchased pork product, which is known to be a Filipino version of hotdog. Any part of a pork carcass like ham (pigue), shoulder (kasim), loin (lomo), and others, except the belly (liempo), can be made into longganisa. I. ESTIMATED INVESTMENT COST II. PROCEDURE To make [&hellip

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Philippine authentic Halal goat, on its way to the market

Problems of authenticity confronting the country’s halal goat industry should be addressed promptly to avoid huge business opportunity losses and ensure participation to international Halal trade. Sultan Kudarat State University (SKSU) and University of Southern Mindanao (USM) researchers, in a study, observed that Muslim farmers raised goats, which are classified as halal, but are only [&hellip

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