Food Business Archive

Rice and Corn Recipes

Rice is a plant originally from Southeast Asia, with branching stems ending in a panicle formed of flowers or “spikelets,” from which the grains are formed. While rice is a staple food in the Philippines, the government is pushing for the planting of alternative crops for rice since its production inputs becomes expensive. However, to [&hellip

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How to Make Kesong Puti (Filipino White Cheese) using Vinegar

Kesong puti is a soft, white cheese similar to cottage cheese that is made from unskimmed carabao’s milk, salt and Rennet or white vinegar. It has a soft, close texture and slight salty taste. Here’s the recipe on how to make kesong puti or the Filipino white cheese using vinegar. Kesong puti has a shelf [&hellip

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How to Make Dinuguan – Pork viscera in blood sauce

Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew) or Dinardaraan in Ilocano is a Filipino dish usually made from the blood, entrails and meat of a pig. It is sometimes known as “chocolate meat” as the stew has a thick chocolate-like color and consistency. The name “dinuguan” is derived from the Filipino word “dugo”, meaning blood. Likewise, in Ilocano, [&hellip

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How to Make Coco Kropeck

Kropeck is a chichiria that has a similar crunchiness and crispiness of chicharon. It is usually made from shrimp but is now having a lot of variants. One famous variant is the Coco kropeck that uses coconut meat to create this crispy and delicious snack. Materials: 2 cups rice flour 1/2 cup coconut meal 1/2 [&hellip

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How to Make Chocolate Crinkles

Cookies are small, sweet, and flat cakes. They come in various shapes, flavors, and appearances. Cookies are prepared and served in different ways-thick, thin, dark-colored, flavored with fruits or nuts. Some even have frosting and toppings to add more color and taste. Chocolate Crinkles Ingredients: 3/4 cup oil or 3/4 cup melted butter 2 cups [&hellip

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Sotanghon with Sausage Recipe

Make your old sotanghon recipe into a new one by adding sausage to attract kids. After all this will make a good food business idea. Sotanghon with Sausage Ingredients 200 grams sotanghon 1 pound pork sausage 1 medium onion, chopped 1 cup celery, sliced 4 ½ cups water 1 cup uncooked long grain rice 2-3 [&hellip

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Medicinal Uses of Honey

Research shows that honey has more nutrients than milk and egg. It contains 40.5% fructose, 34.0% glucose, 17.7% water, 1.9% sucrose, 1.5% dextrin and gums, 1.2% ash and traces of lecithin. According to a researcher of the Central Luzon State University Bee Research Project in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, honey can cure the following: 1. Cataract, [&hellip

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How to Make Pastillas de Leche and Kesong Puti

Carabao’s milk can be processed into nutritious food products like kesong puti and pastillas de leche. These simple processing techniques can be employed by small carabao owners to start a small business of their own. Pastillas de Leche and Kesong Puti Materials: 1 liter carabao’s milk (equiv. to one big Pepsi bottle) 3 cups sugar [&hellip

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How to Make Sauces for Siomai, Fishball, Lumpia, Siopao, Lechon

Make your own Sauces for Siomai, Fishball, Lumpia, Siopao, Lechon etc. Dipping sauce is a liquid or sometimes semi-solid food used to add flavor and/or texture to a food. Foods like lechon, lumpia, fried chicken, barbeque, siopao, siomao and fishball would not be complete without a dipping sauce. There are ready made sauces available in [&hellip

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Cassava Recipes (Food Business)

Cassava (kamoteng-kahoy in Tagalog) is the third largest source of carbohydrates in the world. Among crop plants, the cassava plant provides the highest yield of food energy and is a staple food for more than 500 million people. Cassava root is very rich in starch and contains significant amounts of calcium, dietary fiber, iron, manganese, [&hellip

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Ilocos’ Garlic Miki, pancit with a twist

Pancit or pansit (noodles) is a constant dish among Filipinos. It has been introduced into the country by the Chinese and has since been adopted into the local cuisine. In fact, no birthday is complete without it. According to food lore (also handed down by the Chinese), pancit should be eaten present in every birthday [&hellip

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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 [&hellip

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