Category: Food Business Ideas

22
Jan
2020

How to Make Tamales

How to prepare tamales. Tamales is one of traditional specialties served during parties. This was introduced into the Philippines by the Spaniards and became a special delicacy. Tamales Materials: For 6-8 pieces tamales, 3½ cups powdered rice tbsps. atsuete seeds 6 cups coconut milk 12 pcs. banana leaves or aluminum...

22
Jan
2020

Weaning Food Blends (Food Business)

A weaning food is any semi-solid soft food given to an infant as a transition from milk to the household diet. This is usually given from the age of four or six months to accustom the baby to the taste and texture of other foods. Image: fnri These weaning food...

19
Jan
2020

How to Make Siomai

How to make siomai. Learn How to make siomai easily with this guide. Siomai is a tasty chinese dumpling that is best served with siomai chili sauce. Siomai Recipe Guide (Food Business)

17
Jan
2020

Cashew Recipes for Business

Cashew (Anacardium Occidentale) is widely grown in the tropics because of its cashew nuts and apples. The cashew apple can be eaten raw or used in the production of jam, chutney, pickles or various beverages like juice and wine. It contains potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, copper and vitamins. Whether roasted,...

16
Jan
2020

How to Make Sausage Casings

The usual materials for sausage casing is the intestine of the slaughtered hog, sheep or cow. The intestine are lined up with five layers from within, such as: 1. Mucosa or lining of mucosa or saliva composed of cells that aid in digestion, absorption and circulation of substances to the...

15
Jan
2020

Cooling Lemonade Recipes

Can you make very good lemonade or other goodies related to lemon? Do you have a good Lemonade recipe? After eating or munching on something, everyone can be refreshed by drinking lemonade. Little things we can do for our friends are to share the Lemonade recipes and make the families...

09
Jan
2020

How to Make Cough Candy Using Local Plant Extracts

Researchers of ITDI have formulated a cough candy using oils of ginger (Zinigiber officinale Rosc.) and “kalamansi” (Citrus microcarpa Bunge) and extracts from tamarind (Tamarindus indica Linn.) and “kalamansi”. The use of local plant products to substitute for the imported raw materials/ingredients in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals may help contribute...

03
Jan
2020

How to Make Tofu and Soy Milk

In China and Japan fresh soy milk is made daily using a simple, centuries-old process of grinding soaked soybeans and pressing the soy milk out of the beans. There, soy milk is sold by street vendors or in cafes. Soy milk is served hot or cold and is often flavored...