Food Business Archive

Coconut Processing Technology: Coconut Flour

Coconut flour refers to the screened food-grade product obtained after drying, expelling and/or extracting most of the oil or meat from coconut meat. The granulation is dependent upon the degree of grinding and meshing to which the raw material has been subjected and varies from 30-250 mesh. Coconut flour is proven to contain dietary fiber. TYPES OF [&hellip

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How to Make Vienna Sausages

VIENNA SAUSAGES (premium quality, mixed beef/pork product) (Raw-cooked sausage type, finely chopped batter) Here are the steps you need to know in making your own homemade vienna sausages. INGREDIENTS Raw materials: (calculated for a 30 kg batch) 40.00 % Pork meat trimmings, lean 12.000 kg 16.00 % Beef meat trimmings, lean 4.800 kg 22.00 % [&hellip

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How to Make Vinegar from Coconut Water

Vinegar production from coconut water. Coconut vinegar is made from fermented coconut water and is used extensively as a preservative and flavouring agent in pickles, salads, sauces and many other condiments. It is a healthier alternative to synthetic vinegar. Here’s how to make vinegar from coconut water Materials: 3 liters coconut water 2-1/4 cups white [&hellip

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How to Make Banana Burger Patties

One favorite snack that’s tried and tested by the Filipino palate is the banana cue. And for all those out there who are already into the business of selling banana cue or interested in getting into this kind of snack food business, here’s one more recipe to make sure no part of the banana cue [&hellip

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How to Make Tuna Fish Patties

Tuna fish patty is not only a delicious, healthy alternative to expensive meat patties but also a good source of income for start up entrepreneurs who want to venture on burger business. Tuna Fish Patty Utensils: chopping board 2 mixing bowls 2 aluminum trays fork spatula polyethylene bags heat sealer knife Ingredients: 2 kilo tuna [&hellip

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How to Make Jubilee Cheese from Goat’s Milk

Jubilee cheese is a fresh soft cheese with a spicy flavor characterized by brown specks of nutmeg on its surface and body. It is made from goat’s milk by salting, pasteurizing, and coagulating with IFS-6 milk coagulant before cutting, draining, and addition of nutmeg powder, knitting, blocking and packaging. Jubilee Cheese from Goat’s Milk Materials: [&hellip

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Cassava Polvoron

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. Cassava root is very rich in starch and contains significant amounts of calcium, dietary fiber, iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. How to Make Cassava [&hellip

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Smoky no more with the spice-cured tinapa

A typical Filipino breakfast usually has fish in it. From the traditional way of simply frying, boiling, or blanching fish, Filipinos have learned other ways of making a more delightful means of preparing and preserving fish. Fish and marine products are now prepared and processed by either smoking, drying, salting, or canning. In the Philippines, [&hellip

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How to Make Tilapia Lamayo

Lamayo is another style of fish preparation wherein the fish (tilapia, danggit or bangus) is marinated with herbs and spices and partially sun-dried. If you love danggit lamayo and daing na bangus, you will also love this tilapia lamayo. Not only that, making of homemade tilapia lamayo is a good business idea to start for [&hellip

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How to Start a Catering Business

When going into the food business, it is always best to start small. In this, one would better understand how it is run. This will also allow one to have more time to focus on the important aspects of the business, rather that worrying about managerial problems as in big businesses. Catering is the cooking [&hellip

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