Food Business Archive

Making vinegar a business venture

Vinegar has earned its niche in any Filipino kitchen. Almost all mouth-watering dishes need a teaspoonful or two of vinegar. It is even an ingredient for some cakes, souffles’ and native delicacies. It is not surprising that the simple vinegar has assumed a variety of forms in seasonings, dressings, marinades, sauces and gravies. Vinegars with […

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How to Make Star Ham

There are different kinds of ham prepared in the Philippines in various ways like Chinese style ham, American ham, quick-cured ham or sweet ham, chicken ham, rolled ham and mini chicken ham. Lourdes S. Rivera, the Guru of Meat Processing in the Philippines is introducing a new type of healthy ham with soy protein named […

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How to Make Corned Pork (Meat Processing)

Corned beef is more popular than Corned Pork. However, the curing procedure and ingredients are similar. Small scale or home made corned beef or corned pork is divided into two distinct steps: curing of the meat; and cooking of the cured meat.

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Bagoong alamang beneficial to human health?

Fish or shrimp paste condiment, locally known as bagoong, is almost inseparable from manggang hilaw and other traditional Filipino delicacies. It persists and remains to be part of our regular diet and is used as a flavor extender in the preparation of some types of indigenous foods. However, several misconceptions on health hazards arise from […

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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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Beefing up Siquijor’s healthy beef

Siquijor, a tiny island province known for its mysterious and bewitching tourist attractions, is likely to be famed for yet another of its best and finest product — its beef. This is not something to be surprised about since agriculture is a predominant sector in Siquijor and cattle raising, a significant agricultural activity. Nestled between […

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Easy No Bake Yema Cake Recipes

Here are some no bake Yema cake recipes that you can do at home easily. Yema is used as a glaze in this mouth-watering yema cake recipe. This is a good money making business idea to start especially for moms at home who are fond of baking. You can sell it to your friends, neighbors […

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How to Make Mango Jam

Mango jam is a sugar concentrated product similar to jelly. Both the green and ripe mangoes can be used or making jam. Making homemade mango jam is a good business idea for anyone. It can be a good source of additional income if you know how to market the product. You can sell it to […

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How to Make Banana Flour

Banana Flour Making 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. Processing of […

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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 1 […

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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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