Food Archive

How To Make Tilapia Longganisa

Tilapia production is increasing annually. It is now one of the major species produced in aquaculture in the Philippines, as well as in Region 2. Currently, tilapia is usually consumed as fresh and only small amount of the total supply is processied into different products. Employing appropriate processing technology and developing value-added products from tilapia

How to Make Cassava Cheese Crackers

Ingredients: 2 & 1/2 cup Wheat flour 2 & 1/2 cup Cassava flour 1/2 cup Sugar 1 tbsp Margarine 1 tbsp Baking powder 1 & 1/2 cup Water Procedure: Sift together the measured flour and baking powder. Mix sugar, margarine and oil into the flour mixture. Add water and grated cheese gradually. Knead the dough

How to Make Seaweed Chips (Gracilaria)

Gracilaria seaweed, locally known as “Gulaman Dagat” grows abundantly in Lingayen Gulf. This seaweed is edible and eaten fresh in the form of salad by the elders. This seaweed is the source of agar. It is rich in carbohydrates and other nutrients such as crude protein, crude fat and ash. It can be made into

Making Calamansi Juice Concentrate

Ingredients: 1 kilo calamansi refined white sugar water Utensils: stainless steel strainer stainless steel bowls stainless steel knives plastic chopping board cheesecloth thermometer (dial type) stainless steel casserole measuring cups LPG with stove stainless steel ladle Packaging Materials: sterilized bottles/jars Procedure: Slice calamansi at its topmost part. Avoid injuring the seeds to prevent bitter taste

How to Make Bread and Donut Using Rice Flour

Rice consumption in most Asian countries is decreasing due to the people’s shift in preference towards simple western food, the increase in the number of working women who are unable to do home cooking, and the change in young people’s eating culture more inclined toward exotic restaurants and fast-food stores. Thus, it is necessary to

Wine Fermentation Kit for Wine-Making Business

Wine making is part of Philippine culture. In every region, different kinds of wine are available, representing the ethnic taste of Filipinos (e.g. “Basi”, “Bahalina”, “Tapuy”, and strawberry wine, among others. These alcoholic beverages are fermented in the traditional way, using earthenware jars or glass jars called “Damajuana”, or any appropriate container. The fermentation method