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1. Soft White Cheese or “Kesong Puti” Materials: Coagulant-rennet, either the commercial or the localy prepared rennet. fresh carabao’s milk table salt casseroles framed meshwire tin coagulum scooper – about 12.7 to 15.24 cm length and width should be 3/4 of the diameter of cheese moulds. Both end should have round corners and slightly bended [...]
Ice cream is a delicious frozen food that is a real treat when it’s homemade. Making ice cream at home can be a fun family project with a job for everyone. If you have a hand cranked or electric ice cream freezer, everyone can enjoy a tasty dessert right from the freezer.
For home consumption, it’s quite simple; just peel the potato and cut it into desired strips then deep-fry into hot oil. When the color turns golden brown drain fries or put on paper towels to remove excess oil.
What is Shawarma? Shawarma is thinly sliced cuts of meat, like chicken, beef, goat, lamb, and sometimes turkey, rolled into a large piece of flatbread or pita that has been steamed or heated. Inside the pita, foods like hummus, tahini, pickles, vegetables, and even french fries are added. Think of shawarma as a taco or burrito [...]
Rice can be processed into various forms of pre-mixture to make breads and cookies. The tastes and functions of rice products can be enhanced by adding natural coloring materials. To promote rice consumption, various breads and donuts were made using a mixture of wheat and rice flour. By measuring the level of acceptance in terms [...]
Ingredients: 1 kg Tilapia meat 1 bulb garlic, chopped 1/4 kg Carrots, chopped 2 packs bread crumbs 1/4 kg Onion 1 tsp. Black pepper 5 pcs Red bell pepper, chopped 2 pcs Fresh eggs 1/4 kg Potatoes, chopped 3 pcs Hard-boiled eggs 4 tbsp White sugar 1 box Cheese 1 tsp Vetsin 1 box Raisin [...]
Raw Materials and Ingredients: 3/4 kilo tilapia meat 1 pc Egg, well beaten 1/2 cup chopped singkamas 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped celery 1/2 cup chopped carrots 1/2 cup flour 1-1/2 tsp Nguyong powder 1/2 tsp Pepper 1-1/2 tsp Salt Taupee wrapper
Organic Farming is a technique used in farming without the use of any chemicals or synthetics. Aim of organic farming is to produce crops which have the highest nutritional values with least impact on nature. Crop rotation, green manure, use of natural fertilizers and biological pest control form the crux of organic farming. It is [...]
PUTO Recipe These all time favorite Filipino delicacies can be eaten as snacks or as a breakfast, both paired with a cup of hot chocolate or coffee. Making and selling puto and kutsinta are hit business opportunities because: they are ridiculously easy to make they require very little capital you can mark them up to [...]
Puto Seko Recipe #1 Ingredients: 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup white sugar 3 eggs 4 cups cornstarch 1 tsp. cream of tartar 1 tsp. baking powder« Previous Entries