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How to Make Frankfurters

FRANKFURTERS (mixed beef/pork product) (Raw-cooked sausage type, finely chopped batter) INGREDIENTS Raw materials: (calculated for a 30 kg batch) 30.00 % Pork meat trimmings, lean – 9.000 kg 20.00 % Beef meat trimmings, lean – 6.000 kg 25.00 % Fatty pork tissues – 7.500 kg 25.00 % Ice (drinking water) – 7.500 kg Additives: (per [&hellip

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Beat the Heat with DOST-FNRI’s Healthy Ice Cream

In the Philippines, hot, lazy afternoons are not complete without ice cream. But, sad to say, there is a portion of the population that shies away from this “sinful” dessert simply because they have hypertension or diabetes. So will these people have to suffer in silence and miss out the fun out of this tropical [&hellip

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ChocNut Ice Blended Coffee

Reminisce about the good ol’ times with the childhood favorite…in a cup of joe! In a blender, pour 2 (3-ounce) shots espresso, 1/8 cup coffee creamer, 3 to 4 pieces large ChocNut, and 16 ounces ice cubes; blend until smooth. To serve, swirl chocolate syrup in the inside of 2 glasses. Pour coffee-ChocNut mixture into [&hellip

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How to Make Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is made of roasted or ground peanuts, usually salted and sometimes sweetened. It is commonly sold in grocery stores and food gifts centers, but can be made at home. Peanut butter makes a perfect spread for sandwiches (particularly the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich), peanut butter cookies, pastry and delicacy (peanut brittle, [&hellip

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How to Make French Fries

French Fries (or chips) are a well-known element of fast food. Ingredients potatoes ( potatoes with a high dry matter content, such as Russet or Maris Piper work best.) cooking oil Paper towels salt Procedure 1. Peel potatoes 2. Slice potatoes into thin straw-like pieces. 3. Wash well with water to remove excess starch. 4. [&hellip

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Preserved Camias

Averrhoa bilimbi (commonly known as camias) is a fruit-bearing tree found throughout the Philippines. Its fruit is ellipsoidal, elongated, measuring about 4 – 10 cm and sometimes faintly 5-angled. The skin, smooth to slightly bumpy, thin and waxy turning from light green to yellowish-green when ripe. The flesh is crisp and the juice is sour and [&hellip

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How to Plan a Menu for Catering Business

The menu is the most important foundation and attraction of a restaurant. It presents the different dishes served by an eatery, catering or food delivery establishment. The following are some practical guides in planning your menu for your catering business: 1. Know what specialty foods you can cook that your customers will like. For example, [&hellip

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How to Make Chayote Catsup

Chayote or sayote is an edible vine plant that bears a  green, pear-shaped fruit belonging to the gourd family, which includes melons and squash. It has lots of health benefits from vitamins A and C to dietary fiber and now, uric acid lowering effect to tested animals, according to researchers of Davao Medical School Foundation, [&hellip

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How to Make Pork Tocino

Pork tocino also called sweet cured pork is a yummy dish perfect for the whole family. It is made by marinating it with salt, sugar, and saltpeter. Pineapple juice can also be added for a slightly tart flavor. It’s easy to make and prepare that’s why pork tocino is also a popular breakfast viand or [&hellip

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How to Cook a Delicious Steak on a Pellet Smoker? 3 Tips

Nothing beats a nice juicy steak cooked on a modern pellet smoker that roasts the meat evenly and gives it that fantastic brown color that gets you salivating the moment you see it. Now imagine biting into that well-smoked piece of beef—mmh heaven on earth! It is quite apparent that whenever there is a family [&hellip

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